Building Science for Energy Auditors
This class is the first part of the energy auditor program. You will need to also complete the Building Diagnostic Approaches class in order to prepare for industry tests from BPI or RESNET. This classroom part of the energy auditor program will cover topics necessary for working in the industry and performing full-scale energy audits. Topics covered include: energy movement, measure selection, comfort and climate, indoor air quality, calculating envelope energy loss, typical retrofit strategies, cooling measures, base load measures, building assessment, combustion safety, work orders and deferral services.
Instructor: Rick Statzer • Non Credit • Wednesday - Saturday, January 16-19, 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM • Course Fee: $325 - Includes Materials • Location TBA • 
Diagnostic Approaches for Energy Audits
This class is the second part of the energy auditor program. Although typically taken immediately following the classroom part, some students will take this class as a refresher in diagnostic procedures and equipment used in performing energy audits. This class will be conducted in a lab and/or field environment. Students will work with all equipment necessary to conduct full-scale energy audits. Diagnostic procedures will be covered to prepare students to take BPI or HERS field tests. Equipment covered includes: blower doors, duct testers, manometers, thermal cameras, combustion analysis equipment and other diagnostic tools.
Instructor: Rick Statzer • Non Credit • Thursdays and Friday, January 31, February 1 and 7, 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM • Course Fee: $275 - Includes Materials • Location OTC 1102 • 
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