Hybrid HERS Rater Training September 2017 (NH)

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Hybrid HERS Rater Training September 2017 (NH)

Time: September 11, 2017 at 9am to October 6, 2017 at 5pm
Location: Online/ Classroom in Manchester, NH
Website or Map: http://www.nehers.org/event?E…
Phone: 978-633-3013
Event Type: hers, rater, training
Organized By: Betsy Ames
Latest Activity: Aug 23, 2017

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EXTENDED DEADLINE: Register by August 29th!

This training has been approved by the MA Workforce Training Fund and grants are available for employee training. Please visit our website for more information about how to apply. 

Full Training Cost of $2495 Includes the Combined Online and Classroom Components and $600 in RESNET Test Fees:

-All four RESNET Exam Fees, including the new Practical Simulation Exam (a $600 value.)

-A new module to prepare for the Practical Simulation Exam

-The newly updated Northeast HERS Training and Reference Manual ($100 value)

-A one-year Associate Membership in the Alliance ($50 value)

ONLINE COMPONENT:

September 11-22 Weekdays 9am-12pm/ twice 1-4pm

  • 36 hours webinar instruction from the comfort of your home or office
  • Both live and recorded presentation options
  • Assignments and quizzes to make sure you master the material

The Alliance is now offering an online only option as a stand-alone component for anyone who wants to know about ratings but does not want to become a rater. The online component costs $650, includes information about building science, energy modeling, and performance testing, and has been pre-approved for 36 BPI CEUs. This offer also includes an NEHERS manual ($100 value) and a 1-year associate membership to the Alliance ($50 value) but does not include simulation software or RESNET testing. Must be combined with the classroom component for Rater Certification.

5-DAY CLASSROOM/FIELD COMPONENT:

October 2-6, Manchester, NH

  • Hands-on equipment usage with blower door and duct blaster
  • 2 of the 5 supervised ratings required by RESNET
  • Exam preparation, proctoring, and fees for all four RESNET Exams

***Both online and classroom components are required for rater certification***

Final registration deadline is August 29, 2017.

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