Hybrid RESNET HERS Rater Training (Classroom Component in NH)

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Hybrid RESNET HERS Rater Training (Classroom Component in NH)

Time: September 17, 2018 at 9am to October 5, 2018 at 5pm
Location: Online/ Classroom Component in Manchester, NH
Street: 55 West Brook Street
City/Town: Manchester, NH 03105
Website or Map: http://www.nehers.org/event?E…
Phone: 978-633-3013
Event Type: hers, rater, training
Organized By: Betsy Ames
Latest Activity: Jul 3

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EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: REGISTER BY AUGUST 20th AND GET $200 OFF!

The Alliance is pleased to offer high quality HERS rater training classes in the Northeast, approximately 2-3 times per year. Our hybrid HERS rater training classes include an online and a classroom training component. This comprehensive package has everything a student needs to be fully prepared to become a HERS rater. HERS Rater Training is the first step towards Rater Certification. To learn more about the requirements for certification click here. Both online and classroom components are required for Rater Certification. Final registration deadline is September 4th. 

Full Training Cost of $2595 Includes the Combined Online and Classroom Components, and $550 in RESNET Testing Fees:

  • All four RESNET Exam Fees- including the new Practical Simulation Exam ($550 total value)
  • A brand new module on preparing 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 Training Component includes:

On Demand Training Modules will go live in mid-September. 

Office Hour Dates: Weekdays September 17-28, 2018 (Times TBA)

  • 30 hours webinar instruction from the comfort of your own home or office*
  • Recorded presentation options and live office hours for questions
  • 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 only component costs $750 and includes information about building science, energy modeling, and performance testing. 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 Training Component includes: 

Dates:  October 1-5, 2018, 8:30am-5pm                                              
Location: Eversource, Manchester, NH

  • Hands-on equipment usage with blower door and duct blaster
  • Two of the five Probationary Ratings overseen by a RESNET certified Candidate Field Assessor required by RESNET
  • Preparation, proctoring and fees for all four RESNET Exams.

Purchase the John Krigger Residential Energy book for an additional $81.75 (including shipping) when you register. This is the most common reference book on building science used both to prepare for the class and as a reference for the open book exam.BPI CEUs can be obtained for the classroom section by submitting your certificate to BPI after the class.

***Both online and classroom components are required for Rater Certification***

FINAL REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS September 4, 2018

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