MA Crew Chief/BPI Building Analyst Training

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MA Crew Chief/BPI Building Analyst Training

Time: September 12, 2016 at 9am to September 16, 2016 at 4:30pm
Location: Bristol Community College at Commonwealth Landing
Street: 1082 Davol Street
City/Town: Fall River, MA 02720
Website or Map: http://www.bristol.mass.edu/w…
Phone: 774-357-3644
Event Type: certification, class
Organized By: Paul Raymer
Latest Activity: Aug 27, 2016

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Bristol Community College has created a hands-on training cabin in their laboratory.  This class provides the training necessary to become certified as a MA Certified Crew Chief and challenge the BPI Building Analyst Certification exams.  The Crew Chief component is covered in the first 3 days.  BA candidates needs to stay for the full 5 day class.  The class is taught by Paul Raymer, an IREC Certified Master Trainer with 40 years of experience in Building Science.

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