PHIUS Certified Passive House Consultant Training

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PHIUS Certified Passive House Consultant Training

Time: October 7, 2014 at 3pm to October 30, 2014 at 6pm
Location: Phase I: online; Phase II: San Francisco (PG&E Center), Chicago, and Philadelphia
Website or Map: http://www.passivehouse.us/pa…
Phone: 312 561 4588
Event Type: training
Organized By: Michael Knezovich
Latest Activity: Sep 25, 2014

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Learn to design and build passive buildings and earn the industry-leading passive house professional certification. 

Learn passive house principles, mechanical systems, energy modeling and design strategies in multifamily, single-family, commercial and retrofit scenarios. 

Program is offered in two phases:

  1. Phase I is virtual, comprising eight three-hour online sessions delivered live. Students who are unable to make a live session can watch recordings as is convenient.
  2. Phase II is a five-day in-class program that includes comprehensive instruction in passive energy modeling using WUFI Passive, the most advance passive modeling tool on the market. The optional certification exam is given on the afternoon of the last day.

This year's in-class programs will be offered in San Francisco, Chicago, and Philadelphia. 

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