Not BPI Certified & looking for a RESNET CAZ training in the Pacific NW?  I've only found 1 and it's full.  Anybody know of any in Washington or Oregon?

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Hey Kent, unfortunately we do have RESNET CAZ training available in Washington or Oregon. However, if you're looking to meet this requirement before the end of the year, we do have several RESNET CAZ training courses around the country still available. Locations include St. Louis, Raleigh, DC/Baltimore, and Charlotte. You can see the full listing here: http://www.everbluetraining.com/resnet-caz-and-workscope-blended-we.... The training consists of a short online webinar, live field training, combustion safety written exam, and ResCaz simulation exam. Give us a call at 800-460-2575 if you have any questions or if you have a group of coworkers looking for this training.

We've learned that RESNET has asked all of its rating providers to suspend their Raters as of January 20 if they have not completed the RESNET CAZ & Workshop training and testing. As such, we have added additional training locations and dates for the RESNET CAZ. We now have classes in Las Vegas, Seattle, Dallas, and Phoenix. Raters not in compliance by April 30 will be officially terminated by RESNET and asked to start over from scratch to earn their HERS certification again. 

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