Become a Certified Passive House Tradesperson (CPHT), and learn international best practices for moisture control, air sealing, thermal bridging, healthy indoor air, durability, resiliency, and affordability of high-performance buildings.
The 3-day training, being held at Laney College in Oakland, CA, takes place Nov 8-9, and 15. The optional certification examination is the morning of November 16. Early bird registration is $1295 per person until midnight September 30, then $1395.
The CPHT coursework, based on curriculum developed by the Passive House Institute, is offered in collaboration with Emu Systems and Home Energy Services, with sponsorship by the North American Passive House Network. It’s suitable for all building professionals: architects, MEP and structural engineers, builders and construction managers.
The instructor is Steve Mann of Home Energy Services. He is a California HERS Rater and Certified Energy Analyst (CEA), LEED AP+ Homes and Green Rater, and a certified Passive House Designer, Builder, Tradesperson, Trainer, and building Certifier with the CertiPHIers Cooperative.