May 20 – 21: BPI Analyst (and Envelope) Training & Exam – Laurel, MD

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May 20 – 21: BPI Analyst (and Envelope) Training & Exam – Laurel, MD

Time: April 29, 2019 to May 22, 2019
Location: Laurel, MD
Event Type: upcoming, bpi, analyst, (and, envelope), training
Organized By: Kelly Caplenas
Latest Activity: Apr 29

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BPI Building Analyst (and Envelope) Training & Certification

on May 20-21 in Laurel, MD

We wanted to make sure that you are aware of this opportunity!

Join us and learn everything you need to perform a comprehensive building analysis and provide work scope recommendations to save energy, improve comfort and increase a home's safety and durability. Your BPI Building Analyst credentials also qualify your clients for a variety of incentive programs.

Course Package Includes:

  • 24 Hour Online Multimedia Course
  • Practice Questions After Each Session
  • Practice Final Exam (150 Questions)
  • Practice Final Exam (150 Questions)
  • BPI Technical Standards & Formula Reference Sheet
  • Phone & Email Support
  • Our 300% Iron-Clad Success and Satisfaction Guarantee
  • NEW BPI Field Exam Prep Video (More)
  • Hands-On Field Training with Onsite Instructor Near You
  • BPI Analyst Written Exam
  • BPI Analyst Field Exam

The class is filling up - only a few slots left.

You will receive immediate access to the online portion of the course upon signing up. In the class, you will receive a course overview and hands-on field training and testing which will be held in Laurel, MD.

The course is $1,795 and it includes everything. This is a pretty awesome deal.  To sign up for this class, please Click Here and make sure you scroll down to the MD course or reply to this email with your contact information and someone will call you right away, or call 800-518-1877 to register.

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