(65 CEUs) In the Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) the job requirements for energy auditors and quality control inspectors (QCI)  overlap. You need most this course’s information to become an energy auditor, building analyst, or energy rater. If you want to become a quality control inspector, you need quite a bit of energy-auditing experience. The main part of this energy auditing course presents the information you need to pass your third-party energy-auditor certification exam. This energy auditor course also contains content necessary for the quality control inspector certification.

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Course Content

Building Science Basics
Building Evaluation Skills
Air Leakage Diagnostic
Heating and Cooling Systems
Building Enclosure
Durable Healthy Homes
Water Heating and Baseload