Becoming a BPI Energy Auditor (Visual)

Created:
Tue, 2015-09-01 11:12

Last Updated: 2017-04-10 02:18

When participants enroll in a BPI training course, they make a commitment to helping their residential customers lower their energy usage (and their energy-related bills!). Similarly, these home energy auditing professionals also identify opportunities in a home that provide greater safety, durability, and enhanced indoor air quality for home occupants. This noble occupation provides an incredible service to homeowners who may be unaware of how their home impacts their health and safety.

Generally, the types of people who pursue BPI Certification include:

  • Home Inspectors
  • General Contractors
  • HVAC Technicians
  • Insulation Professionals

These individuals are certainly comfortable working in a home and know their way around certain products. What we aim to do in our BPI training courses is take this knowledge a step further - while these individuals may specialize in one particular area in the home, BPI Certification requires a comprehensive understanding of the whole home and the systems therein. A BPI-certified energy auditor must be able to analyze how the various systems in the home interact and affect one another. These interactions directly relate to high energy bills and/or internal safety issues.

Without further ado, let's take a look at exactly how these home energy professionals can work toward a BPI Certification with Everblue training.

Becoming an Energy Auditor with BPI Certification

Our BPI training courses take participants in and out of real homes to understand the building science, construction principles, and HVAC considerations necessary to identify energy-saving opportunities in a home. BPI Certification is a great way to expand your technical skill set and gain new business.

If you're feeling confident in your decision to pursue a BPI Certification, please get started now with Everblue's BPI Certification Training.