BPI Healthy Home Evaluator Pilot Closes Sept. 9

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Thu, 2017-03-30 13:19

The Building Performance Institute, Inc. (BPI) will complete the Healthy Home Evaluator (HHE) pilot on Friday, September 9, 2016 at midnight EST.

BPI Building Analysts (BA), Energy Auditors (EA) and Quality Control Inspectors (QCI) in good standing are eligible to sit for the HHE pilot exam.

For more information about BPI Certification, visit our BPI Energy Auditor overview series.

BPI logoWhat is the BPI HHE Certification?

BPI and the Green & Healthy Homes Initiative developed the HHE credential to verify the competencies required to conduct in-depth healthy home environmental risk assessments. The HHE assesses environmental, health and safety hazards in the home and provides a prioritized list of recommendations to address those hazards.

Why should someone pursue the BPI HHE Exam?

The HHE credential is a critical building block and a core principal of building science based work for home performance contractors and Weatherization Assistance Programs (WAP) participating in the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Weatherization Plus Health initiative. The HHE credential establishes a higher level of health and safety knowledge for BA, EA and QCI certified individuals.

What do candidates need to do to prepare for the exam?

The exam consists of 50 questions.

To view the HHE Pilot Certification Scheme Handbook, which lists the knowledge to be tested and includes valuable references and resources, please go to www.bpi.org/hhe.

How You Can Take the BPI HHE Exam

BPI Building Analysts, Energy Auditors, and Quality Control Inspectors should call us at 800-460-2575 to set up their pilot exam.

Test scores for the HHE will be issued as soon as a pass score has been set, likely in late September 2016.

BPI will roll out the HHE credential in October 2016.



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