BPI Healthy Home Evaluator

Health Hazard & Risk Assessment Training

A BPI Healthy Home Evaluator conducts an in-depth home audit and environmental risk analysis. The BPI HHE assesses the risk of key home-based health hazards including asthma triggers from dust, moisture and mold, Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), lead-based paint, asbestos, radon, carbon monoxide leaks, as well as potential fire hazards, trip and fall hazards, and pest management issues.

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BPI Healthy Home Evaluator Course Details


Course Materials

Everblue's BPI Healthy Home Evaluator program includes training and exams.

  • Knowledge training
  • 50 practice questions
  • BPI Healthy Home Evaluator written exam
Course Formats & Fees

Live Classroom ($1299)

  • 3 days of in-person training
  • Course fee includes written certification exam
  • Training will take place at a classroom venue & a real house
  • Learn how to perform a healthy home assessment

Live Webinar Series ($899)

  • Attend eight 2-hour sessions (16 hours total)
  • Includes webinar recordings, 50 practice questions, and HHE Exam
  • Delivered in real time over the Internet with a live instructor
  • Convenient accessibility from home or work
  • Digest chunks of information over a period of time
Learning Objectives

This course is aligned with the technical standards that comprise the BPI Healthy Home Evaluator program. This course covers the following topics:

  • Healthy Housing
  • Lead
  • Moisture
  • Mold Remediation
  • Asthma Triggers
  • Indoor Environmental Retrofits
  • HUD Healthy Home issues
  • NCGG Housing Interventions and Health
How to Become a BPI Healthy Home Evaluator

Candidates must be an active BPI Building Analyst, HEP Energy Auditor, or HEP Quality Control Inspector.

A candidate must also pass the BPI Healthy Home Evaluator written exam with a score of at least 70.



When you’re ready to register, click the scheduling buttons above or call us at 800-460-2575.

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