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Upcoming EEBA Educational Courses

Looking to refresh your knowledge and grab some CEUs? Attend an upcoming EEBA educational course and receive both!

Upcoming EEBA Educational Courses

Mike Barcik, Senior Engineer at Southface Institute, will be leading The HERS Associate & Taking the Performance Path: An Introduction to the HERS Index & IECC Compliance in Orlando, FL on May 14, 2019.

The HERS Associate & Taking the Performance Path: An Introduction to the HERS Index & IECC Compliance course is a one-day event that reviews the HERS Index, RESNET, and Building Science principles as they relate to the Performance Path option in the IECC.

Participants will learn about the strategies and tools used by HERS Raters to perform analysis of a house to produce a HERS Index Score. The last part of the session will be spent reviewing energy rating software that is most often used by HERS professionals, and manipulating various construction assemblies to see the effect of HERS Index scores.

CEUs are available for AIA/CES (HSW), BPI, ICC, NAHB, NARI and NATE. The course will be held at Trane North Florida DSO, 3401 WD Judge Road, Suite 110, Orlando FL 32808 from 8:30am to 4pm (check-in begins at 8am).

In addition to The HERS Associate class, the ever-popular course, Houses That Work, will be offered in Davidson, NC on June 4. And for those of you who have been patiently waiting for the High Performance Mechanicals class, you can attend that on June 13 in Carrollton, TX.

On June 5, we will be rolling out a brand new course, The EEBA Path to Zero Energy Homes in Denver. Participants in this class will learn design principles, equipment options, emerging technologies, materials selections, and construction practices that can be integrated into their building process. Strong emphasis is placed on ways to make the final product affordable for homebuyers.

We’ll also be announcing more courses in 2019, including our brand new Zero Energy course, so keep an eye out for announcements on our website or in our newsletter.

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