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Learn Residential Energy Efficiency- IREC Training

Crew Leader (CL) Course

This course is based on a National Renewable Energy Laboratory/U.S. Department of Energy Job Task Analysis (JTA) of the same name. The one-week Crew Leader course is designed to ensure quality through supervision of the installation and performance of weatherization measures defined in each project’s work scope developed during the auditing/estimating process.

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Learn Residential Energy Efficiency- IREC accredited training provider

Energy Auditor (EA) Course

This two-week course teaches students to evaluate the energy efficiency, health, and safety of a home and to use diagnostic equipment to identify areas for energy savings.

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Learn Residential Energy Efficiency- IREC multiple trade training

Quality Control Inspector (QCI) Course

In this three-day course, students will learn to assess the work performed against the work plan, understand specifications and standards, perform building and safety diagnostics, record and report findings and concerns, specify corrective actions, communicate effectively with the client, and determine the final pass/fail of the work performed.

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Retrofit Installer Technician (RIT) Course

This one-week course covers residential envelope air sealing, HVAC duct sealing, insulation, windows and doors, mechanical ventilation and roofing upgrades in single-family homes and small multi-family housing.

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Learn Residential Energy Efficiency- Classroom Setting

NEAT/MHEA Audit Software

In this four-day course, students learn to use Windows-based National Energy Audit Tool (NEAT) and Manufactured Home Energy Audit (MHEA) software.

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Learn Residential Energy Efficiency- House of Pressure Photos

ASHRAE 62.2 Ventilation Standards

This one-day course introduces students to ventilation using a house-as-a-system approach. Students will gain a basic understanding of building science in addition to ventilation.

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Learn Residential Energy Efficiency- Combustion Appliance Zone Safety

Combustion Appliance Zone Safety (CAZ)

The one-day CAZ training teaches students to diagnose health and safety issues where combustion appliances are in use.

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Leakage, Envelope & Ducts (LED)

This one-day course teaches the fundamentals of air movement in residential structures and explores how ventilation relates to overall air leakage.

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Learn Residential Energy Efficiency- Zonal Pressure Diagnostics Course

Zonal Pressure Diagnostics

This one-day course teaches students techniques to identify envelope pressure boundaries.

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Learn Residential Energy Efficiency- Dwelling Needs Evaluator

Dwelling Needs Evaluator

This four-week course prepares students to perform pre- and post-inspection services within Kentucky's DOE-funded Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP).

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Learn Residential Energy Efficiency- Building Analyst Course

Building Analyst

This course aligns with the Building Performance Institute (BPI) Building Analyst Professional standards for residential energy auditing. This one week course introduces students to various components of building science, including combustion safety, blower door testing, energy analysis, home performance assessment and effective communication with clients.

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Learn Residential Energy Efficiency- Introduction to Weatherization course

Introduction to Weatherization

This is an online course designed for incoming employees of the Weatherization Industry to provide introductory knowledge about mold, moisture, asbestos, and the Kentucky Weatherization Field Guide.

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