Everblue's specialized BPI Certification training courses are ideal for energy retrofit contractors and home performance professionals. Whether you are just starting out or have 30 years of experience, these courses will help you master the essentials of residential and multi-family energy efficiency. Everblue's BPI Building Analyst Training should be completed before attempting a specialty.
Choose from the Following Courses:
BPI Envelope Professional
This advanced course takes a deeper dive into understanding a home's thermal and pressure boundaries. This specialty counts toward BPI Accreditation.
BPI Multifamily Building Analyst Professional
This 16-hour course provides the fundamentals of building science and teaches students to apply those concepts to multi-family residential housing.
BPI Insulation & Air Sealing Technician
This 24-hour course provides the skills and techniques necessary to properly air seal and insulate a home. Students will learn the right way to caulk and flash a home.
BPI Heating Professional
This 40-hour course covers heating system science, load & system sizing, ventilation system design & installation, and system diagnostics for heating systems.
BPI Air Conditioning & Heat Pump Professional
This 40-hour course ensures technicians have the skill and knowledge required to achieve peak energy performance for AC/heat pump systems.
If you are not already a BPI Building Analyst, we strongly recommend that you complete the BPI Building Analyst Training, before attempting a specialty.
Your company may qualify to be a BPI Accredited Home Performance Contractor if you employ a minimum of one full-time Building Analyst and one full-time specialty designation such as BPI Envelope or the credentials listed above. These designations can be held by the same individual. Though there may be additional requirements listed at BPI.org, Everblue can help your company meet the requirement by training you or your employees to be Building Analysts AND a specialty designation. With BPI Accreditation, you can qualify for government contracts, utility programs, and more.