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30 Jan. - 8 Feb.
15 - 24 May
No more classes scheduled for 2013
Look for the launch of our new HERS rater class at the end of this year.
Goals and Objectives for Class and Students
All students complete t
he entire course, turn in all assignments, and participate fully in all activities.
Keep the stress level of the class low through activities, involvement, and a fun learning environment.
80% or more of the students pass the national rater test on their first attempt. 100% pass before the training is finished.
Student participation generates excitement for learning, new ideas for the course, and lots of peer learning.
Each student will be able to produce a home energy rating for both a new home from plans and an existing home without plans, as demonstrated on the two ratings they submit for grading.
Each student will understand the house as a system and know how to analyze a house for problems with comfort, durability, health & safety,and energy efficiency, as demonstrated in class activities and the national rater test.
Each student will understand and appreciate the HERS industry, the process of certification and quality assurance, and the roles and responsibilities of home energy raters.
Students will leave the class knowing their classmates and having developed a network they can draw on for support after the class is overand they return home.
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