- Energy Code Assistance
- Indoor Air Quality
- Energy Efficiency
- HVAC Design & Testing
- Building Science Training
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Our goal is to provide Chicago-area professionals with the most current building performance advancements and IECC code requirements through a variety of classes and events taught by industry experts. Priority Energy’s continuing education classes will help certified individuals keep up with industry changes and earn credits which will allow them to bypass most written exams when renewing their certification(s).
BPI Continuing Education
BPI certifications must be renewed every three years. By obtaining 30 CEUs in one 3 year cycle, individuals will be able to bypass the written renewal exam. No BPI CEUs? Expired BPI certification? The written and field exams can be re-taken at any time by scheduling an appointment.
This CEU policy applies to the following certifications:
- Building Analyst Professional
- Envelope Professional
- Heating Professional
- Air Conditioning & Heat Pump Professional
- Manufactured Housing Professional
- Multifamily Building Analyst
- Multifamily Building Operator
RESNET Continuing Education (CEUs) & Certification Renewal
RESNET certifications must be renewed every 3 years. By earning 18 CEUs, individuals can renew without retaking the Rater exam. Has your RESNET certification expired? You can get reinstated by re-taking the exams without having to retake training.
Professionals can renew by:
- Earning 18 continuing education credits in their 3 year cycle,
- Passing the Rater Test every three years, or
- Documenting 18 hours of attendance at a RESNET Conference during the (3) years cycle.
Contact us or call 800-737-2299 to learn more about continuing education opportunities.
Priority Energy was recently rated the No. 1 Aeroseal dealer in Chicagoland; proudly serving builders, HVAC companies, home owners, and commercial property owners since 2010.
The Newman Restoration Group just completed a workshop with Mr. Schildgen on insulation. weatherization and indoor air quality. The one-day curriculum led students through building science principles and a hands-on practice with props.