Weekly Feature



2011-02-16 / Business

Energy Efficiency Training Center schedules classes

The Energy Efficiency Training Center, at 34 Peuquet Parkway in Tonawanda, is currently accepting applications for those interested in participating in the training courses that will be offered in February, March and April.

The Level III Insulation and Air Sealing course will be held on Wednesday and Thursday, Feb. 23-24.

March courses include the Insulation/ Air Sealing Level I class. It will be held on Monday and Tuesday, March 14-15.

Also offered will be the Insulation/ Air Sealing Level II class. It will be held on Wednesday and Thursday, March 16-17.

The Level III Insulation and Air Sealing course will be held on Wednesday and Thursday, March 23-24.

April courses include the Insulation/ Air Sealing Level I class. It will be held on Monday and Tuesday, April 18-19.

Also offered will be the Insulation/ Air Sealing Level II class. It will be held on Wednesday and Thursday, April 20-21.

The Level III Insulation and Air Sealing course will be held on Wednesday and Thursday, April 27-28.

Registration can be made for any of these courses by calling the center at 692-3676, or by going online to www.energyefficiencytrainingcenter.com/registration. html.

All of the training courses for weatherization offered by the Energy Efficiency Training Center have received the “Recognized Training” designation from the Building Performance Institute. All are recognized for Continuing Education units. All courses taught at the Energy Efficiency Training Center meet the professional standards of the BPI. More information on BPI can be found at: www.bpi.org.

In addition, the Energy Efficiency

Training Center has earned “affiliate” status with the Building Performance Institute.

For more details on any of the courses, check out www.energyefficiencytrainingcenter.com, or call 692-3676.

During the start-to-finish, two-day, hands-on training sessions, students will learn how to install attic, wall and floor insulation; implement air sealing procedures; seal ductwork; install vapor barriers; and fulfill additional energy audit requirements.

All courses at the 2,400-square-foot state-of-the-art training facility feature open enrollment. That means there are no pre-entry requirements to be met. The training is available to any adult 18 and older who is interested in delivering residential energy efficiency services as a career.

More information is available at www.energyefficiencytrainingcenter.com; by e-mail at training@energyefficiencytrainingcenter.com; or by phone at 692-3676.

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