Residential Energy Auditor and Inspector Program - School of Trades and Technology
About the Program
As a residential energy auditor and inspector, you will gain the skills to diagnose not only energy issues in homes, but also health and safety issues that may affect the building and the occupants. The growing demand for energy efficiency, concerns about the environment and economic uncertainty have led to a booming energy efficiency job market.
This program includes training in the principles of energy, energy and the building shell, energy auditing, air leakage, insulation, windows and doors, heating and cooling systems, indoor air quality, lighting and appliances, and water heating. This curriculum aligns with the knowledge, skills and abilities required by the Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC).
By the end of this program you will be able to:
- Assess your own house
- Identify areas where there are issues that may affect health, safety or durability
- Apply practical skills and knowledge while working on residential and commercial construction projects
- Choose appropriate measures to address these issues
- Prioritize these measures for health and safety and cost effectiveness
For more information, please contact Amanda Evans, Director and Project Manager, 505-428-1805, firstname.lastname@example.org.