Health Opportunities in Energy Audits and Upgrades workshop

Claudette Reichel  |  7/23/2014 10:43:21 PM

The "one-touch" approach.
Energy and health -- together at last.

Learn about strategies for combining healthy homes and energy efficiency work for more of a “one-touch” home improvement approach. This approach is more convenient for the owner or tenant, is a more efficient use of staff time and funds, and is a way to be sure that one repair does not leave behind a bigger problem unbeknownst to a contractor only trained in energy efficiency.

This 7-hour workshop provides an opportunity for energy efficiency staff to learn about healthy homes and understand that energy efficiency is only one part of a safe and healthy home. Participants become aware of a wider array of housing problems they will encounter and may be able to address once they are working in a home.

The training can also provide an opportunity for contractors and staff from healthy homes and weatherization programs to meet and discuss common issues, including eligibility requirements, audit or assessment parameters, the types of services each program provides to their clients and opportunities for referrals.

Dates, Time and Location:
September 17, 2014
Registration from 8:00-8:30 a.m. Workshop is 8:30-4:30 with a 1-hour lunch break (on your own).
New Orleans Mosquito, Termite and Rodent Control Board meeting room
2100 Leon C. Simon, New Orleans, LA 70122  (Facility phone 504-658-2400)

Who should attend:
Weatherization providers, energy efficiency/home performance contractors and workers, residential contractors and remodelers, construction supervisors, HVAC contractors, home inspectors, energy raters and consultants, health inspectors and consultants, residential material suppliers; residential construction students and faculty.

Continuing Education Credits:
This course is pre-approved for 7 continuing education hours for Louisiana residential contractors (request LSLBC form) and for BPI Certified Professionals (sign BPI form). A personalized LaHouse Resource Center certificate of completion will be issued to all attendees who complete the workshop which may be submitted to other CEU authorizing agencies.

Instructor:
Bill Robinson
, LSU AgCenter Building Science Educator

Cost:
Limited time discounted fee for September 2014 class: $40 (for all)
Regular fee after Sept. 2014: $100 registration fee* (lunch on your own)
*20% discount of regular fee for LHBA and La. Realtor members, LaHouse Gold + Key Contributors, government employees, non-profit organization employees, faculty and students.
Select Registration Type for appropriate registration fee.

Class size is limited.
Payment must be received to reserve your seat.

For more information and to register, visit
www.regonline.com/HOE-NOLA

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