For Immediate Release
New Snell Group Courses BPI Recognized for CEU Credits
Barre, VT, May 14, 2013: The Snell Group is pleased to announce that Level I - Thermographic Applications, Infrared for Weatherization and Energy Audits, and Infrared for Weatherization and Energy Audits - Online have been BPI recognized for CEU credits.
16 CECs – Level I - Thermographic Applications: Learn the principles of how to Think Thermally®, basic heat transfer theory, electrical applications, mechanical equipment, building systems, roof inspections, use of thermal imaging equipment and proper image acquisition. Includes the Snell Certification Standard.
Infrared for Weatherization and Energy Audits: This two-day course is designed for energy auditors and weatherization contractors who use, or are considering adding, thermal imaging to inspect residential homes.
Infrared for Weatherization and Energy Audits - Online: This new course is designed for home performance professionals, weatherization crew members and building inspectors This course meets the needs of any building thermographer that is using infrared to inspect residential buildings for insulation defects, air leakage problems and moisture related issues.
Along with the aforementioned courses, Building Applications is also recognized by BPI for CEUs. For a full list of associations and courses approved for CEUs, please click here.
Please visit our website for a detailed list of courses and registration information. Those interested in more information may also call. Each course can also be tailored and taught on-site at a facility.
Founded in 1986, The Snell Group offers training, certification, inspection, and consulting services for IR and MCA professionals and their programs world-wide. Throughout the company’s history, The Snell Group has helped thousands of companies, both large and small, to reduce risk, increase uptime, save money, conserve energy, and improve safety. Their client list is diverse and includes companies such as DuPont, American Electric Power, Southface, and NASA.