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Welcome to HERS Advanced Rater Training

Onsite classes have been temporarily discontinued until further notice.

SoCalGas BuildingNew streaming online classes are available.

NATE credits are available for all applicable  courses. Digital manuals are available for download. Must enroll with class link and attend full class to qualify for certificate of completion.

Date Registration Link

September 22, 2020

HVAC System Airflow

September 23, 2020

Hands-on Refrigerant

October 12, 2020

Manual J

October 12, 2020

Manual S

October 13, 2020

Manual D

October 14, 2020

Building Energy Science Air Sealing & Advanced Housing

November 17, 2020

EPA 608 Certification Preparation

November 18, 2020

HVAC System Airflow

November 19, 2020

Building Energy Science Air Sealing & Advanced Housing

December 1, 2020

HVAC System Airflow Analysis & Static Pressure Diagnostics

Please contact us for more information.

The HERS Advanced Rater Training Program is your source for advanced HERS concepts, current building science, and industry updates essential to your success. The home energy rating industry in Southern California offers significant opportunities for informed, educated HERS Raters. This training program is open to currently certified HERS Raters, Building Analyst, Building Envelope, Building Inspectors and Building Performance Contractors in Southern California. The curriculum will address technical and administrative elements of Home Energy Ratings, and will cover both current issues and upcoming changes.

CLEAResult is partnered with the Wollin Group and Building Media, Inc. to provide low or no-cost training to building professionals including certified raters.

These quality technical sessions provide strong, hands-on training for HVAC technicians and other building professionals at no cost to attendees. Students will have the opportunity to learn HVAC quality installation and standards of typical mechanical ventilation and exhaust systems found in residential construction.

The new “Title 24, Part 6: Residential Overview” will cover upcoming new construction standards effective January 1, 2020. The 2019 Building Energy Efficiency Standards improve upon the 2016 Energy Standards for new construction of, and additions and alterations to, residential and nonresidential buildings.

Enrollment is limited so please sign-up early if you plan to attend. If you have questions regarding these classes, please contact:

Kathleen Armstrong, Associate Program Manager

Preview a Lesson

Watch a lesson from the online training curriculum.

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Resource Library

Resources for Raters, including Title 24 regulations and HERS program guidelines.