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Latest trainings: Multifamily buildings & GreenPoint Rated New Home 

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July | 2013


GreenPoint Rated Training Series

Homebuyers are increasingly looking for green certified homes, which means new home builders are looking for more raters who can provide green home certifications.

Now is the time to become certified as a GreenPoint Rater. The GreenPoint Rated label is the mark of quality for green
home construction. It is a recognizable, independent seal of approval that verifies a home has been built or remodeled according to proven green standards.
As a GreenPoint Rater, you can give
green home builders the quality assurance they are looking for. More Info

Learn the basics of green building or become certified as a GreenPoint Rater with our upcoming trainings.


GreenPoint Rated New Home (GPR NH)
Jul 31 | Irvine | More Info

This 1-day course covers the policies, processes and program requirements unique to the New Home rating system. It addresses current trends in new construction and illustrates the role of the Rater and Advisor in the green building process. Read full course description.

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Prerequisites: GPR Core



Multifamily Program Trainings

Want to save money on utility bills with energy upgrades to your multifamily building? The Energy Upgrade in California Multifamily Program in Los Angeles County is now accepting applications from property owners. Register now for upcoming events and trainings.

California Multifamily Existing Building
Program Training (CAMFEB)

Sep 16-21 | Long Beach | More Info

The CAMFEB training will help you meet the necessary eligibility requirements for the Multifamily Program. Get the basic tools and knowledge to become the verification agent for many of the state programs addressing existing multifamily buildings. You will learn how to work with clients to provide an audit and verify energy, water, and resource conservation, indoor air quality, and basic health and safety measures.

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