NCCER Building Auditor Level 2 Trainee Guide
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Building Auditor Level Two is one of two tracks available as follow up to Weatherization Technician Level One.Building Auditor Level Two provides detailed information on how to locate air leaks and identify heat losses or gains through specific testing. Readers will learn how to inspect and evaluate building envelopes, mechanical systems, and ventilation systems to determine the safety and energy consumption for each system. This exceptionally produced trainee guide features a highly illustrated design, technical hints and tips from industry experts, review questions and a whole lot more! Key content includes: Trade Mathematics, Introduction to Cooling, Introduction to Heating, Chimneys, Vents, and Flues, Introduction to Hydronic Systems, Heating and Cooling System Design, Energy Conservation Equipment, Indoor Air Quality, Alternative Heating and Cooling Systems, and Performing a Building Audit.
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
(Total Level Hours: 172.5)
03102-07 Trade Mathematics (10 Hours; from HVAC Level One)
03107-07 Introduction to Cooling (30 Hours; from HVAC Level One)
03108-07 Introduction to Heating (15 Hours; from HVAC Level One)
03202-07 Chimneys, Vents, and Flues (5 Hours; from HVAC Level Two)
03203-07 Introduction to Hydronic Systems (10 Hours; from HVAC Level Two)
03407-09 Heating and Cooling System Design (25 Hours; from HVAC Level Four)
03404-09 Energy Conservation Equipment (10 Hours; from HVAC Level Four)
03403-09 Indoor Air Quality (15 Hours; from HVAC Level Four)
03409-09 Alternative Heating and Cooling Systems (10 Hours; from HVAC Level Four)
59202-10 Performing a Building Audit (42.5 hours)
Provides instruction on how to interview homeowners and educate them about saving energy in their homes. Explains how to inspect and evaluate the building envelope and HVAC systems. Describes how to perform the following tests: blower door, pressure pan, burner efficiency, carbon monoxide, draft, and spillage. Also explains lead-safe work practices, baseload
energy use, and the purpose of various forms and reports a building auditor is responsible for completing.
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