RESNET® Rating Field Inspector Training
The Rating Field Inspector is the entry level of rater certification. A Field Inspector under the direct supervision of a certified home energy rater may conduct the inspections and necessary basic performance tests (blower door & duct blaster) to produce a home energy rating.
The EnergyLogic Academy offers two options for Rating Field Inspector training. Option 1 is for candidates that only want the classroom knowledge and don’t require field training. Option 2 includes both the online and field training components of the program.
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Location: Online + Field
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This training is geared towards those seeking RESNET Rating Field Inspector (RFI) certification. This training will provide the key foundational knowledge necessary for Rating Field Inspector candidates to prepare for the exams and work in the field.
In January of 2014 the RESNET Standards incorporated a process for combustion safety testing. All Rating Field Inspectors are now required to complete one day of field training covering the process of combustion appliance zone testing. A Rating Field Inspector candidate can bypass field training if they have a current BPI Building Analyst certification.
If you are interested in the classroom knowledge and wish to take field training elsewhere please select the “Online Only” enrollment option. If you would also like to complete field training with the EnergyLogic Academy please select an enrollment option with field training dates.
Credits & Attendance
You will meet the course’s learning objectives through a combination of the following activities in this course:
- Complete each module, and all items within each module
- Participate in the social interactions in the course
- Assume a leadership role when necessary; help other students when you have knowledge they don’t
- Manage your time in the course
- Approach the course with a desire to learn