WaterSense® Quality Assurance Designee Webinar

The EnergyLogic Academy is hosting a webinar for professionals interested in becoming a WaterSense Quality Assurance Designee on January 20th, 2016.

Instructor: Tom Flanagan

Online |  4 hours


Program Overview

What will I learn?

This class offers an in depth overview of the WaterSense new home inspection and certification process. This will allow you to certify new homes for EPA’s WaterSense program.

Who should take this training?

Certification personnel that will train inspectors and oversee quality assurance activities associated with the new home specification.

Training Overview

Module 1: Training Purpose and Objectives
Module 2: WaterSense for New Homes
Module 3: WaterSense New Home Certification and Labeling
Module 4: Certification Provider Roles and Responsibilities
Module 5: Inspector Roles and Responsibilities
Module 6: New Home Inspection: Preparation and Indoor
Module 7: New Home Inspection: Outdoor and Wrap-Up
Module 8: Quality Assurance and Wrap-Up

Credits & Attendance

Certification as a WaterSense inspector is a three-step process:

  1. Complete a WaterSense Inspector course to receive a certificate of completion.
  2. Select a WaterSense Provider (RESNET WaterSense Providers).
  3. Complete the required Probationary inspection—The WaterSense Provider you select will require that you perform a minimum of three inspections, which they will review to determine whether you are prepared to receive your formal certification or if additional field training is needed.

Badge Earned


Who Should

Who Should Attend:

Anyone who is interested in becoming a certified WaterSense Quality Assurance Designee.


Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this training, participants should understand:

  • The objectives of the WaterSense New Homes Program
  • The roles and responsibilities of inspectors
  • The criteria in the WaterSense single-family new home specification
  • How to conduct inspections for WaterSense
  • The QA requirements for WaterSense Inspectors


Required Materials

This course includes activities that are designed for you to test your home. Please make sure to read the materials list closely: WaterSense Inspector Class Tools Needed



More Info

View the computer requirements for online courses.

By enrolling in our self-paced, open enrollment course, you will have 90 days to complete the training. You can complete the training at your own pace, and you do not need to take the whole enrollment period if it is not needed.