WaterSense® Inspector Training


This training will enable you to become a WaterSense Inspector. By partnering with a WaterSense Licensed Certification Provider, you will have the ability to certify homes for the WaterSense program.

Start Date: Anytime
Location: Online
Cost: $300

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Online | Self-Paced | 8 – 16 hours

Program Overview

In the EnergyLogic Academy, you will access online lessons, course materials, and resources. At designated times throughout the training you will participate in self-paced activities using the EnergyLogic Academy and alternative internet-based technologies. Participation will consist of learning resources, activities, discussion forums, and quizzes.

The course is divided into sections called modules. These modules are integrative, so each one is built off knowledge gained from the previous one. Please complete module 1 before module 2, and module 2 before 3, and so on. When each module opens, please plan to complete that module that same day. This will be an important part of successful completion of the course. If you do not complete each module, it will be unlikely that you will pass the course. Please refer to our Grading Policy (Part 4 of this syllabus) for information on successfully completing the course.

Credits & Attendance

In order to receive credit for this course participants need to complete all of the modules and activities within the course:

  • Introduction, Program Overview, Roles & Responsibilities
  • Inspection & Quality Assurance
  • 2013 Program Changes

Each module includes learning resources, activities, social forums, and quizzes. All items in each module must be complete to receive a certificate for this course.

Students who complete the above requirements will earn 4 RESNET Professional Development CEUs.

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Course Instructor
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Ben Graham

Ben Graham RESNET® Instructor, Green Rater, Auditor Ben has been with Energy Logic as a HERS Rater since 2012 and has rated close to 1000 new homes in the Front Range. Before joining Energy Logic, Ben was a BPI Auditor working in the DC Metro area and has performed hundreds of existing home audits for utility sponsored programs. Ben’s experience working on new construction as well as existing homes, very old and not that old, has given him valuable teachable experience. Ben spends his free time outdoors in any adventurous activity he finds, ranging from rock climbing to hang gliding.