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In Addition to the Fall 2013 schedule listed below. Updates for the  SPRING Semester 2014 (JANUARY TO JUNE) WILL BE PROVIDED SOON! 
 

Pre-Weatherization Tactics

Introduction to the practice of protecting a building exterior and interior from the elements. Weatherization means modifying a building to reduce energy consumption and optimizing energy efficiency to create an environment that is safe, comfortable, and cost efficient. Overview of potential careers in construction, weatherization and energy retrofit.


Cost:

$1,395 ($525 tuition, $870 fees)

 

8am-6pm (5 sessions, 35 hours) 1819 E. Preston Street

 

8am-6pm (5 sessions, 35 hours) 1819 E. Preston Street


Weatherization Tactics

This 35-hour course prepares participants for entry-level employment in the green economy as part of a Weatherization Crew, or for advancement to Crew Chief. Topics include installation of energy efficiency measures such as insulation, caulk, and heater blankets; basic knowledge of building science, weatherization materials, and ventilation rates; and calculation of area and volume. Safety procedures for both workers and residents will be stressed.


Cost:

$1,395 ($525 tuition, $870 fees) 

 

Index # [1358] Course ID [CI 3759]
Monday–Friday: September 16-September 20 8:30am–4:30pm (5 sessions, 40 hours) 1819 E. Preston Street

Index # [1359] Course ID [CI 3759]
Monday–Friday: October 14-October 18 8:30am–4:30pm (5 sessions, 40 hours) 1819 E. Preston Street


Index # [1360] Course ID [CI 3759]
Monday–Friday: November 18-November 22 8:30am–4:30pm (5 sessions, 35 hours) 1819 E. Preston Street

Index # [1361] Course ID [CI 3759]
Monday–Friday: December 9-December 13 8:30am–4:30pm (5 sessions, 35 hours) 1819 E. Preston Street
 

Advanced Weatherization Tactics

 

This course is designed to challenge weatherization workers to expand their understanding and knowledge of Weatherization. Topics include Aligning Pressure and Thermal Boundaries; Attic Insulation; Dense- Pack Sidewall Insulation; Mechanical Ventilation; Basement and Crawl Spaces; Windows and Doors; and other weatherization measures to reduce energy cost by improving energy efficiency.

Spring 2014  (January - June)  dates will be provided soon!
$1395 includes text and materials
Monday - Friday  8-5pm
National Weatherization Training Center
1819 E. Preston St. Baltimore, Maryland 21213
 410-534-7032 main number  


CONTACT: DANIELLE WALKER 410-986-3208 dwalker@bccc.edu  to register.  PLEASE NOTE: Classes  are filled on first come first registered basis.  Classes are subject to cancellation or could be rescheduled if the maximum amount of students have not registered. 


Lead Paint - Renovate, Repair and Paint

This course is designed for people who work in lead paint environments. Common renovation activities like sanding, cutting, and demolition can create hazardous lead dust and chips by disturbing lead-based paint, which can be harmful to adults and children. Topics to be covered include basic lead-based paint information, regulations and requirement. Students will practice proper techniques and actions required by EPA regulations.

 

 Cost: $209 ($55 Tuition, $154 fees)

Index # [1373] Course ID [CI 3845]

 Saturday: Friday: September 27 9am–6pm (1 sessions, 8 hours) 1819 E. Preston Street

Index # [1374] Course ID [CI 3845]

Friday: October 25 9am–6pm (1 sessions, 8 hours) 1819 E. Preston Street

SPRING 2014  (JANUARY - JUNE) DATES WILL BE PROVIDED SOON!

 

 

 



 Home Energy Analysis  

This 35-hour course puts participants on the pathway to careers as Energy Analyst Technicians, Weatherization Crew Chiefs, Energy auditors, and other building performance workers. Topics include elements of an energy analysis (audit) for a single-family home; building science, safety, and calculations of space and volume; use of measuring and/ or diagnostic equipment; customer relations, and analytic report preparation. Experience in construction recommended.  

Cost:

$1,395 ($525 tuition, $870 fees)

Index # [1379] Course ID [CI 3716] 

Monday-Friday: September 16-September 20

8:30am-4:30pm, 1819 E. Preston Street


 

 

OSHA 30

The 30-hour construction Outreach Training Program is intended to provide a variety of training to workers with some safety responsibility. Training should emphasize hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention, not OSHA standards.

Cost:

$1195 ($200 tuition, $995 fees)

Index #[1387] Course ID [CI 4214]

Monday-Friday, October 28-November 1


 

Weatherization Crew Chief

This course is designed to prepare participants to manage a weatherization retrofit crew and give them the tools needed to perform quality, timely work. Topics include management techniques, materials tracking, building/safety codes, warehousing materials, work order interpretation and quality control concepts for single family dwellings.

Class details to be announced. Please contact Debra Vines at 410-986-5424  or dvines@bccc.edu for more information about Weatherization Crew Chief.


 

OSHA 30 The 30-hour construction Outreach Training Program is intended to provide a variety of training to workers with some safety responsibility. Training should emphasize hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention, not OSHA standards.

Cost: $1195 ($200 tuition, $995 fees)

 Index #[1387] Course ID [CI 4214]

 Monday-Friday, October 28-November 1




Weatherization Crew Chief

This course is designed to prepare participants to manage a weatherization retrofit crew and give them the tools needed to perform quality, timely work. Topics include management techniques, materials tracking, building/safety codes, warehousing materials, work order interpretation and quality control concepts for single family dwellings.

Class details to be announced. Please contact Debra Vines  dvines@bccc.edu 410-986-5424 for more information about Weatherization Crew Chief.