NEBB retro-commissioning seminar, exam

The NEBB Technical Retro-Commissioning Seminar and Exam is being held July 17-20, 2013, in Portland, Ore.

01/14/2013


The Retro-Commissioning Technical Seminar is exclusively designed for an individual interested in becoming a National Environmental Balancing Bureau (NEBB) Retro-Commissioning Certified Professional. All passing grades will count toward NEBB Retro-Commissioning Certification.

This seminar will give each participant important input into the final NEBB Retro-Commissioning Procedural Standard that will be issued later in the year. As with its other programs, NEBB has set stringent requirements for NEBB Retro-Commissioning Certification. A key requirement for Retro-Commissioning certification is to:

  • Pass the NEBB Retro-Commissioning Fundamental exam
  • Pass the Retro-Commissioning Seminar exam

All attendees must also own a copy of the NEBB Design Phase Commissioning Manual prior to the seminar.

The seminar will be held at Portland, Ore., in the Congress Center Mt. Rooms on the 18th floor July 17-20, 2013.

Click here to learn more about the seminar.



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