Raters Can Receive Required Professional Development Training by Attending the 2011 RESNET Building Performance Conference

December 21st, 2010 - Posted by RESNET under Rater Information, RESNET News, RESNET Notes, RESNET Notes - December 2010, RESNET Notes - January 2011

Effective on January 1, 2010, RESNET standards require that certified raters must meet professional development requirements every three years. Certified raters can meet this new requirement by attending sessions of the 2011 RESNET Building Performance Conference.

RESNET has adopted new procedures for documenting attendance of conference sessions. The conference program will contain a space by each session for documenting attendance at pre-conference and conference sessions. At the end of the session, raters wanting credit for the session must have the moderator or a session presenter stamp the session on the program.

Raters must submit the conference program to their rating provider in order to receive the conference credits. RESNET will not keep documentation of rater attendance at conference sessions.

Each breakout session will be 1.5 credit hours and the general session will be 3 credit hours. Attendance of the conference from February 28-March 2, including all breakout sessions and the general session, will total 18 total credit hours. Pre-conference sessions also provide professional development credit hours, but courses vary in length/credit.

The 2011 RESNET Conference is an easy way for raters to earn their professional development training credits.  Click on 2011 RESNET Building Performance Conference for the description and schedule of educational sessions offered at the conference.  To register for the conference, click on 2011 RESNET Conference Registration.

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