Building Envelope Science Institute
Building Envelope Science Institute

Building Envelope Science Institute to Offer Continuing Education Hours During October Conference in Orlando, FL

The Building Envelope Science Institute will be offering continuing education hours approved by various organizations during its Building Envelope Training and Certification Conference in Orlando from October 20-23, 2013.

Orlando, FL, September 12, 2013 --( The Building Envelope Science Institute (BESI) will hold a training and certification conference on building envelope from October 20th to 23rd, 2013 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel located in Orlando, Florida. BESI offers comprehensive training and certification for the assessment and inspection of building envelope issues, including but not limited to an overview of building envelope components, methods of testing for problems, and how to write a scope of work.

The BET-1 (Building Envelope Trained) and BEC-2 (Building Envelope Certified Inspector) courses are approved for continuing education hours. BET-1 is approved for 8 ASHI Continuing Education Credits. BEC-2 is approved for 16 ASHI Continuing Education Credits. BEC-2 is also approved for RIA continuing education credit by the Restoration Industry Association (RIA). Receive 20.5 hours for these courses. Additionally, this event contains 20.5 hours and may be eligible for ABIH CM credit. See ABIH web site for CM credit criteria.

About BESI: The mission of Building Envelope Science Institute, Inc. (BESI) is to provide the highest quality of training and certification programs; resources as well as overall knowledge in successfully constructing, maintaining, and restoring building envelope construction; investigation and analysis of new products and materials which will further develop and enhance the building envelope construction; and continuing the development and formal certification for construction industry practitioners.

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Building Envelope Science Institute
Richard Shaffer