Are you a reliable individual familiar with home building and construction terminology? Do you have experience with, or knowledge about, home heating and cooling systems, or home inspection?
Are you passionate about energy efficiency, skilled at customer service, good with computers and dedicated to making a difference in Canada and the world?
Become an energy advisor — Canada
If you answered “yes” to the above, you could find your future with us, as a Certified Home Energy Advisor. HomePerformance Energy Advisors are a vital part of our effort to deliver Natural Resources Canada’s ecoENERGY Retrofit Incentive in communities across Ontario, British Columbia and Canada. This national program provides energy audits to help Canadians renovate for improved energy efficiency.
What you need
To become a HomePerformance Advisor, you’ll need pre-requisite skills, plus an equipment package, training and certification to operate as an official energy advisor under the Canada ecoENERGY Retrofit program. For more details, see below.
To apply to become a Certified HomePerformance Energy Advisor, you should have the following pre-requisite skills or experience:
To become a certified Canadian HomePerformance Energy Advisor, you must have your own equipment, including ...
Advisor training — Canada
You’ll attend an official energy auditor training course to learn the specific skills you’ll need to be a HomePerformance Energy Advisor. During this five-and-a-half-day intensive training session, you’ll receive ...
Once you complete classroom training, you will demonstrate competency by performing seven ecoENERGY assessments. Your instructors will review your energy audit work and provide valuable feedback.
You’ll become officially certified as an ecoENERGY Advisor once you have successfully completed your seven assessments and passed a two-hour online examination administered by Natural Resources Canada.
By signing a contract, home energy advisors agree to be bound by the terms and conditions of Building Insight’s license agreement with Natural Resources Canada. Advisors who fail to follow these terms and conditions will be de-certified.
Building Insight performs regular quality assurance by auditing all aspects of an energy advisor’s work. Quality assurance auditing activities include surveying Canadian customers and on-site advisor audits by our field coaches.
Code of Ethics
Your energy audit work in Canada is governed by strict Code of Ethics guidelines developed by Natural Resources Canada..
If you are interested in applying to become a Canadian HomePerformance Energy Advisor, send your phone number, a resume, details about your relevant background and experience, and any questions you might have, to Gregory Anders.
We look forward to hearing from you!
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