The ASHRAE 62.2 Ventilation for Single-Family Dwellings course begins February 20th and you have until the end of the week to enroll so don’t miss out! This is one of our top rated courses which has earned an impressive 9.1/10 rating from students. Take a look at some of the reviews:

“As an architectural engineer, certified energy auditor, and certified general appraiser, I would encourage anybody with similar background and experiences to enroll in this outstanding course. This is cutting-edge knowledge from the best individual resources.”

– Richard Sevigny, Richard R. Sevigny and Associates

This course was excellent, a real wake up call on the dynamics and importance of ventilation.”

– Mark Lyman, Rural Alaska Community Action

This course really “drilled down” into the ASHRAE 62.2-2013 code in regards to how and why it is important. It is more than just getting moisture out of the bathrooms.

– Tom Andrews, Andrews Home Energy Services

This course is a must for anyone needing to know how to properly implement [ASHRAE] 62.2 ventilation standards.”

– Chad Urie, South Central Community Action Partnership

I would highly recommend this course to anyone associated with the building science and home performance fields. Lots to learn here. Well put together.”

– David Watkins, DuPage County Community Services

Course Description

Master the best practices for calculating ventilation requirements, optimizing equipment selection, and understanding where the standards are headed. The course includes many calculators and design tools for winning and completing jobs faster and with greater confidence.

This is a comprehensive, hands-on training course for professionals. Instructor Rick Karg has been a member of the ASHRAE 62.2 ventilation committee since 2007 and heads the existing dwellings group. He served as the lead editor of ASHRAE’s Guideline 24-2015, a document that supplements the ASHRAE 62.2 standard.

The extensive curriculum focuses on the ASHRAE 62.2-2016 Standard, but also addresses the 2013 version of the Standard.