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The Building Performance Institute (BPI) is a nationally recognized certification, accreditation, and quality assurance body for home performance contractors in the US.

Building Performance Institute (BPI) is a nationally recognized certification, accreditation, and quality assurance body for home performance contractors in the US. Blue House Energy Courses qualify for BPI Continuing Education Credits.

Blue House Energy Courses that qualify for BPI CEUs include:


Building Science Basics: 9 CEUs

Construction Technology: 20 CEUs

Healthy Indoor Environment: Short Course: 5 CEUs

Understanding HVAC Systems: Short Course: 5 CEUs

Envelope Fundamentals: 16 CEUs


Construction Math 1 & 2: 9 CEUs

Quality Management: 5.33 CEUs


Foundations of Increased Sales: 5.33 CEUs

Lead Generation: 5.33 CEUs

How to claim your CEUs:

Although the BPI official policy is for Blue House Energy to enter the Certificates of Completion in order to get the CEUs, we request you to enter the Certificates via your BPI portal, as we have found this to be more efficient. Make sure you enter the proper course category for the course as noted above, as this category determines your CEUs.

Check out our up-to-date CEU listings on the BPI portal (search for Blue House Energy)!

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    Duncan Hill, P. Eng., Acting Director, Sustainable Housing and Communities Policy and Research Policy, Research and Planning, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation
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  • It is very well centred on the learner's experience. Visually-based rather than text-based delivery make the modules straightforward and non-intimidating. I like the way the expected learning outcomes are clearly presented and the information is clearly applicable to practical work.

    Michelle Harding, Professional Builders Institute of BC
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