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Weatherization Crew Chief Level Two is one of two tracks available as follow up to Weatherization Technician Level One. Weatherization Crew Chief Level Two provides detailed information on how to plan and schedule work based on work orders provided by auditors; ensure safety in the workplace; and supervise the remediation of the building envelopes, mechanical systems, and ventilations systems. This exceptionally produced trainee guide features a highly illustrated design, technical hints and tips from industry experts, review questions and a whole lot more! Key content includes: Concrete and Steel Construction Methods, Commercial Drawings, Introductory Supervisory Skills, Introduction to Cooling, Introduction to Heating, Chimneys, Vents, and Flues, Air Distribution Systems, Air Quality Equipment, Indoor Air Quality, and Diagnostics and Management Practices.
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Table of contents
Table of Contents
(Total Level Hours: 162.5)
33103-10 Concrete and Steel Construction Methods (12.5 Hours; from EST Level One)
27201-07 Commercial Drawings (25 Hours; from Carpentry Level Two)
03410-09 Introductory to Supervisory Skills (15 Hours; from HVAC Level Four)
03107-07 Introduction to Cooling (30 Hours; from HVAC Level One)
03108-07 Introduction to Heating (15 Hours; from HVAC Level One)
03202-07 Chimneys, Vents, and Flues (5 Hours; from HVAC Level Two)
03109-07 Air Distribution Systems (10 Hours; from HVAC Level One)
03204-07 Air Quality Equipment (5 Hours; from HVAC Level Two)
03403-09 Indoor Air Quality (15 Hours; from HVAC Level Four)
59201-10 Diagnostics and Management Practices (30 Hours)
Provides instruction on how to interpret energy audit reports and how to prioritize and schedule air sealing. Describes how to perform the following tests: blower door, pressure pan, burner efficiency, carbon monoxide, draft, and spillage. Also explains lead-safe work practices and how to perform quality inspections on completed work.
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