Register to Attend Certified Passive House Consultant (CPHC®) Training on Campus July 23-27

The School of Architecture and the Intelligent Workplace will host the PHIUS Certified Passive House Consultant (CPHC®) 5-day in-class training July 23-27, 2018 at the Intelligent Workplace in Margaret Morrison Carnegie Hall. Learn about the prerequisites for the course and register here. Participants are eligible for AIA, GBCI, and BPI continuing education credits.

The Passive House Institute US (PHIUS) CPHC® training takes place in two parts: Phase I consists of about 40 hours of pre-recorded online virtual sessions taught by expert instructors, followed by Phase II, a 5-day in-class training session focusing on design exercises and energy modeling training in WUFI® Passive and THERM software. Both Phase I and II are required to successfully complete the course and to be eligible to take the certification exam, offered on the final day of the in-class training. Learn more about the training here.

PHIUS-trained consultants are leading the adoption of passive building from coast to coast by designing and building quality-assured projects across all of North America's varied climate zones. Passive building approaches offer a prudent, proven path to net zero energy. Join a robust community of passive building practitioners and advance your career by earning the leading professional passive house designation CPHC®.