Building Performance Contractors Association


Crew Chief / Site Supervisor Training

Instructor: Bob Kahabka
March 2012
Registration starts at 7:30 a.m.
Workshop:  8:00 a.m. - 5:15 p.m. -


BPI Recognized Training

Residential Home Performance Programs have been in existence for three decades; and the current level of performance is the result of commitment to the training of service providers, and work scope decisions that are weighted by Benefit/Cost and the science, economics, and human nature of residential energy consumption.

For the last 15 years, there has been a growing national effort to validate the skills and knowledge of building auditors and installers, as demonstrated by the BPI Certification Levels for Building Analyst 1, Envelope Specialist, Heating Systems Specialist, etc….  However, at the very center of this important Energy Efficiency Program is a job title that has no formal training initiatives or National Certification; the Crew Chief/ Site Supervisor.  Read More >>

Who Should Attend

  • Current Crew Chiefs
  • Crew Chief Candidates
  • Crew Members
  • Any Contractor that has Crews
  • CEO’s or Administrators
  • Company Owners
  • Personnel Directors

10 Reasons Why you should attend this workshop

  1. You will gain an overview of what is truly involved in performing the job of Crew Chief and Site Supervisor.
  2. You will have an opportunity to share ideas and experiences with others, for mutual benefit.
  3. You will gain confidence that you are properly managing the important aspects of the job description through better organizational skills and documentation.
  4. You will receive resources that will empower you and your staff to better train new hires.
  5. You will learn some techniques and skill sets to better motivate individuals on your team
  6. You will gain BPI Continuing Education Credits.
  7. You will be provided tools and reports to better document the growth and performance of the team and team members.
  8. You will be better prepared to handle medical emergencies as the likely “first responder”.
  9. You will better serve your employer by avoiding callbacks.
  10. You will meet some of the most dedicated and skilled people in the Home Performance industry.

Additional Information

Continuing Education

  • BPI - (8) CEU’s from the Building Performance Institute - (Approved)
  • RESNET - (16) PDH's from the Residential Energy Services Network - (Approved)
  • NARI - (1.6) from the National Association of The Remodeling Industry - (Approved)

Workshops Include

  • A light continental breakfast, lunch and two coffee breaks are included.
  • A 115 page Resource Guide
  • A copy of the Power Point presentations
  • A CD of the Resource Guide plus additional information


  • $400 for Members
  • $500 for Non-Members

Locations & Registration

Baldwinsville (Syracuse) - March 5-6, 2012

Baldwinsville Public Library
33 E. Genesee Street
Baldwinsville, NY   13027
315-635- 5631

Registration for Baldwinsville (Syracuse)

Albany - March 7-8, 2012

Holiday Inn Turf
205 Wolf Road
Albany, NY  12205
518 458 7264

Registration for Albany

Fishkill - March 12-13, 2012
(The event will not be held at this location.  Please register for one of the other locations)

Melville - March 15-16, 2012

National Grid Training Center
25  Hub Drive
Melville, NY   11747

Registration for Melville

Rochester - March 19-20, 2012
(The event will not be held at this location.  Please register for one of the other locations)

Buffalo - March 22-23, 2012
(The event will not be held at this location.  Please register for one of the other locations)

Refund Policy

Registration refund requests received by email will be honored up to seven days prior to the event. After that time, refunds will not be granted.

For more information about the workshop, contact:
Jim Hammel, 315.638.1757,