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    Did you know that attending Hancock Webinars count toward BPI credits? 

    Stay tuned, new sessions start March 2018!

     

    Missed a session, watch it here:

    TRAINING SESSION 19:  Program Transparency < Click to Play

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    Inventory is an integrated part of energy efficiency program management. This video takes you A 40-minute online class about how to extend your energy efficiency program's reach. By opening your software up beyond program managers, to agencies and contractors, a tracking system becomes a vehicle for performing Client Outreach, Tracking, Energy Modeling & Client Education.

     

    TRAINING SESSION 18:   Inventory Management in Hancock Software < Click to Play

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    Inventory is an integrated part of energy efficiency program management. This video takes you through the basics of how Hancock's inventory module works.

     

    TRAINING SESSION 17:   Energy Efficiency Program Management < Click to Play

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    A demo of the energy efficiency platform from a program manager perspective and the contractor sub grantee perspective. This webinar takes you through lead management, energy auditing, post inspections and lifecycle management.

     

    TRAINING SESSION 16:  Manufactured Home Energy Modeling < Click to Play

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    We use an example manufactured home in Delaware and model it in the Hancock HEAT app.

     

    TRAINING SESSION 15:   Low Income Program Management < Click to Play

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    A BPI-credited webinar about low income program management in Hancock Software.

     

    TRAINING SESSION 14:   New Feature! Post QC Inspections on the HEAT Mobile App < Click to Play

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    Check out Hancock Software's new feature on the iPad app, post inspections on mobile devices.  Learn how to take inspection photos, sign inspection documents, pass or fail energy efficiency measures and record post blower door and CAZ testing.

     

    TRAINING SESSION 13:   Pipeline Tracking < Click to Play

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    BPI continuing education class about general pipeline tracking.  Monitor energy efficiency projects from waiting, scheduled, audited, work ordered, inspected and closed.

     

    TRAINING SESSION 12:   Understanding Energy Savings Reports & Comparing Modeled to Actual Usage < Click to Play

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    This is a repeat of a BPI continuing education session we ran before. Here we take basic house types and explain how to energy model in Hancock.

    TRAINING SESSION 11:   Energy Model Basic House Types < Click to Play

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    This is a repeat of a BPI continuing education session we ran before. Here we take basic house types and explain how to energy model in Hancock.

     

    TRAINING SESSION 10: Diagnostic testing in Weatherization < Click to Play

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    Hancock Software diagnostic testing session explains CAZ testing, Air Infiltration building tightness and ASHRAE 62.2 and Indoor Air Quality tests.

     

    TRAINING SESSION 9:   The Latest DOE Requirements< Click to Play

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    This 1 hour BPI continuing education session explored how Hancock Software deals with the latest DOE requirements:  Funding source controls, inspections and energy modeling calculationsTRAINING SESSION 8:   Client Management and Single Family Energy Modeling Training< Click to Play

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    This training session is geared toward a mix of community action agency users and technical energy auditors. See client management in the beginning and dive deep into a single family audit.

     

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    A training session for users who are just learning how to energy model manufactured homes in Hancock.  Art Willcox leads us through entering a doublewide home and calculating the SIR and energy savings.

     

    TRAINING SESSION 7:   Manufactured Home Energy Modeling Training< Click to Play

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    A training session for users who are just learning how to energy model manufactured homes in Hancock.  Art Willcox leads us through entering a doublewide home and calculating the SIR and energy savings.

     

    TRAINING SESSION 6:   Intro to HEAT, One Tool for All Types of Energy Audits < Click to Play

    Learn how to model single family, mobile and multifamily buildings.
    This video will introduce different building types and discuss how to enter
    Energy Consumption, Building Information, Walls, Windows, Attic, Air Infiltration, Heating and Cooling, Distribution, Refrigeration, Lighting, Health and Safety and run energy savings for single family, mobile home and multifamily buildings.

     

    TRAINING SESSION 5:   How the HEAT Energy Model Works < Click to Play

    Art Willcox, Hancock's technical expert on all things weatherization, decodes the HEAT energy model and explains how it works.

     

    TRAINING SESSION 4:   Energy Audit Live from the Field  < Click to Play

    Dorrence Reid from a community action agency on the eastern shore of Maryland has been using the HEAT energy audit app just under a month.  Join him as he broadcasts live from a house he recently audited and shows us how he performed the whole-house energy audit.

     

     

    TRAINING SESSION 3: Incorporating the latest DOE Requirements into energy modeling: QC Inspections, and Funding Source Guidelines  < Click to Play

     

     

    TRAINING SESSION 2:   Basic Home Energy Modeling Using WAP Online  < Click to Play

     

     

     

    TRAINING SESSION 1:   Basic Audits for Different Housing Types  < Click to Play

    This introductory class is designed to help new HEAT users and customers better understand and use HEAT. 

     

     

     

     

     

     


     

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