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Introduction to the Passive House Standard

April 14, 2022 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

About the Class

Passive House goals and methodology change the way architects and builders think and work, making the architectural design itself a driver of climate, health, and social solutions. This is a 4-hour course that dives into the basic principles, history, certification, and the new frontiers of Passive House design as it continues to challenge and change industry expectations. All theory is then illustrated through several case studies outlining specific Passive House principles. This course is provided by The Passive House Network.

Participants will need to provide their own laptop with internet capabilities.

4 AIA/HSW Continuing Education Units are available for this training. The Passive House Network is an AIA Continuing Education Provider. 

Graphic background photo is a rendering of 201 Hampden via Placetailor

About PHN

The Passive House Network (PHN), formerly known as NAPHN, is a high-performance building literacy program. We provide comprehensive, high-quality Passive House education to stakeholders across the building industry – from architects and engineers, to builders and developers, to regulators and policymakers. We demystify the impact of design and construction choices, form knowledge-sharing networks, raise expectations, and transform how professionals fundamentally think and work.

Passive House is widely recognized as the most powerful tool we have today to produce buildings that rise to meet our challenges, forming the cornerstone of climate mitigation and adaptation, public health, and equity impacts. Read The PHN Difference, for a description of what makes us uniquely positioned in the US building industry.

Our Vision: A sustainable, post-carbon, all-renewable energy future – supported by buildings that are efficient, comfortable, affordable, resilient, and healthy.

Our Mission: The transformation of the built environment, using the tools developed by the Passive House Institute, is a critical effort to combat global warming. We provide training, conferences, and other events to both engage and educate design and building professionals, policymakers, and the general public. We support the success and vitality of the Passive House community.

Why Should I Attend this Course?

Gain a foundation in passive house principles that can influence all your building projects, including single-family, multi-family, mixed-use, commercial, and industrial.

Develop the background needed to pursue further education and certification in Passive House.

Explore case studies of passive house buildings from a variety of projects.

Who Should Attend?

This course was developed for a wide range of student profiles include architects, MEP and structural engineers, facade, energy and sustainability consultants, contractors, developers, policymakers, regulators, and more.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Outline the basic principles of the Passive House Standard
  • Outline the history of the Passive House Standard
  • Cite specifics of a few Passive House case studies
Funding Grants Available: Submit by March 24th, 2022

The express grant is designed to help businesses of all sizes respond quickly to emerging needs and keep employees engaged. With bite-size grants for just-in-time training and no waiting periods between grants, the Express program is the Workforce Training Fund’s fastest path to funding.

You could take this training for FREE. Learn more and get in contact.

Course ID# 1135251

Ethan Vonderheide

Details

Date:
April 14, 2022
Time:
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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