Missouri DNR Presents Weatherization Training in Partnership with Everblue

Upgrade your skills as a certified home energy auditing professional!

Take this opportunity to upskill and earn the most advanced certifications in the weatherization industry. Backed by the DOE and NREL, the Home Energy Professionals (HEP) certifications represent the best of the best in weatherization.

Highlight your technical knowledge with a nationally respected industry certification - great for home energy auditors, QCI professionals, installers, and crew leaders.


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List of Weatherization Courses

HEP Energy Auditor

Offered by the Building Performance Institute and supported by the U.S. Department of Energy and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, the Home Energy Professional (HEP) Energy Auditor Certification is one of the industry's highest credentials for home energy auditing.

To earn this certification, you must pass a multiple-choice written exam and a hands-on practical exam.


HEP Quality Control Inspector

A quality control inspector (QCI) is a residential energy efficiency professional who ensures the completion, appropriateness, and quality of energy upgrade work by conducting a methodological audit/inspection of the building, which includes performing safety and diagnostic tests and observing the work.

To earn this certification, you must pass a 50-question, multiple-choice exam.


Multifamily QCI

This Multifamily QCI training course is intended for individuals who want to learn energy auditing requirements for multifamily housing.

At the end of the program, you will need to pass a written exam.


Retrofit Installer

A Retrofit Installer Technician is a residential energy efficiency professional who installs energy efficiency upgrades in single-family homes and small multi-family housing (2-4 units).

To earn this certification, you need need to pass a written exam and a field exam.


Crew Leader

The HEP Crew Leader course is a comprehensive training designed to prepare students to apply good practices in working with residents, identify housing-related health hazards, use tools to measure hazardous conditions, prioritize hazards, and communicate solutions to residents.

To earn this certification, you need need to pass a written exam and a field exam.


Additional Course Offerings from Everblue

Did you know... Everblue also offers the following:
  • Multifamily Energy Auditor
  • EPA Certified Renovator
  • Introduction to Heat Pumps
  • BPI Healthy Home Evaluator
  • NATE Certification
  • OSHA 10 Construction Safety
  • Industrial & Commercial Energy Auditor
  • Custom curriculum development
  • Online learning portal & curriculum licensing
  • DOE NREL Weatherization Installer Badges

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