Remote Training Opportunities

Hi All, 

During the shutdowns for COVID-19, we're hearing that many contractors and other in-field installers are looking for online/remote training opportunities. Relevate topics would be building science, BPI, other weatherization certs, installation guidelines, maybe relevant softwares, etc. 

Does anyone have anything they've been keeping an eye on or planning on participating in during down time?


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