Certified Passive House Designer/Consultant - Exam preparation (CEPH2)
On day 6 of the classroom meetings, you have the chance to sit a very tough exam. All days up to the exam will be chock-full of information. But wait, there is more: there will be homework! You will eat, breathe and dream of Passive Houses – do not attempt to do anything else during this week.
If you are prepared to work hard and take a risk, please do enrol now!
Being successful in this course will not be possible without knowledge obtained in the first part course or equivalent training. Please self-test whether you have acquired equivalent skills here: Take the test!
Please be discouraged from enrolling without possession of the prerequisites.
The course builds on material discussed in CEPH1, but goes into more detail. It is structured along the learning targets for the Certified Passive House Designer exam, which can be obtained here.
Immediately after course completion, students have the option of sitting the externally assessed exam leading to the internationally recognised qualification Certified Passive House Designer/Consultant.
The exam for this course will be held on Saturday, 07 October 2017.
The course starts on Monday and ends at 12 noon on Saturday. The exam will finish at 4 pm on Saturday.
Additional charges for the optional examination (NZ$500) apply. It is furthermore necessary to buy a copy of the latest Passive House Planning Package.
While successfully completing this course increases the chances of passing the externally assessed exam significantly, it is no guarantee. The exam is notoriously tough.
When: Monday, 02 October 2017 - 10:00am to Saturday, 07 October 2017 - 5:00pm
Where: Auckland, Kingsland
Regular fee: NZ$2,200 (includes GST)
Specific requirements: Laptop, PHPP software and handbook. Prerequisites: (CEPH1) Introduction course or successful completion of either ARCH 6623 or ARCH 8623 (Unitec)
Alternatively, a demonstration that the skills gained from successfully completing these courses are mastered (online test).