Fenestration Installer

The broad purpose of a Fenestration installer is the on-site installation of a wide range of replacement and new build fenestration products in a property or structure. This could include windows, doors, bi-fold doors, and conservatories. Installers work with a broad range of materials (e.g. PVC-U, aluminium, steel, timber and composite) and a wide variety of building structures and building methods.

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Heat Loss Heat Gain Calculation Certification for EAs ($970.00)

CACEA and HRAI have partnered again to offer its unique annual learning opportunity for Energy Advisors. HRAI instructor and CACEA Member, John Harris of DSG Building Diagnostics, will adapt the four-day HRAI course content so that it is relevant to th...

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Air Sealing and Retrofits

This course is available to members of the Home Performance Contractor Network (HPCN). Visit our Hub to learn more about joining the HPCN. This course is intended to be a reference tool for renovation and construction industry professionals and can...

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Andy CockburnAndy Cockburn

Andy Cockburn

About Andy:

NAIMA Canada - Director of Education & Training

Kelsey BrasilKelsey Brasil

Kelsey Brasil

About Kelsey:

I love engaging with others on whatever they are passionate about!


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