WTC Crew Chief Information
Course Scheduling Tip
When scheduling a course, enter the participant's name on the registration form (though it's okay to use the supervisor's contact information). Please provide an e-mail address to receive a registration confirmation with course details, directions, and hotel information. Please select "other" as payment method if you are a voucher candidate.
Current Course Offerings
Courses may be customized to meet your company's needs. Contact WTC for more information.
Potential Course Offerings
For more information and to be notified the next time a course is offered, select a course title.
- ASHRAE 62.2 - BAS Workshop
- Advanced Weatherization Diagnostics
- Baseload Auditing
- Blower Door Technology Workshop
- Combustion Appliance Zone(CAZ)Testing Workshop
- Customer Service
- DOE Lead Safe Weatherization Refresher
- EPA Certified Lead Renovator - Initial
- Electrical Safety
- Infrared for the Beginner
- Thermal Boundary Workshop
We consider the following sequence of courses to be optimum for learning and knowledge retention: Weatherization Tactics, Diagnostic Approaches to Weatherization, Advanced Weatherization Diagnostics, Baseload Auditing ,Customer Service, DOE Lead Safe Work Weatherization, and OSHA 30 Construction.
Your agency must complete on their letterhead, the training request in order to be eligible for "no cost" training. If this isn't submitted, payment will be required prior to admittance to courses.
If a worker currently certified would like to move up to another level of certification, the agency must submit on their letterhead the request to move to the next level. Example: a crew chief who wishes to take auditor coursework must apply again in order to take auditor coursework. The main reason for this decision is to ensure that individuals have adequate experience in the field before they are allowed the next level of coursework. An individual may not take crew chief coursework until they have completed Installer coursework.