Become an accredited Passive House Building Certifier
Building certification is an essential part of the quality assurance process. To address the growing amount of requests for Passive House and EnerPHit certification, the Passive House Institute has developed a concept to train more building certifiers.
- In-depth Passive House experience (several certified Passive House / EnerPHit projects) is a must
- Expertise in the PHPP, as this is used to evaluate the building's energy performance
- A high score in the Passive House Designer / Consultant exam to show the Passive House related knowledge is sufficient
- A signed accredited building certifier's contract
Several steps are required to become an accredited Passive House Building Certifier - click on each box for more details!
Please send your CV to the Passive House Institute: Involvement in Passive House projects must be clear, so the CV shows PHPP experience and that you have worked on at least three certified Passive House or EnerPHit buildings.
The building certifier course consists of six course days at the Passive House Institute, including the following topics:
- Building certification
- Climate data
- Certification of residential Passive Houses
- Certification of non-residential Passive Houses
- Renovation with Passive House components: EnerPHit projects
- Passive House Standard in different climate zones
- iPHA - The International Passive House Association: Passipedia
- PHPP exercises
Once the certifier course exam is succesfully passed, you could be offered a contract to become an accredited building certifier.
Accredited Building Certifiers
You will find in this list all the experts who have been accredited by the Passive House Institute to certify Passive House buildings, EnerPHit retrofits and Low Energy Buildings worldwide on behalf of the Institute and in accordance with their criteria.