Assessor Orientation - Oregon Home Energy Score

Mandatory for participating assessors of the Oregon Home Energy Score program.

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  • Overview of Assessor workflow.
  • Green Building Registry tool: Generating compliant Oregon home energy reports and accessing other functionality. 
  • Oregon home energy report components: How to communicate these elements to clients and real estate brokers. 
  • Quality Assurance Requirements

Must have ALREADY completed the following steps: 
Complete STEP 1. Obtain and verify qualifying US DOE credentials.
Complete STEP 2. Complete Home Energy Score Simulation training.
Complete STEP 3: Obtain and verify home energy assessor CCB certificate.
Complete STEP 4. Complete the home energy assessor participation agreement.

If you will be scoring homes outside of the Portland Metro Area you will also need to complete a separate mandatory Remote QA Form and GoFormz application training. To determine if you need this training you can find additional details regarding QA requirements in Part 8: Geographic Qualifications of the Oregon Home Energy Score Assessor Participation Agreement. A quick way to determine if you are in a Remote QA area is if the home being scored is outside of these three counties; Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington County. You can sign up for the Remote QA training via the training calendar link

*Please indicate in your registration if you know you will be scoring outside of PDX Metro. 

If you are already an active Assessor in the City of Portland Program you will receive a 2nd Assessor ID once completing all the steps. There are some differences in the Oregon Home Energy Report and additional QA requirements for Oregon HES Assessors. 

When & Where
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Date: Wednesday, January 8, 2020
Time: 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Live Webinar

CEs & Cost
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Continuing Education
BPI: 1 unit
CCB: 2 CEs
OCHI: 2 CEs 

Course Fee

Questions? Contact us at or (503) 968 7160 ext 24

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Home Inspectors, Raters/Verifiers

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Jason Elton
Jason Elton: Jason is a senior consultant and quality assurance provider for various energy scoring programs. He is coordinating the onboarding and quality assurance of assessors in the Oregon Home Energy Score program. Jason is qualified as a US Department of Energy Home Energy Score Mentor and QA Provider. His experience includes retrofitting, training, mentoring, quality assurance, and technical support. He holds BPI and Healthy Home Specialist Certifications.