Green Physical Needs Assessment (GPNA) Courses

(2 student reviews)

Energy Efficiency Training by Green Education Services

The Green Physical Needs Assessment (GPNA) training is a two day course that will train participants to conduct assessments using the new HUD GPNA tool. The Green Physical Needs Assessment (GPNA) tool was developed by HUD to assist Public Housing Authorities (PHAs) to assess the life cycle needs of public housing units and buildings. The Green Physical Needs Assessment (GPNA) training course is designed to educate PHAs and home inspectors on using the GPNA tool to measure the impact of funding and develop management practices to implement capital towards the most effective energy efficiency solutions. Completion of this training is highly recommended for home inspectors, and upon completing our training course you will receive instructions on how to obtain a list of the HUD Facilities in your area.

What's included
  • Interactive training with an instructor who is a HUD Prime Contractor with experience in performing PNAs
  • All tools needed to submit, review and edit a GPNA
  • Blank version of the new GPNA tool
  • Overview of approved cost indexes
  • Software delivered instantly after registration for course
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Below are the most recent student reviews for previous Green Physical Needs Assessment (GPNA) Courses.

Average Rating: (5 out of 5 stars - 2 student reviews)

Robert R. Robert R.

- Attended class on October 15, 2013

Very useful and interesting information.

Larry S. Larry S.

- Attended class on August 27, 2013

I had a great time during class. Joe was very knowledgeful in the application process of using the complex GPNA Tool and I would highly recommend this course if you would like more clarification on HUD's new software procedures.