NREL: Quality Control Inspector Job Task Analyses
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Quality Control Inspector Job Task Analysis
A Quality Control Inspector is a residential energy efficiency expert who reviews, inspects, and verifies the appropriateness, quality, and completion of energy retrofit work by conducting site visits, performing diagnostic testing, and evaluating work practices and documentation to improve the indoor environment, safety, durability, comfort, and energy efficiency of the building for the client.
A Job Task Analysis (JTA) is the foundation for a valid credentialing program and identifies the core knowledge areas, critical work functions, and/or skills typically found across a representative sampling of
current practitioners. Empirical results from a JTA provide examinees and the public with a valid, reliable, fair, and realistic assessment that reflects the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to competently perform a job.
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