IBE 212: We welcome and encourage enrollees from all backgrounds and education levels to attend, learn, and enjoy this 5-day electromagnetic radiation seminar. This event is also one of three required seminar modules for completing BBEC and EMRS certification.
This seminar is led by two co-instructors, presiding daily as a team.
(see the IBE 212 seminar syllabus here below for their bios)
The required online prerequisite course for this seminar, IBE 212.1 Electromagnetic Radiation, will be linked to your institute account upon your enrollment. This course, together with Black&Decker Advanced Home Wiring, 3rd updated edition (amazon.com) will walk you into the first day of this seminar fully prepared.
All attendees are encouraged to lodge on-site at the seminar venue, or at a nearby four-star hotel where we enjoy a nightly room rate discounted generously. Those who opt to arrange their own lodging are required to adhere to our host venue’s policy by paying a Meals Only fee. Room & board fees include a private room with private bath, whether at the venue or at the hotel. All meals are made from scratch, on-site, with vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options available.
All monies stated herein are represented in US Dollars.
All students are required to either:
♦ lodge and dine on-site ($985.00), or
♦ lodge off-site, dine on-site (price TBD).
Enroll/Reserve payments are refundable up to 30 days prior to the first day of classes; Room & Board/Meals Only payments are refundable up to 2 weeks before the first day of classes.
This seminar will be held at the IHM Retreat Center in Santa Fe, NM.
|$1,665: Click here to pay (you’ll be prompted to login or to create a free BBI account)|
|$985: Click here to pay (you’ll be prompted to login or to create a free BBI account)|
|$425: Reserve your space (you’ll be prompted to login or create a free BBI account).|
BBI reserves the right to deny/rescind enrollment, whether first-time or continuing, to students it deems to present the actual or anticipated risk of being or becoming disruptive of our program presentations, and/or a distraction for our students from what they have come to us to learn and experience.