Job Task Analyses Registration
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Job Task Analyses and Educational/Training Outlines
This is a LICENSE AGREEMENT between you, the LICENSEE, and the NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BUILDING SCIENCES ("INSTITUTE"), 1090 Vermont Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. 20005. By clicking on the ACCEPT AND SUBMIT button at the end of this Agreement, User and LICENSEE represent and warrant to INSTITUTE that a) all of the Registration Information entered is full, accurate and complete; b) User has full authority to enter into this LICENSE AGREEMENT on behalf of LICENSEE and to bind LICENSEE legally to its terms and conditions.
The INSTITUTE and LICENSEE agree to the following Terms and Conditions:
1. INSTITUTE owns copyright in a set of Job Task Analyses (JTAs) for four commercial building energy-related jobs, including Building Energy Auditor, Building Commissioning Professional, Building Operations Professional, and Energy Manager, for purposes of defining the key duties, tasks, knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to perform each of the four jobs at a high level of competence and the examination blueprint upon which to base assessments. INSTITUTE also owns copyright in Educational/Training Outlines (Outlines) describing curriculum design, course outlines, and learning objectives for the purpose of developing educational and training programs for each of the four commercial building energy-related jobs.
2. INSTITUTE grants LICENSEE a limited, nonexclusive, royalty-free license to download, reproduce, distribute to the public, display to the public, and use one or more of the Job Task Analyses (JTAs) and one or more of the Educational/Training Outlines (Outlines) solely for the purposes set forth in paragraph one (1) of this Agreement. LICENSEE may not use the JTAs or Outlines or any part thereof for purposes not expressly identified and permitted in this Agreement. This Agreement does not transfer INSTITUTE copyright or other intellectual property interests to LICENSEE.
3. LICENSEE is prohibited from i) creating derivative works based upon the JTAs or Outlines or modifying the JTAs or Outlines; ii) selling, reselling, renting or otherwise using the JTAs or Outlines for LICENSEE's own commercial purposes; and iii) assigning or any further licensing or sublicensing of the JTAs or Outlines to other persons or organizations; and iv) using the JTAs or Outlines for any purpose not expressly permitted in this Agreement.
4. LICENSEE shall identify INSTITUTE as the publisher and owner of copyright in the JTAs and Outlines. LICENSEE may not remove any copyright notice placed on a JTA or Outline document by the INSTITUTE.
5. INSTITUTE grants LICENSEE permission to use the name, trademarks, service marks and logos of the INSTITUTE , as set forth in Exhibit A to this Agreement, a) solely to indicate that the INSTITUTE is the publisher and source of the JTAs and Outlines and (b) in accord with the usage guidelines set forth in Exhibit B.
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