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Available now: LEED v4 education

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Want to know more about LEED v4 and the concepts it’s built on? This year, USGBC will release three separate webinar series to help prepare you for success, starting with Introduction to LEED v4. The first webinar series is offered free of charge and includes two sessions:

Each of the two sessions is registered for 1 hour of CE with GBCI (LEED specific) and AIA.

Be on the lookout this fall for the remaining two series, five sessions each:

  • Rating System Review for BD+C
  • Rating System Review for O+M

All three webinar series will be accessible through a subscription to Education @USGBC. You can choose to participate in the entire series or select specific sessions.

Purchase subscription access to Education @USGBC

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Julia Feder

Director U.S. Green Building Council

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President, Bourque Architects
How can I get a copy of the certificate of completion for the Key Concepts and Strategies in LEED v4?
Project Manager, Education Platforms, U.S. Green Building Council
Hi Marie, this course is available directly on Education @USGBC. Once you pass the quiz, you will be able to access your certificate of completion
Current Independent Consultant & Masters Sustainability Student, Independent consultant
Are any study guides or videos available yet for the new LEED v4 exam? If so where do I find them? I've only found and purchased the reference guides.
Senior Digital Marketing Specialist, U.S. Green Building Council
Interior Designer, Harrison French & Associates, LTD
Are the study guides available yet for the new LEED v4 exam? If so where do I find them, I've only found the reference guides available for purchase.
Senior Digital Marketing Specialist, U.S. Green Building Council
Fentress Architects
I would have appreciated a more succinct presentation. This webinar sounded more like a round table (with quotes!) than a presentation of key concepts.

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