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USGBC’s Webinar Subscription — now 75% off

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Get your LEED education in online, on demand, and direct from the makers of LEED — with USGBC's Webinar Subscription.

Did you know, the USGBC Webinar Subscription is the best place to access the most comprehensive coverage about LEED v4? Courses now available include:

A USGBC Webinar Series: LEED 252: Introduction to LEED v4

D+C 252: LEED v4 Rating System Review: Understanding the Design and Construction Rating Systems

Purchase USGBC’s Webinar Subscription — now 75% off

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Nora Knox

Marketing & Communications Specialist U.S. Green Building Council

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Hi, is there any discount on webinars for students?
Assa Aharoni Consulting Engineers Ltd.
Hi Nora, When is the discount taken? I've added a subscription but the price is the same as before.
National Energy Manager, SNC Lavalin O&M
Hi, Is it necessary to be a member to take advantage of this offer?
How long this offer will be available?
Marketing & Communications Specialist, U.S. Green Building Council
Hi Ildefonso, the offer will be available through the end of the year.
Is there automatic reporting for webinars?
Marketing & Communications Specialist, U.S. Green Building Council
Hi Tracia, yes, USGBC reports webinar subscription CE hours directly to GBCI and AIA within two weeks — eliminating the need to self report.

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