What happens if I do not complete my continuing education requirements?
If you do not complete your continuing education requirements by the end of your two-year reporting period, you lose your LEED professional status.
The only exception is if you are a LEED AP who earned your credential before June 30, 2009. If you do not fulfill continuing education requirements for your specialty, you lose your specialty and revert back to your status as a LEED AP without specialty. You never lose your LEED AP credential.
- When does my continuing education reporting period begin and end?
- How do I confirm, cancel or reschedule an exam?
- Are there enough hours in the Education @USGBC subscription to fulfill maintenance requirements for a LEED credential?
- What are continuing education or credential maintenance hours?
- What are LEED-specific hours?
- How can I request an extension to my current CMP reporting period?
- How do I self-report CE hours?
- What is the cost for credential maintenance renewal?
- Can I count the same course for Continuing Education Credit multiple times?
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