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On USGBC's new Events page, you can find LEED v4 workshops near you.

Looking to learn more about LEED v4 while earning continuing education hours to maintain your LEED professional credential?

Check out our new Events page, which features a listing of conferences, seminars, workshops, webinars, tours and networking events near you by local USGBC communities. Here’s a sampling of upcoming CE hour-approved LEED v4 events in February:

Seminar: LEED v4 for Contractors and Subcontractors

  • Tuesday, Feb. 21 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
  • Approved for 1.5 LEED-specific BD+C CE hours

LEED v4 is the latest version of LEED, the international standard for the design, construction and operation of high-performance structures. New project registration for LEED 2009 closed in 2016.

Wondering what’s changed from LEED 2009 to LEED v4 or how it impacts contractors and subcontractors? Join USGBC Central Pennsylvania to hear from LEED Fellow Marcus Sheffer of 7Group and get your questions answered.

Workshop: LEED v4—The Intersection of Collaboration, Performance and Well-being

  • Tuesday, Feb. 28 in Reno, Nevada
  • Approved for 4.5 GBCI CE hours, 4.5 LUs for AIA members and 1 AIA LUIHSW credit

Hear from Lynn N. Simon, Senior Vice President of Thornton Tomasetti, about the company’s journey toward achieving Platinum certification under LEED v4 for their San Francisco office.

From this half-day workshop hosted by USGBC Nevada, you’ll learn about healthy building materials; building enclosure commissioning; life cycle assessment; and why collaboration, performance and well-being are important in LEED v4.

Seminar: A Deep Dive into LEED v4 Materials

  • Tuesday, Feb. 28 in San Francisco, California
  • Approved for 2 CE hours for LEED AP BD+C, LEED AP ID+C, LEED AP ND and LEED AP Homes

Take a deep dive into the state of materials in today's built environment as it relates to LEED v4 at this evening seminar with speakers Kristen Magnuson and Anjanette Green of stok

The session will explore the myriad factors that have heightened awareness around material health, transparency and indoor air quality (IAQ). You'll learn why healthier buildings, building products and IAQ are critical components of LEED v4.

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