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Environmental Design Analyst, Foster + Partners

Hi, I am working on a green building which has opted to go for Griha Rating ( Indian Green Rating system ) . Can i claim CE hours while working on this project ? Any requirements ?

Green Building Specialist, U.S. Green Building Council

Thanks for the question Harsh. No, currently GBCI credential holders cannot claim CE hours for working on GRIHA projects. You may want to review our CMP Guide here: (http://www.usgbc.org/resources/cmp-guide.

Father'N SUN

retired, BoyScout BSA leader, trying to further the effort

Architect LEED AP BD+C, Beeah

I am a LEED AP but my credential will end after one month. I want to renew it. Please explain to me the step by step procedure.I need 30 hours of CE. Do I have to buy that $199 package and its done. I am confused. Which is the easiest and fastest way.?.I am also the member of saudi green building forum and registered with a LEED platinum project.but the project will take one year to complete.

Green Building Specialist, U.S. Green Building Council

Hi Werdah, You can find GBCI-approved courses through our Education @USGBC platform (https://www.usgbc.org/education-at-usgbc/listing/earn). While many individuals purchase the Education @USGBC subscription to complete hours, you can purchase courses individually or complete CE activities outside of GBCI-approved courses. Please review the Credential Maintenance Program guide for more information on what qualifies for CE hours (https://www.usgbc.org/resources/cmp-guide). To input hours and renew your credential, log in to your credentials account at http://www.usgbc.org/account/credentials. On this page, you will see a button to report CE hours. You can input your hours here under several categories. Once all CE requirements have been met, you can renew your credential from this page as well. I hope that helps!

Architect LEED AP BD+C, Beeah

Thanks for your help Kristen

Manager - Sales HVAC Retrofit South India, Johnson Controls India Pvt Ltd

Hi, Can a LEED certified AP , Year 2009 with NC, can apply for LEED AP O+M or BD+C now in 2018

Green Building Specialist, U.S. Green Building Council

Hi Raghavendra, thank you for your interest in earning a LEED AP with specialty credential. You can certainly apply for a LEED AP exam. You can learn more about the different credentials and register for an exam here: http://www.usgbc.org/leed/credentials#ap.

Candidates have two options to earn a LEED AP with specialty. You can either register for the combined LEED AP with specialty exam, which includes both the LEED Green Associate and LEED AP specialty exam in one sitting. Alternatively, you can earn your LEED Green Associate credential first, then register for the LEED AP with specialty exam separately. Best of luck on your exams!

Senior Architect Engineer, Hamza Associates

I`m LEED GA since 2015 and I renewed my credentials in 2017
up to 2017, I`m currently working in the middle east region
as a senior architect in an airport project. this project is not aiming to achieve leed certificate, my chances in the middle east to work an apply leed very limited.I`m thinking to develop my certificate into leed AP but sorry to say that I `m thinking this is an investment that I will buy material and join exam and study to pass but at the end not sure from the result, so now I hesitate should I go forward for the next step or go back and forget the whole matter. I need your advice deeply and thanks for your interest

The last two times I renewed my LEED Green Assoc. credentials i was able to take a course of study prepared for that express purpose. Is there a course of study in 2018 that I can take again to renew my credentials? Thanks.

Chuck Beymer

Project Director, INLAND FANTASIA LLC

Hi, my credential will be expired on 15th February, 2018. Do you think I will have enough time to report my 30 CE hours and 6 Specific Hours after subscribing this program? Please advise!! Thank you,

Green Building Specialist, U.S. Green Building Council

Hi Allison, the Education @USGBC subscription provides access to a plethora of CE opportunities. If you can commit to doing one or more CE activity a day for the next month, you should be able to complete your CE requirement in time. You can also learn about requesting an extension to your reporting period here: https://www.usgbc.org/help/how-can-i-request-extension-my-current-cmp-reporting-period. I hope this helps!

M&E Engineer, Famfa Oil Ltd

Hi,
I am an Electrical Engineer from Lagos, Nigeria. Can study for and take the LEED GA and AP exams online or do I have to go to an accredited center for the exams?

Membership, Credentialing, and Education Specialist, U.S. Green Building Council

Hello Clement. Thank you for your inquiry and your interest in LEED! You must take the exam at a Prometric Testing Center, which are located worldwide.

If you would like to locate your nearest testing center and view availability:

1) Please visit www.prometric.com/ and enter "GBCI" in the Test Sponsor field.

2) Then, confirm "Green Business Certification Inc.", and click "Locate Test Center".

3) Choose the country that you are looking for from dropdown menu, and click "Next".

4) Then, choose "LEED Green Associate (or the combined exam if you are taking that one)" from the dropdown menu, and click "Next".

5) Enter the city where you want to test, and click "search". When you see the testing center that looks most convenient for you, click "Availability" next to the test center's location. This takes you to a clickable calendar showing the available times for each open day.

Project Manager, Hertz Corporation

By subscribing and having access to the resources, will I be able to fulfill both 15 CE and 3 LEED specific hours requirements?

Senior Manager, Education Platforms, U.S. Green Building Council

Hi Jeff! Thanks for your interest! Yes, with hundreds of CE hours available, you will be able to fulfill your requirements. You are welcome to pick the courses that are most interesting to you, or you can use this Green Associate playlist to fulfill your credential maintenance requirements: https://www.usgbc.org/education-at-usgbc/playlists/8212

Thanks!

Arquitecto , CONSULTA

hello guys, in Education @USGBC do you have spanish information. I need 15 CE hours and 3 LEED-specific hours for GA. But I dont know if you have information in spanish for grow my knowledge.

Membership, Credentialing, and Education Specialist, U.S. Green Building Council

Hello Jose, Thank you for your question. Yes, we do have some Spanish resources. Please go to this link: https://www.usgbc.org/education-at-usgbc/listing/earn and click on the language drop down. You can then select Spanish and search for all Spanish resources. I hope that helps!

Project Manager, Voltas Limited

How can i renew my Leed GA CE hours 15 and 3 using the Various education .What are the CE hours for each course

LEED Specialist, U.S. Green Building Council

The CE hours for each course are listed under the title on the course page. Please refer to the Credential Maintenance Program Guide for information about what qualifies for CE hours https://www.usgbc.org/resources/cmp-guide.

CEO, CSO

Hello! I have a doubt, If I pay for the subcription but we're a team can we use the same subcription? Or is individual ?

Senior Manager, Education Platforms, U.S. Green Building Council

Hi Santiago,

Thanks for your interest! The subscription is individual. However, USGBC membership at the Silver or higher level does include a set amount of hours of access to the subscription that can be used by the entire organization. Please email education@usgbc.org if you're interested in learning more! Thanks!

student, Syracuse University

Is there any time limitation?

LEED Specialist, U.S. Green Building Council

An Education@USGBC subscription is good for one year.

Mechanical Superintendent Engineer, REZAYAT Company Limited.

Kindly I want to know if my LEED GA Certificate going to be expired on 22nd of October 2017, do I have extra time for CE hours which still Zero?

Membership, Credentialing, and Education Specialist, U.S. Green Building Council

Hello Mohammad, Thank you for your question. From our records we show that you can now renew your credential by logging into USGBC.org/account/credentials and click on 'renew my credential.' Thank you for your commitment and dedication to the green building field!

Product Executive - Wood Products, Al Danube Al Saudi Trading Co Ltd

Hi , If i purchase this subscription for $ 199 . can i access all online paid course available for this fee ?

Membership, Credentialing, and Education Specialist, U.S. Green Building Council

Hello Madhuranjith, Thank you for your question and for your interest. By purchasing the $199 subscription you will have access to all of the courses in the course listing: https://www.usgbc.org/education-at-usgbc/listing. I hope that helps and thank you for your interest!

Electromechanical Engineer, Electro Technical Services

How long does it take since I finished the quiz until the hours appear in my account?

LEED Specialist, U.S. Green Building Council

Usually course hours update immediately although it may take up to twenty four hours. Thanks for your interest!

Architectural Designer, City Of Corpu Christi

My period reporting time is over, I have 90 days to complete de CE hours required, can I start earning hours and report them in my reporting period?

Green Building Specialist, U.S. Green Building Council

Thank you for the question Yngrid. You have 90 days after your reporting period ends to report CEUs earned during your reporting period and then renew your credential. CEUs you earn after the reporting period has ended will count toward your next maintenance period.

PRESIDENT/CEO, Green Globe USA, Green Globe USA

I am still not clear how to get Credit specific courses such as for BD+C or Homes. I request some body to help me in this regard.

Sabat

Senior Manager, Education Platforms, U.S. Green Building Council

Hi UPENDRA,

Please go to https://www.usgbc.org/education-at-usgbc/listing. On the left side of the page, there is a filter called "Continuing Education". Within that filter, you can select any of the LEED specialties to see only courses that are LEED specific for that specialty.

Please let me know if you have any further questions! Thanks for your interest!

Structural engineer, AE7

Hi ,

If i purchase this item , am i able to look and review all the courses listed for CE to renew my LEED AP or not !? I have alteady reported 12 CE ... please inform me as i need to decide to purchase course by course or just buy this subscription and renew my AP ...

Senior Manager, Education Platforms, U.S. Green Building Council

Hi Seyed,

Yes, purchasing the subscription will allow you to view hundreds of courses that are approved for GBCI CE. Each course has a quiz to complete. Once you pass the quiz, your hours will be automatically reported to GBCI. Let me know if you have any further questions! Thanks for your interest.

Engenheira de Projetos, Samarco Mineração

Algum curso em português?

LEED Specialist, U.S. Green Building Council

Hi Claudia,
Search by language using the menu on the left here: http://www.usgbc.org/education-at-usgbc/listing

Territory Manager - brand management, Cushman & Wakefield

Hi there,

I became a LEED AP about a year ago, but I do not work in a type of position where i have hands on experience on LEED projects. How do I earn my 3 credit hours of project experience otherwise?

Thanks,
Lisa

LEED Specialist, U.S. Green Building Council

Per our CMP guide, http://www.usgbc.org/resources/cmp-guide, you can also earn your 3 LEED Green Associate specific CE hours through LEED/USGBC specific volunteering or taking LEED Green Associate approved CE hours. I hope this helps.

Mechanical Engineer, NAGA architect

I HAVE LEED AB+D, PLEASE LET ME KNOW EXACTLY HOW MANY 'CE' I WILL EARN TO COVER TO RENEW MY CREDENTIAL IF I APPLIED.

LEED Specialist, U.S. Green Building Council

Hussein, you need 30 general and 6 LEED AP BD + C CE hours to renew your credentials. Through the Educaton@USGBC subscription there are currently over 400 course that are CE hour eligible. You can sort those specific for your credential on the left hand side of the screen. I hope that helps!

Deputy General Manager, Alembic Pharmaceutical Ltd.

Hi,
please inform how many CE hours are earns on "Education @USGBC subscription" ??

Green Building Specialist, LEED AP Homes, LEED for Homes Green Rater, U.S. Green Building Council

Hi Jayendra, thank you for your interest in the Education @USGBC subscription. The subscription provides access to 451 courses eligible for GBCI CE hours. To view all GBCI CE hours available through the subscription, select "Subscription" under the Course features filter and "Eligible for GBCI CE Hours" under the Continuing education filter.

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Hello,
I graduated as a Electrical Engineering in petrochemical Maintenance and I am looking to get certified in LEED, so what classes should I need to take? and which of the LEED certification best apply to me

Thank you.

LEED Specialist, U.S. Green Building Council

Mohammad, thank you for your interest in becoming a LEED AP. All candidates interested in becoming a LEED AP must take the LEED Green Associate exam and a specialty exam. The specialty you choose depends on what types of projects you work on or would like to work on. For example new construction projects utilize the LEED BD + C specialty and existing building projects use the LEED O+M specialty. Any of the specialties would increase your green building knowledge and advance your career. You can learn more about the different specialties here: http://www.usgbc.org/credentials. Since each candidate seeking a LEED credential has a unique combination of knowledge and experience, it is difficult to recommend the definitive study materials one would need to pass the exam. We recommend starting with the references in the LEED Green Associates Candidate Handbook. All of the references listed are free and available online, with the exception of the LEED Core Concepts Guide (http://www.usgbc.org/resources/leed-core-concepts-guide), a resource which most exam candidates find to be very helpful. You can download the introductory sections to the reference guide for free here (scroll down to 'download for free' button):http://www.usgbc.org/resources/leed-reference-guide-building-design-and-construction After these resources have been explored and studied, most candidates then seek the structure of study guides (found here: http://www.usgbc.org/store/products/publications), online or in-person courses (found here http://www.usgbc.org/education-at-usgbc/listing/study) and practice exams to further their understanding of the information. I hope this offers a direction for you to start.

Civil Engineer, International Asset Plus

Hi there, i am a civil engineer from Greece and i am interested to get certified in LEED AP BC + C.
I would like to suggest me, if it's possible, any online courses or other ways to get prepared for the exams.
Thanks a lot!

LEED Specialist, U.S. Green Building Council

Dimitris, thank you for your interest in becoming a LEED professional. The first step in becoming LEED AP BD + C certified is to take the LEED Green Associate exam. To prepare for the exam, we recommend starting with the references in the LEED Green Associates Candidate Handbook, which you can download for free here: http://www.usgbc.org/resources/leed-v4-green-associate-candidate-handbook. All of the references listed are free and available online, with the exception of the LEED Core Concepts Guide (http://www.usgbc.org/resources/leed-core-concepts-guide), a resource which most exam candidates find to be very helpful. Since the primary sources for the development of the LEED® Professional Exams are the LEED Rating Systems, a detailed understanding of these are necessary for success. You can download the introductory sections to the reference guide for free here (scroll down to 'download for free' button):http://www.usgbc.org/resources/leed-reference-guide-building-design-and-construction After these resources have been explored and studied, most candidates seek the structure of study guides (found here: http://www.usgbc.org/store/products/publications), online or in-person courses (found here http://www.usgbc.org/education-at-usgbc/listing/study) and practice exams to further their understanding of the information. Others may start with a course or study guide and explore the resources in detail after. Once you take and pass the LEED Green Associate exam you can elect to study for the LEED AP BD + C exam. For the LEED AP BD+C exam, I would recommend you consult and study all of the references in the LEED AP BD+C Candidate Handbook for the best chance at passing the test. You can download the handbook here: http://www.usgbc.org/resources/leed-v4-ap-bdc-candidate-handbook. Perhaps one of the best resources is the LEED Reference Guide for Building Design + Construction available for purchase here: http://www.usgbc.org/resources/leed-reference-guide-building-design-and-.... You can also find study guides here: http://www.usgbc.org/store/products/publications and online or in-person courses offered by some of our Education Partners here: http://www.usgbc.org/education-at-usgbc/listing/study. There are many paths to success for this exam, but I hope this offers a direction for you to start.

Senior Architecture Engineer, PROGER S.P.A.

that is helpful information, thank you very much.

Hi there, I graduated as a landscape architect and I am looking to get certified in LEED, so what classes should I need to take? and which of the LEED certification best apply to me?
Thanks

LEED Specialist, U.S. Green Building Council

Rodrigo, thank you for your interest in becoming a LEED professional. The first step in becoming LEED certified is to take the LEED Green Associate exam. The LEED Green Associate exam tests your general knowledge of green building practices for both commercial and residential spaces and both new construction and existing buildings as well as how to support other professionals working on LEED projects. You should be aware of general credit pathways, specifically for the LEED Building Design + Construction rating system. To prepare for the exam, we recommend starting with the references in the LEED Green Associates Candidate Handbook, which you can download for free here: http://www.usgbc.org/resources/leed-v4-green-associate-candidate-handbook. All of the references listed are free and available online, with the exception of the LEED Core Concepts Guide (http://www.usgbc.org/resources/leed-core-concepts-guide), a resource which most exam candidates find to be very helpful. Since the primary sources for the development of the LEED® Professional Exams are the LEED Rating Systems, a detailed understanding of these are necessary for success. You can download the introductory sections to the reference guide for free here (scroll down to 'download for free' button):http://www.usgbc.org/resources/leed-reference-guide-building-design-and-construction After these resources have been explored and studied, most candidates seek the structure of study guides (found here: http://www.usgbc.org/store/products/publications), online or in-person courses (found here http://www.usgbc.org/education-at-usgbc/listing/study) and practice exams to further their understanding of the information. Others may start with a course or study guide and explore the resources in detail after. Once you take and pass the LEED Green Associate exam you can elect to study for a LEED Specialty exam. You can learn more about the different specialties here: http://www.usgbc.org/credentials. Click on the Prepare for your Exam link on any one of the specialties to find the correct study materials. I hope this helps get you started.

Civil Engineer, International Asset Plus

Thank you very much. The information are very enlightening.

Thank you Dawn, I do appreciated your time to respond to my question.

Geology Teaching Assistant, Northern Ill. University

Are there enough free courses to earn 15 CE credits or are we forced to subscribe for $200 every year?

Green Building Specialist, LEED AP Homes, LEED for Homes Green Rater, U.S. Green Building Council

Hi Sonny, thank you for your question! There are many free classes offered through Education @USGBC, and these classes are constantly changing and evolving. A few general CE opportunities include:
• http://www.usgbc.org/education/sessions/introduction-edge-10011447 - 1 hour
• http://www.usgbc.org/education/sessions/introduction-well-building-standard-5821794 - 1 hour
• http://www.usgbc.org/education/sessions/getting-started-sustainable-sites-initiative-program-9930478 - .5 hours

There are also several free CE opportunities for all specialties, for example:
• http://www.usgbc.org/education/sessions/introduction-leed-v4 - 2 hours
• http://www.usgbc.org/education/sessions/leed-202-how-document-certify-projects-4671042 - 3 hours
 
In addition, each month this year, we are offering Education focused on specific LEED credit categories and access to free courses just for that month. The program information for the LEED v4 education suites can be found here: http://www.usgbc.org/articles/leed-v4-education-suites-sign-today

Lecturer, Nantong University

It helps! Thanks a lot!!

Can we got the CE hour of 15 Hour by attending the Education @USGBC courses if we are Green Associate .

Membership, Credentialing, and Education Specialist, U.S. Green Building Council

Hello Chee Wee Tan, taking Education @USGBC is a great way to fulfill your LEED Green Associate CE hours. The LEED Green Associate credential requires you to have 15 CE hours, 3 of which need to be LEED specific. All Education @USGBC courses have an icon that shows if the course is LEED specific for LEED Green Associate, LEED AP BD+C, etc. Please review the CMP guide for more details on maintaining your credential: http://www.usgbc.org/resources/cmp-guide

Sr Project Director, Fortna

You pay and it does not let you access the courses... Be wary of what you are buying... This is very disappointing...

LEED Specialist, U.S. Green Building Council

My apologies that you had difficulty accessing a course with your Education@USGBC subscription. I did see you were able to find and utilize enough courses to renew your LEED credentials which is wonderful. Please let me know if I can be of assistance or if you have question regarding a particular course and its relationship with your subscription.

Palmal Group
5

Education subscription fee should be reduce for developing country.

Lecturer, Nantong University

Cannot agree anymore. :)

Green Building Specialist, MSc, USGBC FACULTY, SAUDI GREEN BUILDING FORUM

Indeed great benefits!

Architect, Qatar Green Leaders
5

Great.

Great to hear that news :)

Student
5

It 's very good. Thanks.

Document Control Specialist, Facebook

Education @ USGBC is the best way to learn everything LEED related and also keep up with what's going on with the parts of the world when it comes to sustainability topics. The team has done a great way to get all of the education providers in one site. Before, I had to search the web for topics and trainings that interest me. Now, I can go to one site and I know all sessions have been reviewed and got an approval from the USGBC team. Education @ USGBC is a definite must for everyone who's looking to get accredited or even to just keep up with the changes in construction and design processes, techniques, and technologies.

Project Engineer, BJ Perch Construction, Inc.
Pro Reviewer
5

Education @ USGBC provides a great variety of topics that range from basic comprehension to advanced comprehension. Courses are easy to follow along with and are assured to be relevant to the mission of USGBC. Aside from advancing your knowledge in green building the best part of completing a course is that course's CE hours are automatically reported to GBCI.

Architect, Hastings Architecture Associates, LLC
Pro Reviewer
5

Education @ USGBC is a great value compared to other on-line CEU providers. The wide variety of topics, new courses and the ease of access to the content make this my go-to platform to maintain my credentials. I especially enjoy watching presentations from USGBC chapters that are outside of my region. Seeing examples of projects, successes and lessons learned, as well as keeping up with the topics concerning others across the country is very important to me.

B. Arch./Project Designer/ Intl. Assoc. AIA, AVO/Freelance
5

Siento que he aprendido bastante con estos cursos para la obtención de una certificación de LEED que en español, se traduce como Liderazgo en Diseño de Energía & Ambiente a través del internet. Además de inglés y otros idiomas, hay cursos en perfecto español; como lo fue el de “Control de Erosión en Zonas Tropicales”. Estos cursos además de ser directos, son amenos, sencillos, sin perder el profesionalismo. Nos dan el entendimiento que muchas veces necesitamos, no solamente como arquitectos, ingenieros, constructores, sino que también como “comunidad que somos” para ayudarnos a concientizar la forma de cómo tratar a nuestro planeta Tierra de forma sostenible.

Director Sustainable Building Solutions, ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions
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Our teams are strongly encouraged to obtain a LEED credential for their day to day work at ASSA ABLOY. As a Platinum member of the USGBC, we are able to enjoy and utilize many of the online educational programs in preparation for exams, and for overall knowledge of LEED and greening of built environments. I have found the educational programs to be invaluable and my colleagues would agree!

Director of Market Transformation & Development, USGBC Florida Chapter

The USGBC South Florida, Florida Gulf Coast and Florida Capital Region Chapters have each offered the USGBC platform for green-building education for the past 18 months, and attendee reviews of the CE-driven webcasts have been extremely positive. From a Chapter administrative standpoint, it is a simple-to-use platform with a strong (and getting stronger) selection of high-quality education presentations.

Principal, Architecture Operations D.P.C.

Continuing Education hours for LEED and architecture license requirements are often seen as additional work to busy professionals in the building industry. CE Hours are often difficult to obtain, account, and track. I am very impressed by the subscription service offered by the USGBC and the ease that it brings to the process of obtaining Continuing Education (CE) credits. There is a wide range of courses offerings under the subscription service and the interface for viewing the webinars and handouts is easy to use. Best of all the immediate evaluation of the quiz results and issuance of certificates of completion (in PDF format) assure that credit has been given for the work done. I was impressed to see that CE course credits appeared to my USGBC account within minutes of completing each course so that I could promptly track my CE progress. I have been under pressure during the past week to complete my lapsed CE hours outside of my working day hours and the ease of USGBC education interface made a huge difference in enabling me to meet my deadline before by LEED Green Associate credential expired.

I will be recommending your education subscription services it to other professionals seeking CE hours.

In order to maintain my LEED Green Associate accreditation, I recently spent a number of hours using the new USGBC Education portal to complete the Continuing Education requirement. My experience of the site overall was positive, I never felt lost or confused on the site which is of course a major goal for website usability. The site responds very quickly, pages load without any fuss making it easy to move around the site. I particularly enjoyed the layout of the course detail pages, which have a good balance of imagery, a sufficient but not excessive amount of descriptive text, and visual cues such as the rating system icons which helped me to quickly decide whether or not the course was relevant to me. All the course videos I watched performed very well, I never had to wait an excessive amount of time for the content to load or buffer.

HVAC Department Manager, Partner, Ring and DuChateau

We have been enrolled with multiple subscribers to Education@USGBC for a few years now, and it has been a valuable resource not only for fulfilling and managing the credential maintenance requirements for our LEED certified employees, but also as a source of information relative to the projects we are involved with. There is a diverse background of courses that are readily available, ranging from very broad to very specific topics. The staff at USGBC has also been great to work with in setting up our enrollments and making us aware of all that Education@USGBC has to offer.

Managing Director, DCarbon
Pro Reviewer
5

Education @USGBC is highly recommended for anyone involved in the green building industry, regardless of their level of experience or background. Providing access to top quality educational courses contributes to effective continuing education on a great variety of sustainability topics. The inclusion in some courses of references to real case studies makes the experience of attending the courses even more valuable. The test at the end of each course effectively summarize critical knowledge gained throughout the course and the handouts in pdf format are very helpful for recalling useful information in the future.

Chief Environmental Officer, Alpenglow Advisory
5

Subscribing to USGBC@Education delivers a wide range of high quality, LEED focused educational content. For the LEED novice, this is arguably the most valuable resource available, but even for seasoned professionals the subscription provides value by showing ways to incorporate sustainability into green building projects that one may have never considered or experienced. By tapping into its diverse network of field practitioners and Education Providers, the USGBC's unique position in the green building industry has facilitated the creation of an education resource that is not only relevant and reliable, but utilizes varied approaches and techniques to ensure viewers remain interested and receive a valuable take away.

LEED & Sustainability Consultant, FITWEL Ambassador, PARKSMART Advisor, Project Coordinating Services, LLC
Pro Reviewer
5

If you've ever wanted a resource to get the latest information on sustainable design and construction, Education@USGBC is the place. For those that haven't tried it, there's no better way to "press the easy button" and access a wealth of information that can be utilized by beginners or seasoned professionals. One of my favorite courses was on lighting strategies. Most importantly, Education@USGBC is there for you to view and access at any time.

Vice President of Marketing, Product Development, and Design , ConTech Lighting
Pro Reviewer
5

Design, Construction, and Sustainability are all fields that are constantly changing. Education@USGBC is a single source from which you can get the latest information from all corners of these disciplines. From albedo to net zero and everything in between, there is a session that can provide you with new information. It is also a great resource to help grow your knowledge regardless of your level of practice, from beginner to expert, there is a session for you that can help you do your job or help you better understand those you are working with.

Senior Vice President, WSP USA
Pro Reviewer
5

Education@USGBC is not only a great way to fulfill your continuing education requirements, but it also contains helpful information. As an example, I recently was working on a project concerning Energy Star for Multi-Family and came across a detailed presentation with several very useful handouts. I recommend Education@USGBC!

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