Achieve LEED® Accreditation: Empower Your Sustainable Construction Journey

Introduction: Empower your expertise in sustainable construction with LEED® Accreditation, marked by the prestigious LEED® AP® designation. This certification, awarded by the United States Green Building Council (USGBC®), signifies mastery of the LEED® rating system and demonstrates proficiency across all aspects of sustainable building practices.

Overview of LEED® AP® Exams: The LEED® AP® exams assess knowledge in green building principles, specific LEED® rating systems, and certification procedures. Ideal for professionals actively involved in green building projects, these exams serve as a benchmark for industry expertise and commitment to sustainable practices.

Learning Objectives: Our program aims to provide participants with fundamental knowledge of green building and LEED®, covering topics such as Energy & Atmosphere, Water Efficiency, Indoor Environmental Quality, Location and Transportation, Integrative Strategies, and Project Surroundings & Public Outreach. Additionally, we equip participants with the necessary exam preparation to excel in their LEED® AP® exams.

Exam Information: The LEED® AP® exams are computer-based tests consisting of 100 multiple-choice questions. The duration of the LEED® AP® Exam is 2 hours, while the Combined Exam spans 4 hours and 20 minutes. To pass the exams, a minimum score of 170 is required, with a range of scores from 125 to 200. For Combined Exams, a score of 170 or higher on both parts is necessary to obtain the credential.

Re-Certification: LEED AP® certification is valid for two years and requires 30 Continuing Education Hours (CEs), including 6 LEED-specific CEs. Recertification can be achieved through various avenues such as Authorship, Education, Project Participation, and Volunteering. LEED®-specific activities include contributing to LEED® projects, volunteering in rating system development, creating LEED® case studies, and teaching GBCI-approved coursework on the LEED® rating system.

Course Content: Our comprehensive course covers essential topics including Integrative Process, Location & Transportation, Sustainable Sites, Water Efficiency, Energy & Atmosphere, Materials & Resources, Indoor Environmental Quality, Innovation, and Regional Priority.

Target Audiences: This program caters to a diverse range of professionals including Supply Chain Managers, Project Managers, Architects, Interior Designers, MEP Engineers, Civil Engineers, HVAC Professionals, Maintenance Engineers, Energy Engineers, Environmental Engineers, Construction Managers, Real Estate Professionals, and Contractors.

Requirements: Prior LEED® project experience is strongly recommended, as practitioner competency and project proficiency are objectively tested within the exam. Participants must be 18 years of age or older and hold a current LEED® Green Associate™ credential. Additionally, agreeing to GBCI’s Disciplinary and Exam Appeals Policy and meeting credential maintenance requirements is essential.

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