Monday, January 26, 2015

LEED Green Building Training

The UCSC Sustainability Office will again be hosting LEED green building training to prepare students, staff and faculty for taking the Green Associate (GA) and/or the Accredited Professional (AP) exams.

Below are some details:
  • A LEED professional credential signifies that you are a leader in the green building field and an active participant in the green building movement. 
  • Draft course agenda may be viewed by clicking here. 
  • You must pass the LEED GA exam before you can sit for the LEED AP exam, however you can sit for both exams at the same time. 
  • Exams can be taken anytime. 
  • The courses include supplementary study materials, online community support and practice exams to help you prepare. 
  • The Sustainability Office will help to organize study groups after the courses. 
  • Courses are free and lunch will be provided. 
Note: If there is limited interest for the AP course, the S.O. may choose to postpone it and just do the GA course. Courses are only open to UCSC staff, faculty and students. Before we schedule the training, we need your input. If you would like to attend these trainings, please fill out the survey below by 5PM on Friday, January 30. This will help us gauge interest in each exam and figure out the best date and time (based on the instructor's availability).

Please fill out the brief survey below: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/8NYP66F
Email Chrissy Thomure cthomure [at] ucsc [dot] edu with any questions.

1 comment:

Emily said...

Great Post! The LEED GA exam requires general knowledge of LEED prerequisites and credits.With GBRI's Study Materials, earn your LEED Green Associate in as little as 5 weeks and LEED AP credential in as little as 7 weeks. Based on your schedule, attend the 4 week instructor-led live exam prep sessions OR utilize self-paced online on-demand exam prep modules.
To know more, visit https://www.gbrionline.org/learning-hub/