This LEED Green Associate Exam Preparation Workshop is designed to prepare participants to pass the test with confidence– the first time. The workshop will focus on the key information necessary to pass the LEED Green Associate exam, including: - Introduction to Green Building - About USGBC and LEED - Location and Transportation - Sustainable Sites - Water Efficiency - Energy and Atmosphere - Materials and Resources - Indoor Environmental Quality - Innovation and Regional Priority - LEED Synergies - LEED Green Associate Exam Overview In addition to delivering the material in a clear and concise format, this workshop presents the types of questions that are asked on the exam so participants know what and how to study. The course utilizes scenarios from real world projects to help participants better understand and remember the material while providing an opportunity to put the concepts to practice.
Who is this for?
All industry professionals seeking to work on Green projects, especially those seeking to become LEED professionals (LEED Green Associates™) including, but not limited to, the following: - Architects - Engineers - Contractors - Consultants - Developers - Building Owners - Client Representatives - Environmental, Health and Safety Managers - Sustainability Managers - Facility Managers
This Course is for 3 Days 16-18 November , 3 Hours per Day. 4pm to 7pm KSA Timezone.
What you will learn?
LEED GA EXAM PREP LEARNING OBJECTIVES:- What do you need to study and what is too detailed for this Tier 1 LEED credential exam Know what fits into each core LEED category - Understand the difference between designing + building green (LEED BD+C) versus operating green day to day (LEED O+M) - Walk-through on each key concept within LEED Rating System - How to register for the exam, additional study tips (some people learn best by reading, others by listening, etc.), and what to expect on your exam day - Understand the level of difficulty for the LEED Green Associate exam and your studies (hint: lots of vocabulary and where does this green building concept fit into the LEED rating system)