June 15th is the last day to take the credential exams with LEED v2009 content!
Pass your LEED exams before they change and become harder. The LEED Green Associate and LEED AP exams will evolve for the LEED v4 rating system in June. The last day to take the credential exams with LEED v2009 content will be June 15, 2014. The first day to take the exams with the new LEED v4 content will be June 30, 2014. No tests will be administered in between these dates.
Price for all three: $99.00
Price for both: $64.95
Our Virtual Classroom e-Learning delivers the same content as the classroom, with a live instructor, in real time, via the Internet. It's completely interactive - ask questions and get answers from the instructor.
In this 8-hour instructor-led virtual class you will learn about LEED Fundamentals and prepare for the LEED Green Associate Exam. All topics are geared toward understanding the core concepts of LEED and preparing you for the LEED Green Associate exam and for part one of the new two part LEED AP exam. Participants will receive training on the concepts that are fundamental to the LEED Rating Systems and will learn successful green building strategies. The training series concludes with an overview of recommended study methods, exam-taking skills and practice questions for the LEED Green Associate exam.
This course is delivered over the Internet. You must have a high-speed Internet connection. Audio can be listened to from your computer speakers or by dialing in through a phone (toll charges apply).
This course is divided into 11 modules.
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All of our trainers have extensive real-world LEED project experience and experience training others to prepare for the LEED exams.
Charlie Cichetti has over 12 years of experience in commercial construction, real estate development, consulting, and project management. Charlie has worked on over 45 Million SF of LEED, Energy Star, and Retro-Commissioning (RCx) projects for clients ranging from Jones Lang LaSalle and Hines to JP Morgan and Morgan Stanley. He is also a sought after trainer and speaker on green building topics.
Jason Kiefer holds a degree in Building Construction from Georgia Institute of Technology. He has widespread experience instructing LEED credential preparatory courses (personally taught over 4,000 students) and consulting on various LEED projects (all rating systems). His skills include sustainability research, existing building analysis, and strategic planning for integrated design, construction & operations.
Asa Posner graduated Summa Cum Laude from Emory University with a degree in Environmental Studies. He has worked as a LEED Project Manager for the last several years and has had a role on over 150 LEED projects in various market sectors. Asa's primary interest in sustainability involves the effects of urbanization and the built environment on ecosystem health.
Ashish Bagle holds a degree in Business Management from the Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia. He began his career in the facilities and electrical preventative maintenance industry, that developed into a passion for operational sustainability. He is currently a LEED Project Manager on SIG's LEED certification projects, including a 1.5M SF LEED O+M project in NYC and a sustainable suburban office park just north of Atlanta.
Took the exam and passed with a grade of 183. I would say the practice tests were the most helpful components of my preparation for the exam. You were correct in emphasizing them!! THANKS!
Juan Soler, CEM, LEED Green Associate, District School Board of Pasco County
I sat and passed my exam with a score of 190!
Charles H. Tint, LEED Green Associate, Second Ridge Capital