Who Should Earn the LEED Green Associate Credential?
The LEED Green Associate (GA) professional credential validates that you have learned the latest with green building fundamentals, covering commercial buildings as well as homes and neighborhoods. This Tier I USGBC/GBCI credential covers designing and building green as well as operating your buildings in an eco-friendly way. A LEED professional credential shows that you are a leader in your field and an active participant in the advancement of green buildings.
Who is the LEED Green Associate credential for? Typical careers and professionals taking the LEED Green Associate exam:
- Project Managers
- Material Suppliers
- Sustainability Consultants
- Building Owners
- Property Managers
The Building Design & Construction Rating System, which this credential exam pulls heavily from, applies to the following project types:
- New Construction and Major Renovation
- Core and Shell Development
- Data Centers
- Warehouses and Distribution Centers
On the LEED GA exam, there are additional questions that pull from Operations & Maintenance (O+M) and a little from Homes/Neighborhood Development. Our LEED GA exam prep materials will help set you up for success on exam day. Our LEED students have a 95% first time pass rate!
Already have the LEED GA credential and need to maintain it? Check out our LEED GA Continuing Education courses!