Continuing Education

LEED AP ID+C Specific 6 CE Hour Package #1


CE Auto Reporting Includes 6 Required LEED Specific Hours

LEED AP ID+C CE Overview

LEED AP ID+C Continuing Education

6 Hours of Continuing Education Courses

Maintain your credentials the easy way – with USGBC approved courses designed to help meet the LEED requirements while learning about topics you’re interested in. This bundle includes:

  • required 6 hours of LEED AP ID+C specific CE Courses
  • easy to understand and follow video courses
  • automatic reporting of your CE hours directly to your USGBC or AIA account

LEED AP ID+C Bundle Details

Our bundles are designed to make it easy to stay on top of your LEED credentials. All courses in this 6 hour bundle are USGBC/GBCI and AIA (HSW) approved education. GBES employees and instructors have LEED credentials, ensuring that our content and courses are of the highest quality available.

Not a yearly subscription – you own the classes for life and they never expire. You will only be charged one time.

This bundle satisfies the LEED Specific hours requirements for your LEED Credential Maintenance – with 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed.

Course List

2 courses

  • LEED 2009 ID+C Rating System Review - Indoor Environmental Quality
    • 3.0 Hour Course | LEED Specific | AIA (HSW)
  • LEED 2009 ID+C Rating System Review - Energy and Atmosphere
    LEED 2009 ID+C Rating System Review - Energy and Atmosphere

    3.0 Hour Course | LEED Specific | AIA (HSW)

How it Works

Purchase CE Hours to use anytime
Access them Anytime in your Toolbox
Track Progress & Get Credit for your Courses

LEED & AIA CE Requirements

LEED Continuing Education: All LEED Green Associates must earn 15 continuing education hours within 2 years of earning their credential, 3 of which must be LEED-specific. LEED APs must earn 30 continuing education hours within 2 years of earning their credential, 6 of which must be LEED-specific.

AIA Continuing Education: All AIA Architect members must earn 18 Learning Units (LUs) each year, 12 of which must be in the topic area Health Safety, and Welfare (HSW).