Continuing Education

LEED AP O+M 30 CE Hour Package #2


CE Auto Reporting Includes 6 Required LEED Specific Hours

LEED AP O+M CE Overview

LEED AP O+M Continuing Education

30 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:

  • Everything you need for your two year credentialing period
  • Required 6 hours of LEED AP O+M 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 O+M Bundle Details

Our bundles are designed to make it easy to stay on top of your LEED credentials. All courses in this LEED AP O+M 30 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 all of your requirements for your LEED Credential Maintenance, including the required LEED specific hours – with 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed.

Course List

17 courses

  • LEED v4 O+M Rating System Review - Location and Transportation and Sustainable Sites
    LEED v4 O+M Rating System Review - Location and Transportation and Sustainable Sites

    2.5 Hours | LEED Specific | AIA (HSW)

  • LEED v4 O+M Rating System Review - Water Efficiency

    1.5 Hours | LEED Specific | AIA (HSW)

  • LEED v4 O+M Rating System Review - Energy and Atmosphere
    LEED v4 O+M Rating System Review - Energy and Atmosphere

    2.5 Hours | LEED Specific | AIA (HSW)

  • LEED v4 O+M Rating System Review - Materials and Resources
    LEED v4 O+M Rating System Review - Materials and Resources

    1.5 Hours | LEED Specific | AIA (HSW)

  • LEED v4 O+M Rating System Review - Indoor Environmental Quality
    LEED v4 O+M Rating System Review - Indoor Environmental Quality

    2.5 Hour Course | LEED Specific | AIA (HSW)

  • Top 10 Trends Influencing Workplace Design
    Top 10 Trends Influencing Workplace Design

    1.0 Hours | LEED General | AIA (HSW)

  • The Path to Net Zero
    The Path to Net Zero

    1.0 Hour | LEED General | AIA (HSW)

  • Death Star vs. Hobbit Hole - A Tale of Two LEED Projects
    Death Star vs. Hobbit Hole - A Tale of Two LEED Projects

    2.0 Hour Course | LEED Specific | AIA (HSW)

  • PassivHaus
    PassivHaus

    1.5 Hours | LEED General | AIA (HSW)

  • Passive Hybrid Downdraught Cooling
    Passive Hybrid Downdraught Cooling

    1.5 Hours | LEED General | AIA (HSW)

  • LEED in Practice: LEED for New Construction Case Studies
    LEED in Practice: LEED for New Construction Case Studies

    1.5 Hour Course | LEED Specific | USGBC AIA (HSW)

  • Guide to Commissioning for Existing Buildings
    Guide to Commissioning for Existing Buildings
    • 2.5 Hour Course | LEED General | AIA (HSW)
  • Greening the World's Restaurants: Green Restaurant Certification
    Greening the World's Restaurants: Green Restaurant Certification
    • 1.5 Hour Course | LEED General | AIA (HSW)
  • Best Practices in Architectural Acoustics
    Best Practices in Architectural Acoustics

    1.5 Hour Course | LEED Specific | AIA (HSW)

  • Brownfield Remediation
    • 2.0 Hour Course | LEED Specific | AIA (HSW)
  • Building Automation Systems
    • 1.5 Hour Course | LEED General | AIA (HSW)
  • LEED v4 BD+C Rating System Review - Sustainable Sites
    LEED v4 BD+C Rating System Review - Sustainable Sites

    2.0 Hour Course | LEED Specific | AIA (HSW)

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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).