Understand the core concepts of the LEED* rating system and prepare for your LEED* accreditation
LEED* is the most comprehensive of all building certification programs, promoting compact design, housing density, the use of sustainable materials, high performance building envelopes, healthy interior air quality, waste management and access to public transportation and existing infrastructure.
LEED* is the most prominent and recognized building rating system in the world. LEED* certified professionals position themselves as leaders in their fields, tapping into the growing demand for sustainably designed homes, neighborhoods and commercial buildings.
Offered at the NOVA Career Centre, this 2 day workshop (12 hours total) is the first step to achieving the certification of LEED* AP (accredited professional). The purpose of this course is to provide participants with an understanding of the core concepts of the LEED* rating system and to prepare them for the LEED* Green Associate exam.
The 2-day workshop (12 hours total) includes:
- The principles of sustainable and high performance building design / Core principles of the LEED* rating system / LEED* Green Associate exam preparation / Case study of LEED* buildings and their features
LEED* Green Associate Exam preparation
NOVA Career Centre
Saturday and Sunday
June 7 & 8, 2014
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (lunch not provided)
Location: NOVA – 70 Maple, Châteauguay, Qc
Registration: by phone or email (deadline May 30th)
Cost: $ 350 / person ($ 50 non-refundable deposit required) (taxes included)
Minimum of 15 participants required (maximum of 25) Age: 16 and over
Contact Gail for more information and to register: 450-691-2540 or firstname.lastname@example.org
nota bene: cost of LEED* exam not included
* LEED = Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design