Who benefits from earning a LEED Green Associate accreditation?

August 24, 2010 at 2:42 pm 1 comment

Anyone interested in understanding more about building energy efficient, sustainable commercial and residential buildings and communities should take the necessary steps to becoming LEED GA accredited.  LEED, which was developed by the U.S. Green Building Council, is the most expansive environmental design and green building certification.  It is not only one of the most recognized certifications in the industry, but it is also the benchmark for meeting the gold standard in sustainability.  This green building and maintenance approach serves everyone by conserving resources and creating a healthier environment.  But to the individuals in the building design, construction, and operations industries, it means becoming a more marketable, in-demand professional.  Such individuals include, but are not limited to, Mechanical Engineers or Engineering Managers (PE), Project Managers (PM), Sustainability Consultants, Commissioning Services Engineers HVAC, LEED/Green Building Sales Representatives, Project Architects, Electrical Engineers, Interior Design Architects, Energy Analysts, and Project Architects.
The LEED GA certification is the first step in becoming part of this fast-growing field.  It provides a high-level view of the many areas of sustainable building including the LEED rating systems, building types, and methodologies.  In order to gain this credential, one must take a LEED GA course covering this information and receive a certificate of course completion or gain LEED project experience and provide a letter proof.  This is followed by a computer-based exam designed by the USGBC.   To find out more about LEED Green Associate, available training courses, and other energy-saving certifications, visit Everblue Training Institute’s website http://www.everblueenergy.com, the nation’s leading green educator.
To find out more about LEED Green Associate, available training courses, and other energy-saving certifications, visit Everblue Training Institute’s website www.everblue.edu, the nation’s leading green educator.
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  • 1. Vendela pinto  |  October 14, 2014 at 8:05 am

    Fantastic Post! As, i am also looking for best research institute in order to take LEED GA Exam Prep study material.

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