Will LEED Training Help Me Get a Job?

January 13, 2011 at 2:25 pm 1 comment

An internationally acclaimed certification, LEED represents the streamlining of building efficiencies. With “green” initiatives on the rise, candidates carrying the expertise to implement cutting-edge construction techniques are being rapidly absorbed by the job market.

Simply put, the implementation of LEED standards makes money across the board. Construction companies leverage their improved expertise for higher fees, while consumers save big with long-run energy and waste savings. The value added to a building by LEED certification ripples into every faucet of construction and maintenance for decades.

What’s more, many projects receive real government dollars for meeting LEED standards. Grants, low-interest loans… even tax exemptions can be found for LEED registered projects around the country. More than just satisfying environmental niche markets, LEED-registered building has been known for both its short and long-term financial advantages.

Within a single company, the real value of a LEED certified employee may translate into millions in revenue. That’s why LEED training does just what it says—it puts candidates in the “lead” for each open position they apply to. HR managers that stumble across LEED certifications on a resume aren’t soon to forget it (or the effect that candidate can have on their bottom line).

For more information about giving your career an edge, visit Everblue.edu.


Entry filed under: LEED Certification.

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Luciana shakespeare  |  October 6, 2014 at 8:07 am

    Thanks for sharing such a informative blog post about LEED training !


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