Benefits of LEED Certification Training for Corporate Groups

October 12, 2011 at 9:09 pm 1 comment

Mark on the fourth floor is a LEED AP with the Building Design & Construction credential. How much impact do you think Mark has in his company if he is the only person LEED Accredited?

Any company developing a corporate sustainability strategy or working on a LEED Project should consider putting together a team of knowledgeable, experienced, and certified individuals. The impact from a group of LEED professionals is far more profound than the impact of one person. This team will be able to make better green building decisions that will likely satisfy more people and yield better results for the company.

In-house training is the most convenient and effective form of sustainability training you can get. An experienced instructor trains your employees on- site, on your schedule, and will teach exactly what you need. Avoid the hassle of organizing your employees’ schedules and transportation. Save everyone’s time by bringing in the trainer.

Companies and organizations of all sizes have engaged in corporate, in-house training. Such examples include Starbucks, Disney, U.S. Department of Energy, Ritz-Carlton, and the U.S. Air Force.

Learn more about LEED Certification Corporate Training.

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Entry filed under: LEED Certification.

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  • 1. Vendela pinto  |  October 9, 2014 at 5:59 am

    Thanks for Sharing such a innovative Post! I would also planning to take LEED training from the best research institute.

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