Workshop: LEED Credential Exam Preparation<< All Events
Workshop: LEED Credential Exam Preparation
Are you ready to earn your LEED credential? Do you need to revamp your LEED knowledge with the newest version? How is LEED different from CALGreen and local green building ordinances? What other green building rating systems are there in the market and how do they differ from LEED?
This full-day LEED v4 training is designed to update attendees about the green building market, to prepare them to become LEED Green Associate or LEED AP, and to fulfill continued education requirements. The class will cover the basics of sustainability, the need for green building rating systems, and will review in detail the requirements for every credit of the LEED v4 BD+C scorecard with examples from real projects. The workshop explains how the newest USGBC update – LEED v4.1 beta – differs from the current version LEED v4.
The training includes instructions on how to sign up for the LEED accreditation exam, as well as in-class and take-home practice test questions. No prior knowledge of LEED is required to attend the workshop.
Lunch will be provided thanks to generous support from SOM.
- Get ready to pass the LEED accreditation exam.
- Understand how the green building market has evolved and what direction is expected to take in the foreseeable future.
- Identify the difference between “mandatory” and “voluntary” green building requirements in building codes, local ordinances, and rating systems.
- Become a leader in the green building industry with real knowledge of sustainable design and construction techniques and certification processes.
About the Presenter
Adhamina Rodriguez, AIA
Adhamina is the founder and CEO of AR Green Consulting and has over 20 years of experience bridging interdisciplinary teams to improve sustainability in buildings. She is an accomplished LEED administrator and has been involved in the certification of hundreds of projects.
Adhamina teaches about sustainable design and construction at U.C. Berkeley Extension since 2009, and lectures at Stanford University since 2001. Engineering-News-Record recognized Adhamina in 2011 among California’s Top-20-Under-40 for her work in sustainability. Pledge 1% Women-Who-Lead featured Adhamina in 2017 for creating change within her workplace and community. Adhamina is an Architect from the University of Seville (Spain), and has a Master’s Degree from Northwestern University’s Civil and Environmental Engineering Department.
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- General Admission: $195
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