LEED v3 & v4 Project Experience for CE

LEED v3 and v4 Project Experience for CE


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You're a LEED credentialed professional ... so what's next?


GBRI’s LEED Project Implementation is a distinctive program offered to green building professionals seeking experience on a LEED-registered project for resume experience or for earning up to 10 LEED CE Hours and AIA HSWs. This program is also ideal for professionals looking for practical application based learning. 


We have strategically designed our LEED Project Implementation program to enable students to grasp LEED v3 and v4 credit intents, requirements, reference standards, calculations, strategies, challenges and processes in the background of a registered LEED project.



Students will have access to an actual LEED registered project, tools, calculations, plans and other documents. 



Coupon Code: ALLYR50


Why take GBRI’s LEED Project Experience Program?

  • Hands on experience

    Learn the LEED certification process by working on a real LEED v4 project and boost your resume status

  • Convenience

    Online and on-demand access to meetings

  • Flexibility

    The option to have: 4 weekly live meetings, 4 on-demand meetings, or a 1-day self paced power session

  • Expert Help


Starting August of 2014


About the Instructor

Jeslin Varghese

Jeslin Varghese, Director of Sustainability, holds a degree in Civil Engineering and a graduate degree in Construction Management from Texas A&M University. Originally from India, he is uniquely positioned to bring an Eastern perspective and marry it with western education and business strategies. Jeslin is a LEED AP BD+C and O+M and a Project Management Professional. An avid believer in sustainability, Jeslin brings enormous talent and engineering experience from the many green residential and commercial building projects he has worked on both in the US and overseas. During his spare time, he enjoys listening to eastern music and working with a nonprofit organization that he is part of.



What are the types of projects I will be working on?

At present we have opened 3 of the LEED registered projects (BD+C, ID+C and O+M) that we manage. You will be given credit for any work you do on these projects.


What if I miss the Project meeting? Are there recordings of the meetings?

All our webinars and meetings are recorded for future reference. All meeting participants will have access to our on-demand site.


Is your program officially recognized by USGBC or GBCI ?

As an approved USGBC Education Partner and AIA Provder, this program is approved for 10 GBCI LEED specific Hours (BD+C,ID+C and O+M) and 10 AIA HSWs 


More Questions?

Please don’t hesitate to contact us at projects@gbrionline.org if you have more questions related to our project experience program.

Additional Information


Available online every month on Wednesdays from 1-3 pm Eastern Standard Time

  1. What is the advantage of USGBC and AIA-approved education?
    All our courses have been reviewed by USGBC and AIA to guarantee that the information presented is accurate, up-to-date, and relevant for green building industry professionals. Only approved courses can be automatically reported for you to AIA and USGBC. In addition approved courses are also exempt from audits when you renew your credential.
  2. Can I earn all of my hours though GBRI?
    Yes! You may earn all 15 (for Green Associates) or 30 (for LEED APs) CE hours through GBRI’s approved education courses. We have a variety of courses (more than 250 CE hours) and package options to suit your individual needs,interests, and career path.
  3. Do I need both live and on-demand courses?
    No. Live, on-demand courses and articles carry equal weight for GBCI credential maintenance, and you do not need to complete all types to maintain your LEED credential. Some other professional accreditations may require live course participation, please check with the organizations which you are a member of for their specific requirements.
  4. Do you auto-report hours to AIA and GBCI?
    All our courses (live and on-demand) including the articles within the LEED CE book qualify for auto-reporting which means we can report your hours to GBCI and AIA on your behalf. We would need your GBCI and AIA credential details to do that.
  5. Do I need LEED project participation hours for my LEED Credential Maintenance ?
    No. While you may use project participation hours to maintain your LEED credential, you are not required to earn any hours through project participation. GBRI's v3 and v4 LEED Project Experience Program provides you hands-on experience on an USGBC LEED Project along with an opportunity to earn up to 10 CE Hours
  6. So how does GBRI's CE work?
    Choose your package (GA, BD+C, ID+C, O+M, ND or Homes) or choose an unlimited access subscription with access to all of the courses that you find most interesting. After registration, you will be sent a username and password for our on-demand site. This will allow you to access your personalized course curriculum anytime, at your convenience. For live webinars, you will be sent a login/ reminder 1 week in advance, and again the day before. Once you have completed a course, we will auto-report your hours for you with USGBC and AIA.
  7. More Questions?
    Please don’t hesitate to contact us at pathway@gbrionline.org if you have more questions related to our project experience program.


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  1. Gain Proficiency in the LEED Process & become a LEED Online expert
  2. LEED Credit intent and requirements – extended application in the context of a LEED v4 project
  3. Apply Green Building Strategies and document them for LEED Credit compliance
  4. Get Hands-on LEED Project experience for training and resume building
  5. Gain 10 LEED Specific CE Hours for LEED and AIA Credential Maintenance