LEED V4: Are You Prepared for the Change?
This course highlights the major differences in terms of new credit categories, credits & prerequisites, reference standards and processes between LEED 2009 (the current version) and LEED v4.0 draft (the latest public comment draft). This course enables a building professional to better position themselves to adapt to the changes in USGBC's LEED green building rating system.
Two live sessions available: Join us on January 9th or 16th from 2:00-3:30 pm Eastern (GMT-5)
Prepare for the future of green building by learning about the newest version of the rating system... and did we mention that it's free?
Click here to register for the January 9 session (2:00-3:30 pm Eastern/ GMT-5)
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LEED V4: Are You Prepared for the Change?$0.00
High-Performance Healthcare Facilities
Healthcare is a growing part of our economy and our lives. This course focuses on how healthcare facilities can be designed to serve patients effectively and efficiently, looking at costs, ROI, and patient outcomes. The LEED for Healthcare and Green Guide for Healthcare standards will be outlined, and we will look at how green building features impact recovery times and patient outlooks. Case studies of sustainable healthcare centers will be presented. This course is worth 2 GBCI and AIA CE hours, and will be broadcast live on June 12, 2013, at 1:00pm Eastern. The session will be available on demand starting June 21.
High-Performance Healthcare Facilities$49.00
The Policy and Politics of Green Buildings
This 2 CE-hour course will look at how policy on the national and state level effects green building practices and prominence. Tax incentives, environmental regulations, state investments, and other factors all influence owner’s options for building green and the economic viability of sustainable structures. We will look at provisions that limit green buildings as well as those that encourage it, and explore solutions that are working on several levels. This course will fall into the Stakeholder Involvement in Innovation category.
The Policy and Politics of Green Buildings2 CE–hour course $75.00
The Economics of Green Building
This 2 CE hour course will be an in-depth exploration of the real costs and economic benefits of green building. Economic viability is an integral part of true sustainability, and this course will demonstrate how green building projects can overcome financial barriers. 2 CE hours for Stakeholder Involvement in Innovation.
The Economics of Green Building2 CE hours for Stakeholder Involvement in Innovation. $75.00
The International Green Construction Code - How Does This Affect You?
This course reviews the 2012 International Green Construction Code (IGCC) developed by the International Code Council (ICC). IGCC was developed to set a new standard for new and existing buildings seeking to reduce their environmental footprint. There are two characteristics that make the IGCC unique. First, it offers voluntary adoption by state and local jurisdictions. Second, it is flexible and adaptable, and represents the first model code that incorporates sustainability strategies for projects from design through post-occupancy. There are several levels of compliance, as well as project electives which are adopted when jurisdictions require higher performance. In this course, there is a discussion of the IGCC development process, the relationship of IGCC to other recognized codes and standards. We will also look at the standard itself, what areas of sustainability are considered, compliance levels and criteria, and examples of compliant projects.
This course is worth 2 GBCI and AIA-approved CE hours, and will be broadcast live February 27, 2013 at 2PM EST. The on demand version will be available beginning March 1.
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The International Green Construction Code - How Does This Affect You?from $75.00
Green Schools I: Design Elements
This course is the first in a two-part series by GBRI senior research associate Craig Schiller, which will explore green educational facilities in-depth. Part one, Design Elements, will look at school design and at what strategies and features are most beneficial, easy to implement, and significant. LEED criteria and case studies will be included. Craig is a senior research associate with GBRI, and has worked as a consultant on several green building projects. This session will be broadcast live on April 17, 2013, at 1:00pm Eastern, and will be available on demand beginning April 19.
Green Schools I: Design Elementsfrom $75.00
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Mark A. Cascoa, PE, CEM, LEED AP, Siemens Industry, Inc.
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