Interested in becoming a LEED Green Associate?
Add an impressive LEED Green Associate Credential to your resume in as little as 5 weeks
Congratulations on taking your first step toward earning your LEED Green Associate Credential! The LEED Green Associate credential denotes basic knowledge of green design, construction and operations. The two hour LEED Green Associate exam is also a prerequisite for all the LEED AP with specialty exams.
The key to earning a LEED Green Associate is a thorough understanding of green building and LEED. Ace the LEED Green Associate Exam with GBRI’s best-in-class all inclusive exam prep.
We are confident you will pass your LEED exam by following our recommended roadmap. Our money back guaranteed exam prep is now available for FREE with GBRI scholarships! Receive a full refund on your exam prep if you do not pass your exam.* Let GBRI help you take your career to the next level with your satisfaction guaranteed.
With GBRI’s Study Materials, earn your LEED Green Associate in as little as 5 weeks and LEED AP credential in as little as 7 weeks. Based on your schedule, attend the 4 week instructor-led live exam prep sessions OR utilize self-paced online on-demand exam prep modules. GBRI LEED Green Associate Exam Prep includes a study guide, 5 LEED Green Associate practice exams simulated like the actual exam, flash cards, memory charts, section wise quiz questions and much more!
*We also offer student, military, group, small business and corporate discounts. Contact us at [email protected] for more information.*
*Some conditions do apply. Registrant must complete entire exam preparation package and recommended roadmap as well as successfully pass all mock exams prior to taking the LEED exam. Should all measures be taken as advised and the registrant not pass the exam, GBRI will refund charges for the exam preparation package purchased. Documentation of exam date and score are required.
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Frequently Asked Questions
When and Where do I take the LEED Exam?
LEED exams are scheduled by Prometric Testing Centers. Testing centers are typically open six days a week. Since all LEED exams are computer-based, you will find out your results of your exam instantly.
What is the Difference Between LEED Certification and LEED Accreditation?
LEED Certification is for buildings. Buildings upon completion earn LEED Certification. LEED Accreditation is for individuals. Individuals who pass one of the LEED credentialing exams become LEED Accredited.
Are there any prerequisite to take the LEED Exam?
There are no prerequisites to take the LEED v4 exam. Everything you need is included in GBRI’s LEED Exam Prep Course Materials.
How do I access GBRI's LEED Exam Prep Course Materials?
Everything you need is available through our on-demand portal 24×7. All you need is a computer or laptop or tablet with internet access
Are there any discounts available for Veterans?
Veterans can take the LEED Exam for FREE. The Veterans Affairs (VA) will cover 100% of LEED Exam Fees for Veterans,Eligible dependents and Reservists who are looking to advance a career in the green building industry. Take GBRI (A USGBC Education Partner) LEED Exam Prep online or in-person at a location near you. You can learn more about the VA program here – http://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill/
What's Right for Me ?
LEED Green Associate (GA) is the first step in establishing yourself as a serious green building professional whether you’re a student, recent graduate or a professional.
LEED AP Building Design + Construction (BD+C) suits professionals with expertise in the design and construction phases of green buildings, serving the commercial, residential, education and healthcare sectors.
LEED AP Operations + Maintenance (O+M) suits professionals implementing sustainable practices, improving performance, heightening efficiency and reducing environmental impact in existing buildings through enhanced operations and maintenance.
LEED AP Interior Design + Construction (ID+C) serves participants in the design, construction and improvement of commercial interiors and tenant spaces that offer a healthy, sustainable and productive work environment.
LEED AP Neighborhood Development (ND) applies to individuals participating in the planning, design and development of walkable, neighborhoods and communities.
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