Date(s) - 25/04/2017
9:30 am - 4:30 pm
IGBC Members €300 (Non Members €400) – Price includes all materials, including the LEED Green Associate study guide and Core Concepts
This LEED GA (Green Associate) training programme helps professionals get started on the path to LEED accreditation. There are a number of professionals and companies in Ireland that are tendering for and working on LEED projects, which is creating a need for LEED Green Associate and LEED Accredited Professional training.
The LEED Green Associate training programme consists of a one-day presentation and workshop to review fundamentals of the LEED systems, the LEED Green Associate exam topics, along with the LEED Green Associate Study Guide and Core Concepts.
Participants are also given access to LEED v4 webinars published by the US Green Building Council.
Please note: This programme is not required to take the LEED Green Associate exam, but provides participants with an understanding of the LEED systems and processes for the LEED Green Associate exam, as well as a foundation for working on LEED projects in Ireland or abroad. Also note that LEEDv4 is the only system under which you can take the USGBC exams, even though you may be working with other LEED systems on your current projects.
To take the exam you will need to register separately through the USGBC in order to schedule an exam through Prometrics exam centres in Ireland. For full detail on this process download the LEED Green Associate Candidate handbook here.
- Green Building and the US Green Building Council
- What is LEED and what is the US Green Building Council?
- LEED Rating Systems
- Registration and Certification
- LEED Categories and Credits
- LEED Professionals
- Review and discussion on LEED categories via a practical session
- About the LEED Green Associate Exam
- Printed Materials/Books
- Candidate Handbook
- LEED Green Associate Study Guide
- Green Building and LEED Core Concepts
About the presenter:
Devyn Olson-Sawyer, LEED BD+C, has been a LEED Accredited professional since 2002. Her experience includes projects in the United States and Ireland, and she is an active sustainability consultant and presenter in a number of areas. Devyn is a co-founder of the Irish Green Building Council and currently serves on the IGBC board.