In the quest for being an expert in the green building design field, it is an imperative to aim for healthful conditions within the buildings you design and live in. This also includes the surroundings in which the building is located, together known as the built-environment. This takes us to the context in which the green building professionals have to work and prove their mettle.
Most of us live in a certain time and space in which modernity, rather than tradition, is the norm. We have made giant strides and progress in our way of living. While the developments made in all fields have made our lives more comfortable and convenient, this has also created some negative effects. We have embraced science wholeheartedly in our progress, yet we have ignored some of the lessons it gives us. To be fair, we need modern conveniences, yet we cannot and should not ignore traditional wisdom based on fundamental principles of nature. There is a balancing act that is not easy. So you see...we have a task at hand, a challenging one.
Who doesn’t love a challenge? As a professional in a field related to the building industry, you have the power to change the status quo. In order for you to make these life-transforming changes, knowledge is key. This is where your acquiring of knowledge becomes significant. A noble and achievable goal will be to become an expert and help the society at large. In the process, you will also be able to upgrade yourself in your professional expertise as well. Let me not get carried away. For there is a lot to do. Let’s get going!
What is covered in this course
- United States Green Building Council
- Rating Systems and Typologies
- LEED Green Associate Program
- LEED Green Associate Exam
- LEED Process and Certification
- The Global Context of LEED
- Green Buildings and LEED Key Concepts
- Impact Categories
- Credit Categories and Design Strategies
The format of the course is in pdf.
When you buy the course, you will receive Part1 immediately. Part 2 and Part 3 will be sent to your email within 24 hours.
Take the LEED! Lead the way!