By Alexander Landa
On October 19th, 2016, we held an exciting day-long prep course for a LEED accreditation exam. We had a busy day, a full room, a tasty breakfast, and a filling lunch. If you were one of the attendees, then we thank you! If you didn't get a chance to make it, then here's what you missed, and you can register for the next course on November 29th here.
The first half of the day saw Celis Brisbin going over the basics of LEED v4, covering what LEED is, the different titles you can obtain, what you can do with this accreditation, and more. If you're not familiar with LEED at all, then this is the workshop to learn everything from start to finish.
The afternoon session was lead by Matt Smith of The Green Engineer. He walked everyone through many of the specific topics that any LEED Associate needs to know, and what to expect on the exam. The end of the course saw both Celis and Matt going through practice questions; it was clear that the room paid attention and will surely pass!
If you haven't taken a LEED exam yet, then you should definitely attend our next prep course. There were college students and young professionals at this meeting, and they walked out much more confident, especially since they walked in with only ideas of what LEED is.
We hope to see you at the next course! You can also come learn more at the Healthy Materials Summit next week – please register here!