BD+C 251 --Understanding Building Design + Construction LEED Rating Systems
BEST IN SOUTH FLORIDA!
With grateful thanks to Trane South Florida, our sponsor for USGBC LEED-related workshops in 2013, the USGBC South Florida Chapter proudly offers workshop to our members and friends. To learn more about our sponsor, click on the Trane logo. To see our entire 2013 workshop program listing, click here.
In a nutshell ...
You will gain essential knowledge of the LEED BD+C rating systems.
This course provides a foundation for pursing the LEED AP BD+C Exam.
It will also provide you with the Continuing Education credits/units noted below.
Description: Gain essential knowledge of the LEED BD+C rating systems, including credit intents, key elements, main requirements, and referenced standards; synergies among credits; and foundations of the LEED certification process, including basic documentation considerations.
Throughout the day, our LEED Faculty instructor will engage you in discussions and interactive activities based on real LEED projects to enforce what you’ve learned. LEED 201: Core Concepts & Strategies is recommended prior to taking this course.
Additionally, the course will help you:
- Recognize the unique aspects of the BD+C and the differences between each rating system.
- Identify the minimum program requirements for BD+C.
- Describe the goal, intent and requirements.
- Identify synergies between BD+C credits.
- Plan for key considerations and requirements for the LEED Certification process.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Professionals (architects, engineers, construction managers, contractors, developers, attorneys, etc.) already familiar with the core concepts of LEED; individuals pursuing GBCI’s LEED AP BD+C credential; LEED APs following the prescriptive path; LEED APs looking to brush up on the BD+C rating systems.
Instructor: LEED Faculty Member Rob Hink. One of the region's most popular instructors, Rob brings real-world work experience and an infectious enthusiasm to his classrooms.
Date, Time, Location and Tuition: March 22 at Trane's Miramar office, from 8:30am until 5pm. Light lunch provided. USGBC South Florida Member course registration cost is $199. Non-member cost is $229.
To Join the Chapter ... and save registration monies on this and other USGBC workshops, as well as support our nonprofit organization's efforts to make a green difference in South Florida, click here. To review benefits, including listing in our online, searchable membership directory, click here.
|GBCI CE Hours
|GBCI CE Hours (LEED BD+C Specific)
Registration: To register, click on the Registration button in the shaded box.
Directions: From FL-826: Exit on 57th Avenue, head north to Miramar Parkway. On Miramar Parkway, turn right (east) to Executive Way and make a left (north). Follow the winding road until the end (1/4 mile) and find the Trane office on the right.
From FL Turnpike: Exit on 57th Avenue, head north to Miramar Parkway. On Miramar Parkway, turn right (east) to Executive Way and make a left (north). Follow the winding road until the end (1/4 mile) and find the Trane office on the right.
Questions? Contact Stefano Fontana or Lee Cooke.
Cancellation ... In the event a minimum attendance is not reached as determined solely by the USGBC South Florida Chapter, the Chapter reserves the right to cancel this workshop up 48 hours in advance. Individuals affected by a cancelled workshop will be entitled to a full refund of their registration monies or a transfer of registration to another workshop offered by the USGBC South Florida Chapter.