Back by popular demand! Fall LEED v4 Green Associate Exam Prep Course
100% of our Spring Exam Prep Course participants said they would recommend our class to colleagues, and many are already reporting a successful passing of the exam. Won’t you join the next wave of participants to earn the new LEED v4 Green Associate Accreditation?
Jump start your fall by signing up for our next LEED v4 Green Associate Exam Prep Course on Friday, October 23, 2015, 8 am – 5 pm!
Plus, Get a friend to register using a promo code sent to you after you register, and you’ll each receive a free signed copy of The Northwest Green Home Primer!
O’Brien & Company’s Building Capacity Classroom, Seattle, WA
$275/person, includes a free set of study tools (prep course workbook, 100 question practice exam, flashcards, acronym list, and more!)
Passing the LEED exam requires a working knowledge of LEED and green building as well as the ability to apply that knowledge to specific projects. This full-day session explains and demonstrates with real-life projects the Knowledge and Task Domains that are the basis of the LEED v4 Green Associate exam. This course is appropriate for people who may not be taking a specialization exam but would like a basic understanding of green building principles and general LEED processes and requirements, as well as those planning to take a LEED AP specialty exam.
Experienced LEED Accredited Professionals run each course using a participatory approach for adult learners. You will learn through a variety of interactive exercises, lecture, discussion and quizzes designed to enhance retention and application of knowledge beyond taking the exam, along with practical study tips and strategies to prep for and pass the exam.
“This was a great study session. Everything they said was important to know was present on the exam.”
“The in-class exercises make the information ‘sticky’, easier to understand and remember.”
“This course provided a general overview of the LEED GA exam, how it’s structured and most importantly provided the tools to study afterwards on my own so I could use my time for studying better.”