Professionals Can Now Achieve â€¨USGBC LEED Credential in Four Weeks
FOREST HILLS, NY The new and all-inclusive LEED v4 Exam Preparation Package from education leaders GBRI is an innovative way for green building professionals, architects and engineers to earn their LEED credential, signifying their in-depth knowledge of the LEED rating system, building codes and standards. The GBRI approach to LEED education allows green building professionals to earn their USGBC LEED Credential quickly and easily: using the live online, in-person and online on-demand learning modules, professionals can achieve their LEED credential in as little as four weeks.
"Having worked in the field ourselves for decades, we get it. It's no easy task to make time for exam preparation: professionals today need the online, on-demand and in-person flexibility that our courses offer," said Kayla Gerstenberg, Director of Education.
There is no pre-requisite necessary to take the LEED exam; the All-Inclusive LEED v4 Exam Preparation Package includes everything professionals need to study for and pass the exam successfully. The package includes a study guide, online learning modules, and comprehensive practice exams with over 500 test questions (and explanations for each question). Offered online, online on-demand, and in-person, the course caters to many different learning styles and time schedules. Materials such as MP3 audio files, flash cards designed for studying on-the-go and memory charts are made available to aid the learning process. As GBRI boasts a large network of highly qualified instructors, courses are offered at locations throughout the United States and the world - from Vermont to Dubai.
Professionals can select from numerous specialties within the LEED credential: LEED Green Associate (GA), LEED AP Building Design + Construction (BD + C) and LEED AP Operations + Maintenance (O+M). Priced competitively, courses start at $199, and once signed up, students gain instant access so they can begin working toward their LEED credential immediately.