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LEED Green Associate

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Understanding the need to educate and train in sustainable development principles and strategies, the USGBC has designed several professional credentials that demonstrate different levels of knowledge and skills for the application of the LEED Certification System. The LEED guides propose a series of design and performance strategies to be implemented in a structure with the purpose of addressing the environmental impact issues as well as the operation and maintenance costs related to excessive consumption of energy, potable water and materials. It also aims to improve the interior environment of buildings to promote the production, use and welfare of the occupants and the surrounding community. To maximize the results of the application of the strategies proposed by LEED, the scheme is based on propitiating the synergy between the diverse systems existing in a structure. This theory seeks to create closed cycles where the product of one process turns out to be the input of another. The proposal seeks to combine well-known strategies with modern technology to address the life cycle of a building. In addition, LEED provides metric tools that allow evaluating the most productive way to apply these strategies seeking their implementation from an integrated and iterative planning. The LEED Green Associate credential demonstrates knowledge and non-technical skills to understand and support strategies, ideas and practices that form the basis of sustainable construction, as well as the critical points of the operation and maintenance of structures, specifically related to the LEED program.

المخرجات الرئيسية

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Integrated execution of tasks and certification process in a LEED project.
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Sustainable strategies for site selection and related transportation impacts.
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Operational efficiency, improved performance and costs effectiveness related to the use of water and energy in a building.
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Sustainable building materials and resources.
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Quality of the interior environment for superior occupants’ productivity and performance.

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USGBC communities around the world, comprised of members and volunteers, are at the forefront of driving the development of green buildings and spaces. By localizing our community’s issues and stories, we can truly drive market transformation from a grassroots perspective. Explore LEED projects in your region in the LEED project directory. Take the next step and get involved—find your region below and learn more about how leaders in your area are growing the green building movement.

محتوى الدورة التدريبية

Day 1
Integrated Process USGBC, GBCI and Leed
General concepts about sustainable construction Problems of the current paradigm of construction and justification of sustainable construction Systems that make up a building Product life cycle and buildings Integrated process
Mission of the “US Green Building Council” (USGBC)
Market Transformation Development of LEED guides Promotion and lobbying for sustainable construction
Mission of the “Green Business Certification Inc.” (GBCI) and its processes
Processes related to the certification of projects and professional credentials Certification and re-certification programs for buildings Relationship between the GBCI and the USGBC
LEED V4 Rating Systems
Markets Categories of LEED Systems Certification levels Impact Categories of LEED Systems and distribution of points / credits Minimum requirements of the LEED program
Location and Transportation
Environmental problems related to transportation Carbon Dioxide Emissions Urban planning theory Smart Growth Land use categories in LEED
Sustainability strategies related to the location of a project and the changes that this causes in transportation
Border of a LEED project Footprint of the project Footprint of the building Metrics of occupation Sensitive land Priority development sites Density surrounding a project Miscellaneous uses Soil-area ratio Metric on distance of vehicular trips
Sustainability strategies related to the location of a project and the changes that this causes in transportation
Protection of sensitive places Selection of priority development sites Metrics of selection of places taking into account the density surrounding the project and accessibility to diverse uses Adequate access to means of mass transportation Facilities for cyclists Reduction in the footprint of parking lots Green vehicles
Environmental problems related to the location of a project
Relations between the built environment and ecological services Restoration and ecological preservation in a construction project
Relevant concepts
Studies of the location Low impact development Green infrastructure Solar reflectance index Light pollution Heat island effect Integrated pest management
Sustainability strategies related to the development of the site of a project
Site initial evaluation Prevention of pollution caused by construction activities Protection or restoration of the development site Provision of open spaces Management of precipitation and runoff Reduction of heat island effect Reduction of light pollution
Day 2
Background information on the global water resource crisis
Shortages of the resource Demand on the resource
Relevant concepts
Efficiency in the use of water Water conservation Alternative water sources Reference point for water consumption metrics Metrics for use of faucets and sanitary equipment Gray and black water Low flow faucet Process water Recovered water Xerophytic vegetation Demand profile of the water resource
Sustainability strategies related to the use of water resources outside the building
Elimination or reduced use of irrigation systems Selection of xerophytic species Efficiency of irrigation systems Acceptable alternative sources of non-potable water
Sustainability strategies related to the use of water resources inside the building
Consumption reduction Efficient taps Acceptable alternative sources of non-potable water Use of water in cooling towers Measurement of water use
Environmental problems related to the production and consumption of non-renewable energies
Refrigerants Exhaustion of resources
Profile of the energy performance of a building
Design of the structure Interaction between the systems of a building
Synergies in the use of energy
Energy and water consumption Energy and ventilation Energy and interior lighting Energy and interior design
Relevant concepts
Reference point for energy performance metrics of a building Automated building system Energy model Green energy Zero energy Waste for energy Renewable energy outside the location Process energy Source energy
Sustainability strategies related to the use of energy
Demand reduction Preliminary establishment of consumption goals Appropriate size of buildings Use of the existing urban environment to protect new buildings from extreme environmental conditions Use of energy modeling Response programs according to energy demand level Energy audits, studies and monitoring Energy efficiency and performance Alternative energy sources on-site and off-site Refrigerant selection Continuous measurement of energy use and performance Energy commissioninge

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This highly practical and interactive course has been specifically designed for
Engineers
Architects
Owners
Investors
Contractors
Consultants
Appraisers
Environmentalists
Planners
Economists
Educators
Real estate brokers

التعليمات

What language will the course be taught in and what level of English do I need to take part in an LEORON training program?
Most of our public courses are delivered in English language. You need to be proficient in English to be able to fully participate in the workshop and network with other delegates. For in-house courses we have the capability to train in Arabic, Dutch, German and Portuguese.
Are LEORON Public courses certified by an official body/organization?
LEORON Institute partners with 20+ international bodies and associations.We also award continuing professional development credits (CPE/PDUs) for:1. NASBA (National Association of State Boards of Accountancy) 2. Project Management Institute PDUs 3. CISI credits 4. GARP credits 5. HRCI recertification credits 6. SHRM recertification credits
What is the deadline for registering to a public course?
The deadline to register for a public course is 14 days before the course starts. Kindly note that occasionally we do accept late registrations as well, but this needs to be confirmed with the project manager of the training program or with our registration desk that can be reached at +1071 4 1075 5711 or [email protected]
What does the course fee cover?
The course fee covers a premium training experience in a 5-star hotel, learning materials, lunches & refreshments, and for some courses, the certification fee and membership with the accrediting bodies.
Does LEORON give discounts?
Yes, we can provide discounts for group bookings. If you would like to discuss a discount on a corporate level, we will be happy to talk to you.

التعليقات

  • عرض:
    Perfection is reached in this training. Thanks Leoron. Special thanks to Mr. Onell, and to Miss Teodora.
    Alaa Mahrus
    ELM Company
  • عرض:
    It was a pleasure to be taught and educated in LEED Green Buildings by LEORON , I feel I have learned so much over the past few days, it will be knowledge that I will practice, hone, and carry with me for the rest of my life. This course and your methods of teaching have changed the way I observe the world, I look at everything differently after taking this training. Energy Saving, Enviromental Protection and promoting the quality of life are the new three elements that I gained from the training and will carry with me in business and life.
    Hussain Al Bazroon
    Alstom Transport – Riyadh Metro