LEED Certification Course

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The next LEED Green Associate Exam Preparation Course is scheduled for April 28-29 at the college's Victory Parkway campus.

Sessions start at 8:00 AM and run to 5:00 PM each day with continental breakfast and lunch provided within the registration fee.

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Call us at 513) 556-6553 and we'll guide you through registration,
Or email Danielle Prewitt at danielle.prewitt@uc.edu.

What is LEED? The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is an internationally accepted guide for the design, construction, and operation of green buildings. LEED® has been adopted by USA, Canada, United Arab Emirates, Mexico, China and India.

Why learn about LEED? Owners and developers are demanding green buildings to save money while protecting the environment and occupants’ health. More than 5000 building owners are currently seeking LEED® certification.

Who should attend? Industry professionals seeking to take and pass the LEED‐AP exam as well as looking to incorporate green strategies into their building projects: • Architects • Designers • Consultants • Owners • Engineers • Developers • Contractors • Manufacturers

What’s covered? The course will cover the LEED 2009 for New Construction in sufficient details for the participants to take and pass the LEED AP Green Associate test and/or the LEED AP+ Building Design and Construction.

How long is the course? To provide the in‐depth coverage of all the LEED credit requirements, intent, strategies and submittals, the duration of the course is 2 days. 

For more on LEED Exam requirements log onto http://www.usgbc.org/credentials/leed-ap/exam

Dr. Hazem Elzarka is a Professor of Construction Management at the University of Cincinnati, USA. He also taught at the Burns School of Real Estate and Construction Management, University of Denver. He is a registered professional engineer (PE) in the State of Ohio and is also a LEED Accredited Professional (LEED AP). He has consulted for major US and international construction firms including Centex Rooney, Stone & Webster, Fluor Daniel, and Chemonics. His consulting work primarily focuses on Green Buildings, Total Quality Management, sustainable construction, LEED certification. He has more than 50 publications in refereed journals and conference proceedings.

Additional Benefit:
You will receive extensive electronic materials. Feedback from previous course participants indicated that these materials were essential for studying for and passing the LEED AP test.

Cost: $800 per attendee


Call us at 513) 556-6553 and we'll guide you through registration,

Or email Danielle Prewitt at danielle.prewitt@uc.edu.

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