Course 1 (Mandatory): Introduction to LEED and the Integrated Design Process
Learn the evolution of the LEED Rating System and the specific program requirements and terminology used within the LEED framework. Topics will include Minimum Project Requirements (MPRs) for LEED certification registration, selecting the appropriate LEED Rating System based on project scope and the use of the Integrated Design Process (IDP). The course will also cover the importance of establishing the LEED project boundary and common terms and acronyms.
- Module 1: LEED Overview and History
- Module 2: Building and Integrated Design Processes
- Module 3: LEED Key Terms, Concepts, Calculations and Pre-Design Credits
- Module 4: LEED Key Terms, Concepts, Calculations and Pre-Design Credits
Course 2: Construction Credits, Process and LEED Documentation
In this course, students will establish an understanding of the general design process schedule, as well as critical interjection points for LEED requirements and documentation. Learn how to assign roles and responsibilities to project team parties for each credit and determine the specific role of the LEED Consultant as a project resource, the role of the project manager and the quality controller.
- Module 1: Building Construction Process
- Module 2: Construction Credits
- Module 3: Materials Credits Part I
- Module 4: Materials Credit Part II
- Module 5: Specifications Review
Course 3: LEED Documentation for Site Credits, Site Development and Water Efficiency Credits
Learn that some credits are inherent to the project site and should be considered during the site selection process. This course will also cover aspects of site development that can contribute to LEED credits, such as parking, heat island effect, stormwater management, open space, light pollution, landscape design and adaptations that can be made to site and building design to improve water efficiency.
- Module 1: Site Credits Part I
- Module 2: Site Credits Part II
- Module 3: Water Credits
Course 4: Energy and Atmosphere Credits and LEED Documentation
This course will discuss energy performance and measurement documentation requirements and the use of renewable energy sources. Gain an understanding of how energy and refrigerant use can contribute to global warming and other environmental impacts and how changes to the design can reduce operating costs and the environmental footprint.
- Module 1: Introduction to Energy Credits
- Module 2: Energy Performance Credits
- Module 3: Energy Measurement Credit
- Module 4: Renewable/Green Energy Credits
Course 5: The Commissioning Process and LEED Documentation
Learn the benefits of the commissioning process (Cx), the responsibilities of the Cx Authority, and the Cx process along with the documentation requirements as applied in LEED projects, including the differences between the prerequisite and the credit requirements.
- Module 1: Introduction to Energy Credits (repeat from Course 4)
- Module 2: Commissioning (Cx) Part I
- Module 3: Commissioning (Cx) Part II
- Module 4: Energy Measurement Credit (repeat from Course 4 plus specific focus on issues related to Cx)
Course 6: Indoor Air Quality and LEED Documentation
Establish an understanding of the benefits that are provided to building occupants by delivering a healthy indoor environment and the various aspects that need to be considered. Students will also learn the documentation that is required for the IEQ credits, including the reduction of source emissions, ventilation requirements, and the provision of daylight and views.
- Module 1: Indoor Air Quality Credits Part I
- Module 2: Indoor Air Quality Credits Part II
- Module 3: Indoor Air Quality Credits Part III
- Module 4: Indoor Air Quality Credits Part IV
Course 7: LEED Certification Process and Procedures and Innovation and Regional Priority Credits
Gain an understanding of the requirements for the Innovations and Regional Priority Credits and how they should be documented. This course will also address the LEED certification process, timelines and how to respond to requests from the LEED Review teams. In addition, it will cover effective building policy development as it relates to building operations.
- Module 1: Documentation Submission Process and LEED Certification Process (Split and Conventional)
- Module 2: LEED Review Procedures
- Module 3: Building Policy Related Credits
- Module 4: Innovation in Design and Regional Priority Credits
|Course 1: Introduction to LEED and the Integrated Design Process
|Course 2: Construction Credits, Process and LEED Documentation
|Course 3: LEED Documentation for Site Credits, Site Development and Water Efficiency Credits
|Course 4: Energy and Atmosphere Credits and LEED Documentation
|Course 5: The Commissioning Process and LEED Documentation
|Course 6: Indoor Air Quality and LEED Documentation
|Course 7: LEED Certification Process and Procedures and Innovation and Regional Priority Credits
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