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USGBC LEED Workshops Coming to your Area

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  • Marlene Subhashini
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    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 16, 2007
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      Register Now!

      Spaces are still available in these upcoming LEED workshops.  Visit the USGBC Web site to register today!

      LEED for General Contractors/Construction Managers (8:30am to 12:30pm)
      December 14, 2007: Albuquerque, NM

      Energy Modeling for LEED for New Construction Projects (8:30am to 12:30pm)
      December 5, 2007: Sacramento, CA

      LEED for Homes Technical Review (8:30am to 5:00pm)
      December 7, 2007: Albuquerque, NM

      LEED for Existing Buildings Technical Review (8:30am to 5:00pm)
      December 7, 2007: Sacramento, CA

      LEED for New Construction Technical Review (8:30am to 5:00pm)
      December 19, 2007: Riverside, CA
      January 11, 2008: San Francisco, CA
      January 17, 2008: Tacoma, WA
      January 30, 2008: Novato, CA
      February 7, 2008: Tucson, AZ
      February 22, 2008: Orange, CA

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      For full workshop descriptions please visit the USGBC Workshop Descriptions page on our website.

      To learn more about the U.S. Green Building Council and LEED, please visit our homepage at www.usgbc.org.

      We hope to see you at the next workshop in your area!

      USGBC Workshop Registration fees:

      LEED for New Construction, Existing Buildings, Commercial Interiors, and Schools Technical Reviews (Full-day)
      Early Registration Fees:
      $345 National Member and $445 Non-Member
      Late Registration Fees :
      $375 National Member and $495 Non-Member*

      LEED for Homes Technical Review (Full-day)
      Early Registration Fees:
      $225 National Member and $275 Non-Member
      Late Registration Fees:
      $255 National Member and $325 Non-Member*

      All Half-day Workshops
      Early Registration Fees:
      $175 National Member and $225 Non-Member
      Late Registration Fees:
      $205 National Member and $275 Non-Member*

      *Please note that late registration rates take effect one week prior to workshop date.

      Sending several employees to a workshop?  
      If you have 10-14 employees that are going to attend the same workshop, you may receive a 10% discount while 15 or more attendees may receive a 15% discount on each individual registration fee. Prior to registration please contact workshop@... for more information and to receive a discount code to use when registering as the discount is not retroactive.

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      NEW! Online Course - LEED 101: Green Building Basics
      This course provides an introduction to the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and the basics of green buildings. After an overview of LEED Rating Systems, both what they are and how they work, a hypothetical LEED project illustrates the key concepts of integrated design.  The course also describes some next steps you can take towards integrating green into your practice, including becoming a LEED Accredited Professional.
      Register today ($25 registration fee)

      NEW! Online Course - Introduction to LEED for Schools
      Participants will understand USGBC and the LEED Rating Systems, and will be able to define green building. Participants learn about cost/retur
      n on investment of LEED for Schools projects, as well as the community benefits and outreach, and productivity and health benefits. Also covered are the integrated design process and its importance to the success of projects. Participants will gain knowledge of funding issues such as sources, bonds & tax issues, and decision makers to influence.
      Register today (FREE)

      NEW! Online Course - Introduction to LEED for Homes
      This course provides an introduction to green home building, as defined by the LEED for Homes Program, an overview of the key features of a LEED home and the related benefits of these features. The course concludes with a summary of the lessons learned in the LEED for Homes Pilot Program, and the basic steps required to build a LEED home.
      Register today ($25 registration fee)


      LEED Accreditation Exams:
      The new Accreditation tracks are now available and individuals can register to take the exam by visiting the Green Building Certification Institute.

      New Exam Tracks:
      LEED for Existing Buildings, v2.0
      LEED for Commercial Interiors, v2.0
      LEED for New Construction, v2.2

      If you have any questions or concerns about the new tracks please contact exam@....

       

       

       

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