LEED® for Green Associate PLUS
This two-day course prepares beginning green building professionals to pass the Green Building Certification Institute’s LEED® for Green Associate exam. It presents the core concepts of sustainable design and the nine LEED® Rating Systems.® Passing this first exam prepares attendees for the LEED AP status referred to as Tier Two.
CGRN-203 (16 Hours)
- Section MW02-Mays Landing Campus, Building T
2 Thursdays, March 19 & 26
9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Green Building Today!
Green building is a multibillion-dollar industry and the future of architectural design and construction. Are you prepared for the inevitable transformation of your profession? “Green Building Today!” will provide participants with an in-depth overview of the design and construction of Green High Performance Buildings and explore the most up-to-date and future building systems, technologies and materials.
The class is intended for architects, designers, contractors, builders, municipal officials and those seeking an understanding of green building principles and methodologies for professional or personal interest. The class will provide insight to more effectively achieve your company’s and client’s goals. Become a green leader…start building green today!
Instructor: Darren Molnar-Port, LEED AP, draws from nearly 20 years of environmentally responsive design and building experience.
CGRN-103 (4 Hours)
Fee: $69 (Tuition $40, Lab $29)
Email Susan DeCicco, or call 609.343.5655 for information on future classes.