LEED for Homes Green Rater Training Online

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LEED for Homes Green Rater Training Online

Time: September 20, 2017 at 9am to September 21, 2017 at 6pm
Location: Webex Online
Website or Map: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/…
Phone: 616458 6733
Event Type: training
Organized By: Brett Little
Latest Activity: Jul 14

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With over 300,000 LEED® for Homes™ spaces worldwide, LEED is the international rating system to ensure residential building are better. LEED requires third-party on-site verification and performance testing by a LEED Green Rater and demand is growing. If you’re interested in filling this need as part of USGBC’s LEED for Homes Green Rater program, this training is for you!

The LEED for Homes Green Rater Training is designed to prepare qualified participants to provide verification services on LEED for Homes projects.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify responsibilities of a LEED for Homes Green Rater in each phase of a project
  • Manage and conduct verification activities
  • Effectively use the project checklist file
  • Communicate effectively with project teams and LEED for Homes Providers
  • Apply the sampling protocol on applicable projects
  • Prepare accurate and complete certification submittal packages
  • Speak to major changes when V4 for Homes is launched

 

Audience

This training is intended for professionals with a minimum of three years’ experience in the residential construction industry and basic residential green building knowledge who are interested in providing verification services on  LEED for Homes projects. Those with a background in on-site verification and/or energy rating are particularly qualified along with HERS, ASHRAE or BPI professionals.

Where - Webex online platform 

When - 4 sessions & 2 days, Wednesday & Thursday, 9:30 am to 1:30 Est break 2:30 pm to 6:30 Est Each day

Continuing Education - 14 hours
This course, like all USGBC LEED education programs, meets GBCI eligibility requirements for the LEED Green Associate.

RESNET:
BPI:  
8.5 CEUs
GBCI / LEED APH Specific
 

AIA/HSW
BOMI
CoreNet
CSI: 1.6 (CEU)
NARI Green
Certified Green Professional 
Certified GreenHome Professional
AIBD

 

Instructor - Jason La Fleur, Managing Building Scientist @ Eco Achievers
Jason founded Eco Achievers in 2007 to help owners, builders, architects and developers realize that incorporating green building practices is not only achievable but also rewarding. Jason oversees client services helping project teams develop design and construction strategies to build better-performing buildings. Additionally, he directs education programs and helps project teams throughout the upper Midwest build third-party verified green homes that meet LEED and ENERGY STAR standards.

 Jason has helped ensure nearly 300 projects spanning single to multifamily midrise are certified to LEED for Homes standards. 

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