Chaffey College Department of Economic Development is proud to provide a series of Green Building educational courses for individuals in the construction field. These events are brought to you through the educational partnership with The Inland Empire Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council and Chaffey College Department of Economic Development.
An introduction to sustainability, green building design and the LEED rating systems
an explanation of LEED certification and accreditation
an introduction to the family of LEED rating systems and application guides; an overview of costs,summary of design and construction processes
and a review of the LEED NC rating system and selected criteria.
WORKSHOP: LEED Test Prep 2-Day Intensive
This course will provide a complete overview of the LEED 2.2 New Construction Rating System and is designed to supplement a candidate’s preparation for the LEED New Construction Accredited Professional Exam. It will include one full day and one half day course on consecutive days.
What is LEED?
DAY ONE (8 AM-5PM) - Full-day seminar detailing the LEED Certification process and the LEED 2.2 New Construction Reference Manual. We will focus on the four main categories of the Accreditation Exam including:
Knowledge of the LEED Credit Intents and Requirements
Project Team Roles & Responsibilities
Implementation of the LEED Process
Technical Analyses of LEED Credits
An outline of the power point presentation will be provided at the class but each participant is strongly encouraged to bring their copy of the LEED New Construction Reference Manual for use throughout the class.
DAY TWO (8AM-12PM) - 1/2-day seminar will test your knowledge of the LEED Rating System. Attendees will take a mock LEED AP test that we will grade and discuss in detail in an open forum. (food and refreshments provided throughout the day)
Location: 13106 Central Ave., Chino 91710
COST: Call (909) 652-7793 or 652-6041 for information
What is LEED?
"LEED is an internationally recognized certification system that measures how well a building or community performs across all the metrics that matter most: energy savings, water efficiency, CO2 emissions reduction, improved indoor environmental quality, and stewardship of resources and sensitivity to their impacts."
For more information visit the U.S. Green Building website.
These events are brought to you through the educational partnership with Inland Empire Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council and these partners: