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LEED Certification Class

LEED Green Associate Exam

The LEED Green Associate credential affirms a professional’s thorough comprehension of green building principles and practices.

The exam is ideal for those newer to sustainability and LEED. LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is the most widely used green building rating system in the world. Available for virtually all building types, LEED provides a framework for healthy, highly efficient, and cost-saving green buildings. LEED certification is a globally recognized symbol of sustainability achievement and leadership.

LEED is a big part of sustainable building, check out this map to see how many LEED Certified buildings are just on UCLA's campus!

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Our Preparation Class

Description:
In this course, you get an overview of what to expect on the LEED Green Associate exam and provides background on the key topics and concepts you need to know. We cover alternative transportation options, sustainable site strategies, ways to reduce energy and water use, renewable energy solutions, enhanced indoor air strategies, and much more.

Prerequisites:
None! Anyone with a passion to learn is welcome!

Length:
Our instructors teach a four week long course, with an optional fifth week of review.

Cost:
Undergraduates: Free Course + Free LEED Green Associate Exam (If exam is passed)
Graduates: Free Course + $100 LEED Green Associate Exam
Non-UCLA Students: $45 Course + $250 LEED Green Associate Exam


Comparable Programs Cost:
Students: $350 Course + $100 Exam
Non-Students: $350 Course + $250 Exam

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