Courses for Military Spouses
LEED Green Associate Career Prep
Course Code: MSG103
ACCESS LENGTH: 12 MONTHS
DELIVERY: ONLINE, SELF-PACED
This course prepares the student to take the U.S. Green Building Council LEED Green Associate v4 certification exam.
This course is designed to prepare you to take the LEED Green Associate Exam v4. You will learn about the history of LEED, core topics related to the program and each area addressed on the exam. You will be given the opportunity to answer practice questions and review all topics that are part of the test. Successful completion of this course will have you on the path to not just take your LEED Green Associate exam but pass it as well.
Lesson 1: Becoming a LEED Green Associate and the Test Process
This lesson will help you better understand the steps to becoming a LEED Green Associate. You will review the history of the work done and the benefits of becoming certified. You will also go over the test process to ensure you are best prepared on exam day.
Lesson 2: LEED v4 Concepts, Themes and Overview
This lesson will review core concepts and themes related to the LEED Green Associate program. You will also get an overview of USGBC and LEED.
Lesson 3: Location and Transportation
This lesson will review location and transportation strategies as well as intents. You will also look at site development and health and livability.
Lesson 4: Sustainable Sites
This lesson will review sustainable sites and environmental impacts. You will explore topics such as rainwater, heat island and light pollution.
Lesson 5: Water Efficiency
This lesson will review innovative approaches to water conservation. You will study EPA acts as well as both indoor and outdoor water usage.
Lesson 6: Energy and Atmosphere
This lesson will focus on energy use. You will review topics like renewable energy, refrigeration management and energy demands.
Lesson 7: Materials and Resources
This lesson will review material and resources intent as well as strategies. You will discuss topics like waste management and material conservation.
Lesson 8: Indoor Environmental Quality
This lesson will review strategies to increase indoor environmental quality. Topics such as occupant comfort, lighting strategies, and acoustic performance will be covered.
Lesson 9: Innovation and Regional Priority
This lesson will discuss recent innovations as well as regional priority intent and strategies.
All necessary materials are included.
Internet Connectivity Requirements:
- Cable and DSL internet connections are recommended for the best experience.
- CPU: 1 GHz or higher
- RAM: 2 GB or higher
- Resolution: 1280 x 720 or higher
- Speakers / Headphones
- Microphone (Webinar / Live Online sessions)
Operating System Requirements:
- Microsoft Windows 7 or 10 (Home, Pro)
- Mac OSX 10 or higher.
- Latest Chrome OS
- Latest Linux Distributions
NOTE: While we understand that our courses can be viewed on Android and iPhone devices, we do not recommend the use of these devices for our courses. The size of these devices do not provide a good learning environment for students taking online or live online based courses.
Web Browser Requirements:
- Latest Google Chrome is recommended for the best experience.
- Latest Mozilla FireFox
- Latest Microsoft Edge
- Latest Apple Safari
Basic Software Requirements (These are recommendations of software to use):
- Office suite software (Microsoft Office, OpenOffice, or LibreOffice)
- PDF reader program (Adobe Reader, FoxIt)
- Courses may require other software that is denoted in the above course outline.
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