Understanding LEED for Homes, a USGBCMA Workshop - April 26 8 am - 5 pm

  • 26 Apr 2016
Event Description

Learn how to ensure your next project is healthy, efficient, built to last and affordable through using the LEED for Homes rating system and 3rd party performance testing during the construction process.

Project types include : Affordable Housing, single family, duplex, multifamily, midrise and mixed-use buildings up to 12 stories tall.

By the end of this online education series, you will be able to:

* Identify the types of projects which are eligible for certification
* Recognize the roles and responsibilities of key stakeholders in the LEED certification process.
* Recognize goals, intents, and requirements of prerequisites and key credits, and strategies to meet them
* Identify synergies between LEED credits
* Understand how to navigate the LEED checklist and online Submittals Portal
* Meet Requirements for LEED AP Homes Credential
* Know Steps to take your Exam

Who should attend?

Green Raters in Training
Architects / Designers
Policy Makers
Homeowners – DIY
HERS / BPI Raters
Home Inspectors

Learn how to apply the LEED for Homes rating system to a real project by walking through the phases of a typical project and the key decisions that project teams must make, including key stakeholder considerations. Engage in interactive, case-based activities that enable you to work hands-on with LEED implementation strategies and rating system tools.

Bonus – Learn more about Boston’s commitment to LEED certifiable requirements in residential buildings as a building code.

Instructor: Jason La Fleur, Principal at Eco Achievers – LEED AP+Homes, BD+C, PHIUS Rater, HERS and LEED Green RaterJason

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