LEED Building Certification
Gain an in-depth understanding of the LEED Building, Design and Construction (BD&C) rating systems for new construction projects, schools, and core and shell projects as well as the process to document and obtain certification. Learn how to register, document and certify LEED BD&C projects. Review case studies, local project examples and take an optional tour of a LEED-certified building. This course will help prepare you to take LEED accreditation exams and better understand how to achieve LEED certification for buildings.
A basic understanding of the building design or construction process is required. Completion of the course Sustainability and the Built Environment is desirable but not essential.
Dan Burgoyne is the sustainability manager for California's Department of General Services, where he works on sustainability programs and policies for state green initiatives, including green building design, construction, operations and maintenance, environmentally-preferable procurement and green transportation. Burgoyne is a California-licensed architect and LEED-accredited professional with more than 25 years of experience in the design and construction industries as an architect, sustainability program manager, project manager, contractor and owner. He is a past board member of the U.S. Green Building Council and the California Commissioning Collaborative and a green building advisor for the U.S. General Services Administration and the California's Green Building Code. He is a frequent speaker on sustainability topics locally and nationally.
Enroll now through June 21 and complete by Aug 30. Passwords will be issued June 17
You can enroll anytime between the dates noted above. You must provide your email address when enrolling to receive your password. You will receive your password via email on the start date, or within two business days of enrolling if you enroll after the start date. From the day you receive your password, you will have until the completion date noted above to complete the course. If you do not receive your password in the time frame noted, please visit the Online Learning Campus Support Center at extensiondlc.net/helpdesk. Open a new ticket, and select "Password Issues" from the Help Topics.
A stable Internet connection and a current email account. Most online courses also require the ability to view PDF documents and Flash-based presentations, and speakers or headphones to hear audio presentation. If you plan to access an online course using an iPad, iPod or an iPhone there are a variety of Flash web browsers available in the App Store that can enable your iPad/iPod/iPhone to view Flash content. More info.
$650.00 ($700.00 if postmarked after 06/03/2013).
10% discount for organizations enrolling three or more people at the same time in the same course. All registrations must be submitted at the same time and fees paid with one check, credit card or purchase order.
10% discount for APACA Section and BIA members
2 quarter units academic credit, X421.8, 20 AICP Hours
Requests to withdraw, transfer, or obtain an extension or a refund, are governed by the distance learning enrollment policies which are detailed in our Student Services section. No extensions will be granted for this course.