(If you are a building professional living in Milpitas, sign up at this link instead.)
This 16-hour course introduces the main principles of green building and the systems approach to the design, construction, and operation of buildings. It provides an understanding of energy efficiency, resource conservation, water conservation, and indoor air quality, and how to effectively convey the importance of these principles and market your business to homeowners.
Key topics include:
Training: Live-streaming webinar format comprised of presentations, interactive pop-quizzes, and Q&A with a seasoned green building consultant take place over four days during the following days and times:
Exam: The course concludes with a one-hour open book, multiple-choice exam. There are approximately 45 questions and a passing score of 80% is required to receive the Certified Green Building Professional certification. If you do not receive a passing grade, you may order a re-take exam.
Candidates will have access to the exam for 144 hours, so the exam will be available from 6 PM on Wednesday, August 17 through 6 PM on Tuesday, August 23.
Fees and Registration
Training and Exam: $599
Re-take Exam: $50
Cancellations / Refunds
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Marc Richmond has over 30 years of construction industry experience, both as a builder and a green building consultant, and has developed educational green building programs for government agencies, non-profits, and private firms. His comprehensive curriculum helps professionals be effective at implementing green practices into their daily work and teaches consumers to make good purchasing decisions.
Marc is energized by a diverse classroom and has a unique talent for helping individuals see the role they serve in spurring market transformation. He specializes in designing green building tools, rating systems, and training programs that are understandable, buildable for professionals, and valued by consumers. His experience as a builder, businessperson, educator, and green building program manager makes him focus on simple solutions that will make the target audience take the actions that are needed.
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