Updates to LEED version 4

A summary of technical improvements in LEED v4

What you will learn:

  1. Grasp the relevance of LEED v4 in the building industry

  2. Identify LEED v4 goals

  3. Understand the changes in LEED v4 structure

  4. Enumerate changes in LEED v4 BD+C credit categories

Requirements

It is helpful if the students are familiar with the LEED rating system.

Description:

This course is approved for 0.5 GBCI Continuation Education (CE) credits. After completing the course you can report your credit towards LEED credential maintenance.

The latest version of LEED, LEED v4 redefines what it takes to create sustainable buildings. The emphasis has shifted on doing more good from doing only less bad. The rating standard is now more streamlined, performance-oriented and holistic. With a new set of goals, a more streamlined structure and updated credits, LEED v4 will pave the way for high performance buildings of tomorrow.

If you want to learn comprehensively about the updates in LEED v4, this course is just right for you!

It’ll provide you a high-level understanding of the changes in LEED v4 and the impacts these changes will foreseeably have. It goes over each key change systematically, providing you a learning experience that’s insightful as well as highly engaging.  At the end of the course, you will be equipped with confidence for working on version 4 projects.

Who is this course for:

  1. Students preparing for the LEED GA examination

  2. Professionals looking to get started on LEED v4 projects

Course Reviews

"Excellent presentation easily understandable"

-Mohammed Ziauddin Ahmed

"Its going step by step"

-Pranali Desai

"Well presented content with interesting visuals. Basic but essential information for LEED users who have experience and/or knowledge of the details in Version 3. Content is well organized into short modules which makes it easy for learner to focus or replay a specific module of interest."

- Kath Williams

"Interested in learning more depth about the various changes and improvements of LEED V4, then this course will provide valuable insights into those changes. A very well laid out course, the developer has done an expectional job in providing the user with the new knowledge needed to utilize V4. Broken into the common structure of the rating system, the modules will inform you of the improvements and dynamics of the updated version of LEED. Highly recommended."

-Michael Tiffe