With so many changes with LEED® AP credentialing, the new Green Associate Accreditation, the formation of our Member Interest Circles (Schools, Neighborhood Development, Green Building Operations and Maintenance, Homes and the longstanding New Construction and Commercial Interiors) over the past two years, the time seemed right for members to experience all of this first hand. We hosted an event on Friday, January 22nd titled “Experience the U.S. Green Building Council”.
Presentation topics: “How to Get and Keep Your LEED Credentials”. Participants gained a better understanding of the new LEED accreditation levels, and learned about the new Credentialing Maintenance Program (CMP) for existing LEED APs.
The 2009 changes in LEED Accreditation
What it means to be, and how to become, a Green Associate
Options for Current LEED APs without specialty; learn how to maintain current status or obtain a specialty
The CMP requirements to maintain your status as a LEED Green Associate, LEED AP with a specialty, and/or LEED AP without specialty
Methods of fulfilling these requirements
What happens when these requirements are not met
Did you know that you can now earn CEUs when you are an active part of the leadership of our chapter? The Member Circles provide up-to-date information and networking opportunities. Engaging in one of the interest circles is the best way to get your feet wet and earn CEUs.
Click on this link for more information: MEMBER INTEREST CIRCLES
Thanks to these sponsors for their support:
- F. C. Moran
Mission: To transform the way buildings and communities are designed, built and operated, in a way that improves the quality of life in West Michigan.