LEED AP designation demonstrates understanding of green building design

LEED AP designation demonstrates understanding of green building design

Illustration courtesy of USGBC

LEED AP credentials show market that you are a leader in the green building movement. Perhaps that’s why many people in an array of businesses seek such designation.

LEED AP with specialty credentials showcases in-depth understanding of green building design, construction and operation, while also enabling one to demonstrate knowledge of a particular LEED rating system and the certification process.

A LEED professional credential signifies being leader in the field. With jobs specifying the need for green building expertise, having a LEED AP credential underscores one’s value to LEED project teams and sustainability-focused organizations.

Recently, the U.S. Green Building Council launched a new study road map to the LEED AP BD+C credential that breaks it down into a four-week study plan.

The following video provides a quick overview of what a LEED AP credential means.

Topics: Architectural Firms, Associations / Organizations, Certifications, Construction Firms, Engineering Firms, Environmental Firms, USGBC

Companies: U.S. Green Building Council

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