LEED Green Associate Exam Prep
The Green Associate credential is a requirement to become
a LEED AP under any exam track.
Exam Prep Live Course:
- Overview of the USGBC and the GBCI
- Identify the key components of every LEED category
- Understand the LEED process from registration to certification
- Evaluate the traditional project delivery method with respect to an integrated project delivery method
- Success on the Green Associate exam
The Green Associate credential requires professionals to demonstrate their non-technical green building knowledge in areas of design, construction and operations.
This comprehensive one day workshop will give you the information you need to study, prepare and pass the LEED Green Associate exam. Passing the LEED GA exam shows that you have mastered the fundamental building blocks necessary to utilize green design, construction, operations and third party rating systems. The LEED GA credential will increase your marketability and is the first step in becoming a LEED professional.
The first half of the workshop covers all learning points of the exam. The second half reviews the 14 primary references the exam is based on. Participants need to bring laptops and must purchase the required textbooks.
Required textbooks: Green Associate Study Guide and the LEED Core Concepts Guide. Textbooks can be purchased through the following link: USGBC Store
Slide packet and practice exam included.
Heather McCombs, LEED AP, is the Executive Director of WGBA. Heather’s experience with LEED exam preparation instruction includes the development of Fox Valley Technical College’s LEED Core Curriculum program. Every participant in a McCombs led exam preparation course who has taken the test, has passed. McCombs attributes this to the comprehensive and rigorous presentation of the material and the dedication and passion the participants have for increasing their knowledge about sustainability in the built environment and third party rating systems.
McCombs was a LEED project team intern with Boldt Construction for one year on the LEED Gold ThedaCare Physician’s Clinic in Darboy. Before joining WGBA, McCombs was a commercial interior designer and participated on the project teams for Morton’s Pharmacy in Oshkosh, Grand Chute Fire Station, Apple Creek YMCA in Appleton, and Fond du Lac Credit Union as well as many tenant build outs.