USGBC Launches Three New Webinar Series

Words: Bronzella Cleveland

USGBC Launches Three New Webinar Series

Beginning this fall, the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) will introduce three, new webinar series to its continuing education initiatives. The programs ("LEED for New Construction: A Credit-by-Credit Review," "Strategies for Success in LEED," and "LEED for Homes Program Review") all launch in September.

"LEED for New Construction" is a five-part series designed to teach participants all about the technical requirements of the LEED for New Construction and Major Renovations 2009 Rating System, addressing the system's seven credit categories. "Strategies for Success in LEED" is designed to teach individuals about strategies useful in meeting LEED requirements in various credit categories. And "LEED for Homes Program Review" is a five-session comprehensive review of the LEED for Homes system, with experts explaining the structure, requirements, and implementation process.

For more information, visit the USGBC's website,

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