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This workshop, developed by USGBC and delivered by USGBC certified faculty, introduces the intent, key elements, main requirements and unique aspects of the LEED for Neighborhood Development Rating System. Workshop participants will gain a solid understanding of the core concepts and strategies behind a successful green neighborhood development.
Led by official USGBC LEED Faculty who are LEED and facilitation experts, the workshop covers the principles and benefits of green design, smart growth and New Urbanism as it relates to LEED for Neighborhood Development. It presents the background, distinctive aspects and limitations, and specific certification stages and processes of this rating system. The course provides an initial understanding of the scope of LEED for Neighborhood Development, examining all prerequisites and many credits in the rating system's three categories: Smart Location and Linkage, Neighborhood Pattern and Design, and Green Infrastructure and Buildings.
Course Fees: Urban Green Council Members: $245 before 6/10/2011; $275 on or after 6/11/2011 | Non-Members: $295 before 6/10/2011; $345 on or after 6/11/2011
CEUs: GBCI CE Hours: 7 GBCI CE Hours (LEED ND Specific): 7 AIA/CES (LU): 7 BOMI (CPD): 7 CoreNet (CPD): 7 CSI (CEU): 0.7
Date: Friday, June 17, 2011 | Time: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM