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  Online Training For Green Building  
     
     
 
U.S. Green Building Council launches 1st online training course
 
Nov. 28 -- The U.S. Green Building Council has launched its first Web-based training course to educate members of the building industry about professional accreditation requirements under the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design program.

Accreditation enables industry professionals to demonstrate their understanding of integrated design and green building practices and principles, and ensures that they have the knowledge and skills needed to successfully steward a building project from design to LEED certification, according to the USGBC.

The three-hour Web-based course includes selected case studies, interactive learning exercises, and a practice exam with questions similar to those encountered on the LEED professional accreditation exam.

The cost of the course is $150 for USGBC members and $200 for nonmembers.

Information is available at www.usgbc.org.