LEED Green Associate exam prep class to be held in Boston, Mass. and Orlando, Fla.

Source: PlantServices.com

Jun 14, 2009

PPI, a provider of LEED exam prep materials, has announced the addition of two new LEED Green Associate (GA) exam prep classes to be held in Boston, Mass., and Orlando, Fla. Both one-day classes are scheduled to take place on Saturday, June 20, 2009.

PPI’s LEED GA exam prep classes provide a comprehensive review of the subject areas covered on the new LEED Green Associate (GA) exam. Students will solve realistic, exam-like practice problems led by PPI’ instructors. As a bonus, each student will receive a complimentary copy of PPI's LEED GA study guide, practice exams book and over 300 flashcards for use in class and for post-class review. PPI also provides private classes for corporations and professional associations.

Details of Boston, Mass., LEED prep class:

  • Date: Sat. June 20, 2009
  • Time: 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
  • Instructor: Paul Fair, LEED AP
  • Location: Boston Marriott Copley Place
  • Cost: $300 for class and books

Details of Orlando, Fla., LEED prep class:

  • Date: Sat. June 20, 2009
  • Time: 9:00 a.m – 5:00 p.m.
  • Instructor: Kelly Gearhart, LEED AP
  • Location: Marriott Orlando Downtown
  • Cost: $300 for class and books

A complete schedule of upcoming classes is available at www.ppi2pass.com/LEEDclass. The LEED Green Associate credential is intended for individuals seeking to advance their career in the green building industry. The LEED Green Associate exam was created to assess an examinee's basic knowledge and understanding of green design, construction, and operations. An examinee who passes the exam receives an LEED Green Associate credential. Architects, engineers, interior designers, product or manufacturers' representatives, contractors, maintenance managers, developers, real estate agents, building consultants, lenders and other professionals involved in the green building industry are all taking the LEED Green Associate exam.

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