Release date: 10/14/2014
RedVector, the leader in online continuing education and workforce training solutions for the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industries, launched LEEDv4 courses and exam preparation materials today.
Tampa— October 14, 2014 — RedVector, the leader in online continuing education and workforce training solutions for the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industries, launched LEEDv4 courses and exam preparation materials today.
LEEDv4, now officially adopted by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), is poised to raise the bar on performance and reduce CO2 emissions more than any preceding version. While categories used for LEED 2009 were based on limiting damage, LEEDv4 categories emphasize the potential for projects to contribute proactively and positively to their communities and to the planet.
With the change in standards, RedVector has launched new LEEDv4 courses, including LEEDv4 Certified Buildings Under the O&M and BD+C Categories, LEEDv4 Building Design and Construction, LEEDv4 and Data Center Construction, LEEDv4 and the Future of Green Webcast and more, to help professionals fully comprehend the many facets of LEEDv4. RedVector also released exam preparation and training materials, complete with realistic exam simulation, practice tests and study guides, to help professionals pass the LEEDv4 Green Associate and LEED AP exams the first time.
The labor market for LEED professionals has already begun to experience tremendous growth, as demand for LEED professionals in the U.S. grew 46% between March 2013 to February 2014.
“With the demand for LEED professionals increasing rapidly, we felt the need to design and launch robust LEEDv4 training to help firms and professionals stay ahead of the curve,” said Bobby Person. “We will continue to update courses through 2015 to tackle LEEDv4 O+M, LEEDv4 ID+C, LEEDv4 ND, LEEDv4 Homes, LEEDv4 for Schools, LEEDv4 for Data Centers Green Building and more.”
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