The GreenHome Institute’s – “LEED for Homes Green Rater Credential Training Live & Virtual” (Day 2)
October 17 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm EDT
About this event
With over 2 million LEED® for Homes™ registered spaces worldwide, LEED is the international rating system to ensure better residential buildings. LEED requires third-party on-site verification, and performance testing by a LEED Green Rater, and demand is growing. Now residential and mixed-use projects of any size can go under the LEED for Homes rating system. If you’re interested in filling this need as part of USGBC’s LEED for Homes Green Rater program, this training is for you!
The LEED for Homes Green Rater Training is designed to prepare qualified participants to provide verification services on LEED for Homes projects.
If you become a GHI member before registering for the course, you can get $500.00 off the course cost and all prerequisite training materials. Membership Details.
When and where?
This course is all online and on zoom. It is a live course but if you miss any of it you can access the recordings. The course takes place from 10 am to 3pm EST on Monday October 16th, Tuesday October 17th and Wednesday October 18th. 5 hour sessions each day.
Continuing Education – 15 Hours (includes modules)
RESNET – 10 hours
GBCI / LEED AP Homes – 15 hours only
BPI: 8.5 CEUs
Building Science Institute (BSI) Verifier
Certified GreenHome Professional
*May be applicable to your local state-based design or contractor license
Bonuses! – Looking to become a National Green Building Standard (NGBS) Verifier? This is one pathway to get qualified for that credential.
All trained LEED green raters are qualified to be GreenHome Inspectors and DOE Home Energy Score Assessors.
Instructor Brett Little – Education Manager
Brett has served at GHI since 2011 and since then has helped oversee the
LEED for Homes program ensuring certification over nearly 10,000 units across 100’s projects. Brett helps to instruct or moderate education sessions that are both online and in-person, frequently conducting more than 50 per year. He serves as a LEED for Homes Green Rater on small, affordable housing projects in the Grand Rapids, Michigan area. Additionally, he helps administer Enterprise Green Communities on Low-income Housing Projects across the Midwest region.
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Review more details, the 10 steps to becoming a rater and the FAQ here