LEED Green Associate
Exam Preparation | Interactive Course
Earn the LEED Green Associate credential
Advance your career, and meet the growing demand for green building professionals
About the LEED Credential
Why Join the LEED Green Associate Course?
Take your green building career to the next level.
If you have completed your training course and want to test yourself and preparer further for the LEED Green Associate exam, take no risk with the exam and join our exam simulator course; The LEED Green Associate Exam Simulator comes with 600 exam practice questions that emulates the real exam at the test center.
His primary focus is on integrating technology to achieve sustainability in facilities management, and he has implemented innovative solutions such as AI and IoT to offset 60,000 metric tons of CO2 emissions - the equivalent of planting one million tree seedlings for 10 years or driving 13,000 cars for a year.
As a mechanical engineer with expertise in facility management, community management, asset management, retail delivery, business strategy, sustainability, and energy management, Jawad holds several esteemed industry certifications, including CFM and FMP from IFMA, CEM from AEE, VMA from SAVE International, and M100 from CAI. He is also a member of professional organizations such as IFMA, AEE, CAIME, and the International Built-Environment Institute. Join his course to learn more about facility management, and creating a sustainable Built-Environment through innovation.
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- Take your green building career to the next level.
- A LEED credential denotes proficiency in today's sustainable design, construction and operations standards.
- More than 203,000 professionals have earned a LEED credential to help advance their careers.
- The demand on sustainable built environment is booming, therefore the demand on green building professionals is strongly growing.. meet the market demand and grow your career by understanding the concepts of green buildings and sustainable built environment practices.
00 Live Lectures
02 How to become LEED accredited
03 LEED Process
04 Location and Transportation
05 Sustainable Sites
06 Water Efficiency
07 Energy Atmosphere
08 Material and Resources
09 Indoor Environmental Quality
10 Course Conclusion
11 Certificate of Completion
10 tips to help you pass the LEED Green Associate Exam
Listed below are a few tips that will guide you on how to pass the LEED Green Associate Exam:
Most of the questions in the LEED Green Associate exam involve applied and critical thinking, which is important to have a thorough understanding of concepts instead of just memorizing.
Read the exam paper carefully. and check all your answers twice. Use the ‘Mark’ button to flag questions you're not sure about. Since you get 2 hrs to complete 100 questions, you can always come back to the ‘marked’ questions after you’re done.
Also, often the LEED Green Associate exam will try to trick you by sneaking in an important word like “not” or “isn’t”. Read each question carefully so you don’t misunderstand them.
Take a look at the Green Associate handbook found on the GBCI website. The handbook contains important information about what's covered in the exam, as well as test taking policies. also, you have the GBRI to help you with the study materials.
You can never take enough practice tests. Take loads of them (and more!) to ensure you have a fair idea of the actual test content. And they also teach you to slow down and read much more carefully.
It is very important to memorize all numbers related to Minimum Program Requirements (MPRs).
You should have in-depth knowledge of the four ASHRAE standards used in LEED
- ASHRAE 90.1-Energy
- ASHREA 55-Thermal Comfort
- ASHRAE 52.2-Air Filters
- ASHRAE 62.1-Ventilation
if there's more than one right answer to a multiple choice question, just go with the ‘best’ answer. For instance, implementing a concept that reduces carbon emissions will be a better answer than the one that promotes the local economy or saves water.
a project that is LEED Certified and a LEED certified project are different. the capital “C” in Certified, means project has met all MPRs, Prerequisites, and earned 40-49 LEED credits. but a lowercase “c” in certified means it has earned any certification level.
Before you start the two-hour exam, you get 10 minutes to familiarize yourself with the testing controls along with a scrap paper and a pen. Take those precious ten minutes to recall everything you’ve memorized.
Please note that the USGBC has a pool of 1000+ questions out of which they frame their 100-question exams, so no two exams will look the same. The USGBC does not share its database of questions with anyone. You are required to score 170 out of 200 points in order to pass the LEED Green Associate Exam and will receive the results at the test center immediately following the test.
Note disclaimer; the LEED Green Associate is the best credential to start with green buildings and to enter the green jobs market. this course is designed to help you pass the LEED Green Associate exam by the green building council incorporation (GBCI), and those practice questions included in the course are very similar to the exam questions and with the same level of difficulty, and covers the full study material, however, those are not exam questions and USGBC uses a bank of exam questions at the test center that cannot be predicted. Built environment institute does not allow individual instructors to redistribute or use any unauthorized material. And students who wish to read the international facility management association material prepare using the material provided by it or other credentialing organizations shall purchase such material at their own cost and directly from such organizations or their official channels. Any use of unauthorized material or protected content shall be reported to the built environment institute for review and removal.
About the LEED Green Associate Credential
The LEED Green Associate exam measures general knowledge of green building practices and how to support others working on LEED projects. The exam is ideal for those newer to sustainability and LEED.
LEED Green Associate Exam
Note that the materials provided by IFMA and its affiliates for the preparation of the Certified Facility Manager (CFM) Exam are not required to be submitted by the Certification Commission as stated on IFMA official website. However, they are optional study resources and can be used by individuals who wish to improve their skills.
The Green Job Market
The Great Reshuffle presents a unique opportunity to tackle the most urgent challenge facing humanity: climate change. We have to enable the green transition and activate the jobs, companies and policies that power it. But we face a number of challenges. The green economy needs to grow faster. In 2021, less than 1% of hiring involved Green jobs, and half involved jobs with no green skills at all.
For more information about Green Job Market; review LinkedIn’s Global Green Skills Report.
Why the LEED Credential?
The LEED Green Associate is the first step to start a green job as a built environment professional. It is the right credential for every engineer, architect, facility manager, construction manager, supply chain manager, and many other built environment professionals who are looking to advance their career and meet the rising demand of green jobs in the global market.
With over 100,000 LEED certified buildings globally, LEED is the most in use green building certification program for buildings. and therefore LEED credential is the most required and in demand green building program for professionals.
The LEED Green Associate credential designates individuals who have a documented, up-to-date understanding of the most current green building principles and practices. The LEED Green Associate is a foundational credential and for many, it is the first step before earning advanced credentials such as the LEED AP with specialty.