WHEN – April 23 2022

TIME – 10:00 AM – 2:30PM PST


What is LEED?

LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is simply a sustainability scorecard for green buildings. The LEED Green Associate is the only professional designation to show employers and clients you have certified knowledge in the field.

To date, this course and its materials have proven to be instrumental in helping over 8000 students pass their respective exams at a 99% pass rate. This course is offered at a quarter of the price and time as the competition and is geared at allowing students to graduate with letters after their name! This course is instructed by a USGBC Faculty member and is the most effective way to pass. Save money by registering today and make a positive difference in your career!


Course Includes

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    400 Realistic practice exam questions Updated to LEED V4
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    Anytime assistance from our LEED AP+ Staff
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    Comprehensive study guide designed to prepare you for exam success
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    In-class instruction covering LEED overview and detailed exam preparation including tips to registering

Topics Covered

1. Introduction to LEED

2. Location and transportation

3. Sustainable sites

4. Water efficiency

5. Energy and atmosphere

6. Materials and resources

7. Indoor environmental quality

8. Innovation in design and regional priority

9. Exam registration and preparation

10. 99% passing rate


WHEN – April 3 2022

TIME – 1:00 PM – 5:30PM PST

WHEREUC Davis – Cruess Hall – Room 208

If you cannot pay with a card please RSVP using the following form to arrange an alternative payment: .

Who will benefit from this course?

– Architects

– Engineers

– Construction Professionals

– Energy Managers

– Interior Designers

– Environmental Scientists

– Urban Planners

– Building Product Manufacturers

– Real Estate Professionals

LEED Green Associate Exam Tips

The Green Associate exam covers a lot of content but is not the most intellectually challenging exam. If you follow my step by step process it will lead to a successful exam.
That process is the following:

1. Complete the live or online workshop
2. Read through our tailored study guide for deep understanding of all concepts
3. Re-watch parts of the recorded class if needed
4. Complete each mock exam and closely review the explanations of all correct and incorrect questions
5. Once you achieve 85%+ consistently on all 4 mock exams you are ready!
Guaranteed 99% Passing Rate when steps above are followed

About the exam

Location: Prometric Center or remotely using Prometric’s pro-proctor tool which is a secure method that does not allow any external material so you still must study

Length: 2 Hours + 10 Minute Instruction Video And No Breaks

Exam Cost: Full Time Students: $100

($250 Otherwise)

Type: Multiple Choice

Scoring: 170/200 Is A Pass, But 125/200 Is The Lowest Possible Score

– No part points or negative points for incorrect questions

– Scoring system explained in workshop

– 170/200 is not equal to 85% of the questions answered correctly

– After passing the exam you must submit 15 CE hours every 2 years to maintain the credential. However, fear not, as I follow up with you and show you where to get them easily and free


– LEED Process (16 Questions)

– Integrative Strategies (8 Questions)

– Location and Transportation (7 Questions)

– Sustainable Sites (7 Questions)

– Water Efficiency (9 Questions)

– Energy and Atmosphere (10 Questions)

– Materials and Resources (9 Questions)

– Indoor Environmental Quality (8 Questions)

– Project Surroundings and Public

– Outreach (11 Questions)

– 15 pretest questions (Not worth points)

Meet your instructor


President and Founder of LeadingGreen Training & Consulting, an organization whose mission is to help students and professionals circumvent the financial barriers of sustainable education. Over the past seven years, Lorne has taught energy modeling, building science and over 200 LEED training courses Lorne has also partnered with over 200 post-secondary institutions and companies across North America to present about sustainable topics to their students. Lorne believes that increased education will lead to greater market demand for green buildings, the recognition of their financial merits and growth in green-collar industries. He is also currently working on a recruiting company specializing in sustainable opportunities. (You can visit it here)

An expert in building science and integrated design, Lorne has working as a sustainability consultant with Smith and Anderson Footprint, as a developer with Provident Energy Management, a division of Tridel, and with Morrison Hershfield as a designer. Lorne was also the engineering consultant on over 25 sustainable projects pursuing LEED, Energystar and BOMA BESt certification.