LEED Documentation (NC 1.1)

Event

When:
Thu September 22, 2011, 12:00 am - 12:00 am
Where:
Oakham House - Toronto, ON
Categories:
Education (Chapter), Education

Description

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 LEED Documentation (NC 1.1)

September 22, 2011

Oakham House - Ryerson Student Centre, Room A/B
55 Gould Street, Toronto

This one-day interactive workshop discusses the LEED certification process and the tools in place to assist applicants seeking LEED Canada project certification for New Construction. This workshop addresses a number of the more complex documentation requirements in the LEED NC 1.0 + addendum and application guides for Multi-Unit Residential Buildings (MURB), Campus and Multiple Buildings (CMB) and Core and Shell (CS).  (Due to time constraints, not all documentation requirements are discussed in detail. Please note that this workshop covers the NC 1.1 documentation process and not NC 2009.)

 

This is the only time this year we offer this foundational LEED Documentation workshop. 
 
This workshop, like any CaGBC education program, meets eligibility requirements for the Green Associate exam.

 

Who Should Attend?
Those who...

  • are seeking LEED Canada certification for projects under the NC 1.0 Rating System and Addendum
  • are coordinating and submitting certification applications for LEED Canada NC 1.0
  • wish to become more familiar with new green building construction and the LEED Canada NC rating system
  • want to earn LEED professional credentials
  • are studying for the LEED AP + BD&C (Building Design and Construction) credential
  • are looking to fulfill CE hours (this course meets the requirements for credential maintenance for LEED professionals as well as LEED APs without specialty upgrading to LEED AP with BD+C.)

Learning Objectives
You will become knowledgeable in:
 
  • how to systematically approach and complete the LEED certification process
  • enhancing a LEED certification application through LEED letter templates 
  • what to include and what not to include in the first LEED submission
  • common mistakes made in LEED submissions
  • steps to improve the overall quality of LEED submissions
  • CaGBC’s process for reviewing completed applications
 
 

Level/CEUs

Level 300, 7.5 GBCI CE Hours, 7.5 OAA core learning hours

Cost
 
 
National Members
 
 
Non Members
 Chapter Members**
 
 Early Bird*
  $325
  $430
  $365
 Regular
 
 
  $365
  $475
  $400
 *Early Bird available up to two weeks prior to event
**
Register as a Chapter Member and get $75 off this workshop!

  


 
Contact
For more information, call the CaGBC at 613.241.1184, toll-free at 1.866.941.1184, or at 
education@cagbc.org


Venue

Location:
Oakham House - Website
Street:
55 Gould Street, in the Oakham Lounge
Postal Code:
M5B 1E9
City:
Toronto
Province:
ON
Country:
Canada

Description