Have you just passed one of the LEED exams and think you’re home free? Think again. Passing the LEED AP or LEED Green Associate exam is just the beginning…
Once you’re LEED certified, you have to maintain your credentials by continuing your green building continuing education. These “credential maintenance requirements” help to ensure that LEED APs and LEED Green Associates stay current with the rapidly changing green building industry. This LEED credential maintenance also allows you to continue to grow your LEED and green building skills, knowledge and continue to show your clients and employer that your expertise is moving forward with the LEED and green building market.
Up until now, trying to figure out what you had to do to maintain your LEED AP or LEED Green Associate credentials has been confusing and difficult to track. The Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI) recently launched a new interactive online tool to help you understand what you need to know about the LEED Credential Maintenance Program (CMP). The new LEED CMP Wizard even allows you to explore your LEED continuing education options so you can find LEED continuing education programs that you’re interested in.
The LEED Credential Maintenance Program (CMP) Wizard helps you select from a variety of options you have for earning LEED credential maintenance credits. This new tool navigates directly to the key requirements you need to know.
If you have your LEED AP or LEED Green Associate certification, don’t risk losing your LEED AP or LEED Green Associate credentials because you’re not sure what you need to do to maintain your LEED certification. Check out this new tool today.