Green-Buildings.com Launches LEED Green Associate Master Program

Green-Buildings.com is pleased to announce the new LEED Green Associate Master™ Program; The Four Week Interactive Program starts June 1st, 2010; Registration Available on Green-Buildings.com.

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Alex Spilger, LEED AP

I found that Alex’s class gave me more information for the test than the many hours and the 100's of questions I received from another provider.

Ridgefield, CT (PRWEB) April 19, 2010

Green-Buildings.com is pleased to announce the launch of the LEED Green Associate Master™ Program taught by Alex Spilger.

Alex is a LEED Accredited Professional with specialties in BD+C, ID+C and EBOM and an industry leader with regards to preparing people to pass the LEED Green Associate exam. His comprehensive exam prep workshop, previously only offered in-person, is now available to anyone with an Internet connection via a four-week interactive online program.

As Michael, a student of Alex's LEED Green Associate Master Program, explained, "I actually took a course from another provider to prepare for the Green associate exam. But, I found that Alex’s class gave me more information for the test than the many hours and the 100's of questions I received from another provider.”

The LEED Green Associate Master™ program is delivered online and offers the highest quality online instruction available. Features of the program include:

  • Comprehensive, yet concise 70 Page Workbook with the key information needed to pass the exam
  • Real World Examples to Help in Memorization of LEED Green Associate Core Concepts
  • Online Interactive Participant Study and Support Forum
  • Realistic Sample Questions
  • 130 LEED Green Associate practice questions included
  • Available from Any Computer Worldwide

The LEED Green Associate credential represents potentially the best springboard for new careers in sustainability and demand for high quality LEED Green Associate and LEED AP education has grown like never before.

"In preparing for the LEED Green Associate exam, the best approach is to choose an educator who is not only a LEED expert, but also who consistently delivers excellent results for his students," said Rob Freeman Jr., LEED AP, co-founder of Green-Buildings.com. "With the new four week online Master Program, people don't have to visit Alex’s in-person classes to experience his excellent training. They can get the highest quality LEED Green Associate preparation available from wherever they are."

LEED AP candidates who pass the LEED Green Associate exam, but who lack the experience working on a LEED registered project, often continue on to participate in Alex's GreenStep Professional Project Experience Program to gain the experience they need to qualify and pass the LEED AP exam.

Master Program students who require a Certificate of Completion for the Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI) will receive their certificates upon successfully completing the Program.

LEED professional credentials have become an important part of the growing sustainability industry. Over 130,000 people have become LEED Accredited Professionals since the launch of the LEED credentialing system in 2001.

About Green-Buildings.com: Green-Buildings.com provides a broad range of online and offline green building training to professionals across the globe. The company offers free online advice and knowledge about any topic related to LEED and commercial green buildings. It's also the source for the latest news, education and training in green building. Green-Buildings.com is a member of the United States Green Building Council.

GBCI is a registered trademark of the Green Building Certification Institute. The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) is not affiliated with Green-Buildings.com, does not publish Green-Buildings.com and does not participate in the development or administration of Green-Buildings.com content. The USGBC does not endorse Green-Buildings.com. Green-Buildings.com is not affiliated with USGBC or GBCI, and does not administer the LEED AP program. USGBC and GBCI do not endorse or recommend the products or services offered by Green-Buildings.com.

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