RedVector's New Interactive LEED Training Roadmap Demystifies Upgrading Green Credentials for Legacy LEED APs

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RedVector, the leader in online continuing education for the design and construction fields, has launched a new “roadmap” for firms and professionals that is easy to use, easy to understand, and clarifies all the LEED training requirements for becoming a Green Associate, a LEED AP with Specialty, or maintaining a LEED AP without Specialty (Legacy LEED AP) or LEED Green Associate designation. New easy-to-navigate tool weeds the confusion out of pursuing or maintaining “green” credentials and details RedVector’s LEED training options.

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“We know people in the design and construction sector need answers, and can’t afford to waste time or money chasing down solutions that don’t address their specific needs,” says Ryan Sparks, RedVector’s Vice President of Content

RedVector, the leader in online continuing education for the design and construction fields, has launched a new “roadmap” for firms and professionals that is easy to use, easy to understand, and clarifies all the LEED training requirements for becoming a Green Associate, a LEED AP with Specialty, or maintaining a LEED AP without Specialty (Legacy LEED AP) or LEED Green Associate designation.

The online tool (http://www.redvectorenterprise.com/leed-ap/credentials-and-goals.aspx) guides users through a matrix of requirements based on their LEED training goals. Do they want to become a LEED Green Associate? Are they a LEED AP who wants to upgrade their credential? Users answer a few questions and are presented with their best LEED training options.

The Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI) administers the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED Credentialing requirements, and RedVector is among the USGBC’s approved providers (http://www.redvector.com/about-us/news/press-releases.aspx?PressReleaseId=63) – so students and organizations are assured that all the training and study options RedVector outlines are properly accredited. No matter what level of LEED credential professionals currently have or wish to achieve, the RedVector LEED Roadmap gives concise directions for maintaining existing credentials or upgrading to the next logical step.

“We know people in the design and construction sector need answers, and can’t afford to waste time or money chasing down solutions that don’t address their specific needs,” says Ryan Sparks, RedVector’s Vice President of Content (and a LEED Green Associate). “We’ve figured out what design and construction professionals need to do next in terms of LEED credentialing – all they need to do is tell us where they are now, and we’ll give them the tools to step up to the next level or, if necessary, prepare to pass their exam.”

About RedVector

RedVector sets the standard of excellence in traditional and green online continuing education for licensed and certified professionals in the architecture, engineering and contractor arenas. With an online library exceeding 1,000 courses, authored by more than 100 subject matter experts and spanning all 50 states, RedVector serves more than 130,000 design and construction professionals. We're a USGBC-approved provider who can help you become a Green Associate, a LEED AP, and a more valuable player in the rapidly evolving A/E/C market. The recipient of numerous community honors and industry awards, RedVector was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Tampa, Florida. For further information call 1-866-328-8883 or visit http://www.redvector.com or http://www.redvectorenterprise.com.

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