Huntersville, NC (PRWEB) July 18, 2012
Everblue is expanding rapidly, and in order to keep up with the high demand for new courses, it hired two new LEED instructors.
Justin Fogle and Chuck Graham joined Everblue to teach the future green collar workers and help build Earth’s sustainable workforce through green building training.
“[Fogle and Graham] are great instructors, and they both have extensive backgrounds in the industry,” said Paige Hanson, LEED Program Manager. “[Everblue] always needs new, highly-qualified LEED instructors to meet the increasing demand for green training, especially ones like [Fogle and Graham].”
Fogle, who will instruct in the Seattle, Wash. area, has a strong background both in teaching and in the green building industry. He has a master’s in sustainable business and attained LEED accreditation as an Accredited Professional in Building Design and Construction in 2009. Fogle traveled around the world to learn more about architecture and green building design. His experience in the green building industry will help him teach students how to attain LEED Certification for their future projects.
Graham will join Everblue as a LEED instructor in the Charlotte, N.C. area. He also has a master’s in business administration and is a LEED Accredited Professional. Prior to working with Everblue, Graham served as a chairman and trustee for the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) Sales and Marketing Council and co-authored the book From Plan to Profit. He will offer his students a diverse background in the green building industry and a wide range of networking opportunities.
Everblue hires the best instructors in the industry in order to give students the highest quality training. Instructors must have at least a bachelor’s degree and five years minimum of experience in their field. The instructors work closely with the program managers and the curriculum development team, in order to deliver top-notch courses to students.
The curriculum development team is a group of professionals with extensive knowledge about the industry and sustainability training. They research and write the courses taught at Everblue, and the instructors teach the material by applying it hands-on in the classroom.
All of the instructors have worked in the field they teach and have many useful contacts for students. The classroom can be the best place for students to network and build professional relationships with other workers in their field, so having a knowledgeable and well-connected instructor is invaluable to Everblue.
Everblue, a veteran-founded business, is the nation’s premier training provider for sustainability, with course offerings in over 100 locations worldwide. Recognized by the White House as a “Champion of Change,” Everblue has helped develop a highly skilled labor force in the building and construction industries. Corporate customers include the U.S. Department of Energy, Disney, Starbucks, and many others.