Everblue Announces First LEED Certification Courses For 2009

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Everblue provides training for corporations seeking to obtain LEED certification.

As it becomes imperative for many companies to have LEED certified employees on staff, Everblue is here to help meet the demand for pre-exam training

Everblue Training Institute, the nation's premier LEED training firm, has officially unveiled its lineup of certification courses for 2009. Offerings include classes for LEED Green Associate, LEED Existing Buildings and LEED Homes.

"As green construction becomes not only the movement of the future, but the wave of now, it is our pleasure to be able to offer a variety of LEED certification courses for professionals all over the world," said Grant McGregor, principal partner of Everblue.

Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design course provided by Everblue are offered in 27 cities in the United States and around the world. The institute is America's largest provider of LEED education after the US Green Building Council itself.

"LEED certification courses open the door on the future of construction and provide the springboard necessary for professionals to launch sustainable careers," said McGregor. "Individuals who are LEED certified are in high demand and will become even more so as regulations continue to favor a green approach to energy consumption, building and redesign."

Everblue's lineup of classes for 2009 is rather extensive. Some of the upcoming courses include: LEED Consulting courses, which will be available starting in April 2009, LEED Existing Building Operations and Maintenance courses, available in May 2009, LEED Green Associate, which launches in May 2009, and LEED Home courses that start in June 2009.

Students who undergo Everblue's training programs have a 90 percent pass rate on the LEED exam.

"We consistently receive student feedback thanking us for the comprehensiveness of our program," McGregor said. "We hear all the time that we've helped our students pass the LEED exam with flying colors, which simply makes our day and speaks volumes for the level of training we provide."

The firm's LEED exam prep program can be obtained in a number of different ways. Everblue provides a two-day comprehensive course, a full day program and even in-house training for corporations seeking to obtain LEED AP certified status for a number of employees.

"As it becomes imperative for many companies to have LEED certified employees on staff, Everblue is here to help meet the demand for pre-exam training," said McGregor. "Our training programs are ideal for architects, building owners, code officials, builders, government workers and more."

The benefits of taking LEED certification courses and successfully passing the LEED exam are numerous, he pointed out. For the professional, LEED delivers a very marketable credential. For employers, having LEED certified staff onboard opens the door for project eligibility and improves qualifications in RFPs, as well.

For more information about Everblue's 2009 training courses, visit http://www.everblueenergy.com or contact Jon Boggiano at (888) 204-8735.

About Everblue Training Institute
Everblue Training Institute is a veteran-owned company that is considered a national leader in LEED training. Since its creation, Everblue has assisted thousands of individuals in obtaining LEED certification. Institute staff includes experienced LEED project administrators, registered architects, interior designers and more. Everblue operates in partnership with such organizations as the U.S. Green Building Council, the American Institute of Architects and Energy Star.


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