Learn the Basics of Residential Green (Re)Building

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    When it comes to building new homes, remodeling, additions or developing multifamily housing, it’s important to incorporate green strategies to stay competitive.

     These measures can save your clients money, improve resale value and give you more of a competitive edge in the market. In this 8 part series, we will cover the basics of the five pillars of Green Building: Energy, Health, Water, Materials and Place along with some of the different green certification systems that can help guide your decisions and give you a marketing tool to tell your story.  We will also introduce the concepts of financing and fund green projects and how to further your education or professional credentials to set yourself apart as a better professional.

    Integrating sustainability into your practice, whether an individual, small business or major corporation is key to thriving in this market where the green building will be $200 billion industry by 2018.

    Course icon- instructor   Instructor: GreenHome Institute

    ceu-icon   CEUs:

    • GBCI(LEED H Specific) (3 hr)
    • AIA (HSW) (3 hr)
    • NARI GREEN (3 hr)
    • GCP (3 hr)

    Course icon- you'll learn   You’ll learn:

    • How to articulate the 5 pillars of green building and holistic construction practices
    • Know where to get more resources to expand knowledge in each of these areas
    • Reiterate the benefits of certification standards and labels
    • How to take the first steps to make your client’s projects greener & better

    Course icon- resources   Resources included:

    • Handouts

    Course icon- time   Time: 2 hrs 30 min.

    Course icon- quiz included   Quiz included

    Course icon- Translation   Language: English

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