Leed Green Associate

LEED Green Associate

Duration: 12 hours

Teaching Methodolody: Lecture

COURSE DESCRIPTION

The LEED Green Associate credential is for professionals who want to demonstrate green building expertise in non-technical fields of practice. This credential denotes basic knowledge of green design, construction, and operations. LEED Green Associate is the best introduction to green building that you will find - it is high level and comprehensive, providing insight into a 100+ areas of green building. Students will learn about the LEED Rating Systems and core concepts associated with working on a LEED Certification project.

AUDIENCE

This course is ideal for facility owners, contractors, construction managers, architects, lawyers, builders, engineers, product representatives, facility managers, real estate brokers, students and anyone interested in understanding green building principles or looking for a new career path.

PREREQUISITES

Desire to design environment friendly buildings.

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COURSE CONTENTS

01 - What is LEED?

  • Interface basics
  • Navigating
  • Walking around
  • Creating camera views
  • Shading faces and edges
  • Creating shadows and fog
  • Creating scenes
  • Selecting and moving objects
  • Scaling and rotating objects
  • Manipulating faces and edges
  • Advanced selection tools
Introduction & Learning Objectives

02 - The LEED Application Process

  • Line tool fundamentals
  • Using the Line tool for 3D drawing
  • Using the Rectangle tool
  • Creating circles and polygons
  • Creating arcs
  • Pushing & pulling faces into 3D
  • Using the Offset tool to create outlines
  • Using the Follow Me tool
  • Creating text
  • Softening round edges
  • Using construction tools to create guides
  • Creating sections
Getting to know Primavera P6 Professional

03 - Project Site Factors

  • Grouping objects
  • Creating components
  • Working with layers
  • Using the Outliner
  • Hiding and unhiding objects
  • Locking and unlocking objects
The Enterprise Project Structure (EPS)

04 - Water Management

  • Importing models from the Google Warehouse
  • Importing landscape components
  • Sketchup and Google Earth
  • Using Dynamic Components
  • Using Scenes
Project Creation

05 - Project Systems and Energy Impacts

  • MaterialsApplying materials
  • Editing materials
  • Creating materials
  • Mapping images
  • Applying bitmap images
  • Mapping curved objects
  • Projecting maps on curved objects
The Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)

06 - Acquisition, Installation and Management of Project Materials

  • Exterior & Simulated Lighting
  • Interior Light Settings
  • Exterior Light Settings
  • General Light Settings
Adding Activities

07 - Stakeholder Involvement in Innovation

  • Applying styles
  • Creating styling
  • Basic and advanced animation
Relationships and Constraints

08 - Project Surroundings and Public Outreach

  • Contours
  • Creating resources
  • Creating terrain from scratch
  • Sculpting with the Smoove tool
  • Stamping and draping objects on terrain
Formatting Project Data

09 - Synergistic Opportunities between various LEED strategies

  • Using Photo Match to align cameras
  • Modeling in Photo Match
Resources & Costs

10 - LEED GA Exam tips

  • Global switches
  • Lights, Shadows, Sun & Sky, Fog
  • Reflections & Refractions
  • Water & Glass
  • Settings
Resource Analysis