LEED for Homes Green Rater Training

Fort Collins, CO

December 7-8, 2017

$650/person

Instructor: J. Stace McGeeLEED Fellow and Faculty 

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Green Raters provide in-the-field verification services at each and every LEED BD+C: Homes and LEED BD+C: Multifamily Midrise Project. Green Raters play a critical part in Homes certification. 
With tens of thousands of registered projects, the demand for qualified Green Raters is growing every day.
The two-part LEED for Homes Green Rater Training is designed to prepare qualified participants to provide verification services on LEED for Homes projects. Applicants must meet/submit initial qualifications and complete a two-part training (this two-day workshop and an online course component). Following the training, participants will take a computer-based exam provided by the Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI) and complete a mentorship on real projects before earning the LEED for Homes Green Rater Certificate. 
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Identify responsibilities of a LEED for Homes Green Rater in each phase of a project 
Manage and conduct verification activities
Effectively use the project checklist file 
Communication effectively with project teams and LEED for Homes Providers
Apply the sampling protocol on applicable projects
Prepare accurate and complete certification submittal packages
Recognize major changes when V4 for Homes is launched
AUDIENCE
This training is intended for professionals with a minimum of three years’ experience in the residential construction industry and basic residential green building knowledge who are interested in providing verification services on LEED for Homes projects. Those with a background in on-site verification and/or energy rating are particularly qualified.
PREREQUISITES
Submit LEED for Homes Green Rater Eligibility Qualifications (request this document from Green Insight via emails) 
REGISTRATION
Email Ryan or Cody or me?
STEPS TO BECOMING A GREEN RATER
Step one: Complete the Green Rater Eligibility Qualification process.
Step two: Complete the 2 part Green Rater training
Part 1: Full series of self-guided online learning modules (approximately 5 hours)
o 1.1 Becoming a LEED for Homes Green Rater
o 1.2 Green Rater Roles and Responsibilities
o 1.3 Technical Strategies for LEED for Homes
o 1.4 Multifamily and Production Home Projects
o 1.5 Green Rater Tools and Resources
Part 2: Instructor-led 2-day LEE xdD for Homes Green Rater Workshop (2 full days)
o When you register for Green Rater Training, you are registering for both Part 1 and Part 2 of the Green Rater training. Access to Part 1 will be emailed to you once your registration is confirmed.
o Register for the training (see above for registration)
Step three: Pass the Green Rater exam
Application fee: $50 | Exam fee: $250 (per exam appointment)
AFTER PASSING THE EXAM
Upon passing the exam, candidates will be recognized with a Green Rater in training status.
Establish an agreement with a LEED for Homes Provider organization. Complete the Green Rater mentorship within 24 months of passing the exam. After completing the mentorship, you will receive your LEED for Homes Green Rater certificate.
Maintain your certificate by verifying a minimum of 2 projects per 2 years.
Green Raters provide in-the-field verification services at each and every LEED BD+C: Homes and LEED BD+C: Multifamily Midrise Project. Green Raters play a critical part in Homes certification. 
With tens of thousands of registered projects, the demand for qualified Green Raters is growing every day.
The two-part LEED for Homes Green Rater Training is designed to prepare qualified participants to provide verification services on LEED for Homes projects. Applicants must meet/submit initial qualifications and complete a two-part training (this two-day workshop and an online course component). Following the training, participants will take a computer-based exam provided by the Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI) and complete a mentorship on real projects before earning the LEED for Homes Green Rater Certificate. 
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Identify responsibilities of a LEED for Homes Green Rater in each phase of a project 
Manage and conduct verification activities
Effectively use the project checklist file 
Communication effectively with project teams and LEED for Homes Providers
Apply the sampling protocol on applicable projects
Prepare accurate and complete certification submittal packages
Recognize major changes when V4 for Homes is launched
AUDIENCE
This training is intended for professionals with a minimum of three years’ experience in the residential construction industry and basic residential green building knowledge who are interested in providing verification services on LEED for Homes projects. Those with a background in on-site verification and/or energy rating are particularly qualified.
PREREQUISITES
Submit LEED for Homes Green Rater Eligibility Qualifications (request this document from Green Insight via emails) 
REGISTRATION
Email Ryan or Cody or me?
STEPS TO BECOMING A GREEN RATER
Step one: Complete the Green Rater Eligibility Qualification process.
Step two: Complete the 2 part Green Rater training
Part 1: Full series of self-guided online learning modules (approximately 5 hours)
o 1.1 Becoming a LEED for Homes Green Rater
o 1.2 Green Rater Roles and Responsibilities
o 1.3 Technical Strategies for LEED for Homes
o 1.4 Multifamily and Production Home Projects
o 1.5 Green Rater Tools and Resources
Part 2: Instructor-led 2-day LEE xdD for Homes Green Rater Workshop (2 full days)
o When you register for Green Rater Training, you are registering for both Part 1 and Part 2 of the Green Rater training. Access to Part 1 will be emailed to you once your registration is confirmed.
o Register for the training (see above for registration)
Step three: Pass the Green Rater exam
Application fee: $50 | Exam fee: $250 (per exam appointment)
AFTER PASSING THE EXAM
Upon passing the exam, candidates will be recognized with a Green Rater in training status.
Establish an agreement with a LEED for Homes Provider organization. Complete the Green Rater mentorship within 24 months of passing the exam. After completing the mentorship, you will receive your LEED for Homes Green Rater certificate.
Maintain your certificate by verifying a minimum of 2 projects per 2 years.
Green Raters provide in-the-field verification services at each and every LEED BD+C: Homes and LEED BD+C: Multifamily Midrise Project. Green Raters play a critical part in Homes certification. 
With tens of thousands of registered projects, the demand for qualified Green Raters is growing every day.
The two-part LEED for Homes Green Rater Training is designed to prepare qualified participants to provide verification services on LEED for Homes projects. Applicants must meet/submit initial qualifications and complete a two-part training (this two-day workshop and an online course component). Following the training, participants will take a computer-based exam provided by the Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI) and complete a mentorship on real projects before earning the LEED for Homes Green Rater Certificate. 
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Identify responsibilities of a LEED for Homes Green Rater in each phase of a project 
Manage and conduct verification activities
Effectively use the project checklist file 
Communication effectively with project teams and LEED for Homes Providers
Apply the sampling protocol on applicable projects
Prepare accurate and complete certification submittal packages
Recognize major changes when V4 for Homes is launched
AUDIENCE
This training is intended for professionals with a minimum of three years’ experience in the residential construction industry and basic residential green building knowledge who are interested in providing verification services on LEED for Homes projects. Those with a background in on-site verification and/or energy rating are particularly qualified.
PREREQUISITES
Submit LEED for Homes Green Rater Eligibility Qualifications (request this document from Green Insight via emails) 
REGISTRATION
Email Ryan or Cody or me?
STEPS TO BECOMING A GREEN RATER
Step one: Complete the Green Rater Eligibility Qualification process.
Step two: Complete the 2 part Green Rater training
Part 1: Full series of self-guided online learning modules (approximately 5 hours)
o 1.1 Becoming a LEED for Homes Green Rater
o 1.2 Green Rater Roles and Responsibilities
o 1.3 Technical Strategies for LEED for Homes
o 1.4 Multifamily and Production Home Projects
o 1.5 Green Rater Tools and Resources
Part 2: Instructor-led 2-day LEE xdD for Homes Green Rater Workshop (2 full days)
o When you register for Green Rater Training, you are registering for both Part 1 and Part 2 of the Green Rater training. Access to Part 1 will be emailed to you once your registration is confirmed.
o Register for the training (see above for registration)
Step three: Pass the Green Rater exam
Application fee: $50 | Exam fee: $250 (per exam appointment)
AFTER PASSING THE EXAM
Upon passing the exam, candidates will be recognized with a Green Rater in training status.
Establish an agreement with a LEED for Homes Provider organization. Complete the Green Rater mentorship within 24 months of passing the exam. After completing the mentorship, you will receive your LEED for Homes Green Rater certificate.
Maintain your certificate by verifying a minimum of 2 projects per 2 years.
Green Raters provide in-the-field verification services at each and every LEED BD+C: Homes and LEED BD+C: Multifamily Midrise Project. Green Raters play a critical part in Homes certification. 
With tens of thousands of registered projects, the demand for qualified Green Raters is growing every day.
The two-part LEED for Homes Green Rater Training is designed to prepare qualified participants to provide verification services on LEED for Homes projects. Applicants must meet/submit initial qualifications and complete a two-part training (this two-day workshop and an online course component). Following the training, participants will take a computer-based exam provided by the Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI) and complete a mentorship on real projects before earning the LEED for Homes Green Rater Certificate. 
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Identify responsibilities of a LEED for Homes Green Rater in each phase of a project 
Manage and conduct verification activities
Effectively use the project checklist file 
Communication effectively with project teams and LEED for Homes Providers
Apply the sampling protocol on applicable projects
Prepare accurate and complete certification submittal packages
Recognize major changes when V4 for Homes is launched
AUDIENCE
This training is intended for professionals with a minimum of three years’ experience in the residential construction industry and basic residential green building knowledge who are interested in providing verification services on LEED for Homes projects. Those with a background in on-site verification and/or energy rating are particularly qualified.
PREREQUISITES
Submit LEED for Homes Green Rater Eligibility Qualifications (request this document from Green Insight via emails) 
REGISTRATION
Email Ryan or Cody or me?
STEPS TO BECOMING A GREEN RATER
Step one: Complete the Green Rater Eligibility Qualification process.
Step two: Complete the 2 part Green Rater training
Part 1: Full series of self-guided online learning modules (approximately 5 hours)
o 1.1 Becoming a LEED for Homes Green Rater
o 1.2 Green Rater Roles and Responsibilities
o 1.3 Technical Strategies for LEED for Homes
o 1.4 Multifamily and Production Home Projects
o 1.5 Green Rater Tools and Resources
Part 2: Instructor-led 2-day LEE xdD for Homes Green Rater Workshop (2 full days)
o When you register for Green Rater Training, you are registering for both Part 1 and Part 2 of the Green Rater training. Access to Part 1 will be emailed to you once your registration is confirmed.
o Register for the training (see above for registration)
Step three: Pass the Green Rater exam
Application fee: $50 | Exam fee: $250 (per exam appointment)
AFTER PASSING THE EXAM
Upon passing the exam, candidates will be recognized with a Green Rater in training status.
Establish an agreement with a LEED for Homes Provider organization. Complete the Green Rater mentorship within 24 months of passing the exam. After completing the mentorship, you will receive your LEED for Homes Green Rater certificate.
Maintain your certificate by verifying a minimum of 2 projects per 2 years.

With tens of thousands of registered projects, the demand for qualified Green Raters is growing every day.

Green Raters provide in-the-field verification services at each and every LEED BD+C: Homes project and play a critical role in LEED for Homes certification.

The two-part LEED for Homes Green Rater Training is designed to prepare qualified participants to provide verification services on LEED for Homes projects. Applicants must meet/submit initial qualifications and complete a two-part training (this two-day workshop and an online course component).
 
Following the training, participants will take a computer-based exam provided by the Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI) and complete mentorship on real projects before earning the LEED for Homes Green Rater Certificate. 
 
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  • Identify responsibilities of a LEED for Homes Green Rater in each phase of a project 
  • Manage and conduct verification activities
  • Effectively use the project checklist Excel workbook 
  • Communication effectively with project teams and LEED for Homes Providers
  • Apply the sampling protocol on applicable projects
  • Prepare accurate and complete certification submittal packages
  • Recognize major changes between LEED for Homes v2008 and v4
AUDIENCE
This training is intended for professionals with a minimum of three years’ experience in the residential construction industry and basic residential green building knowledge who are interested in providing verification services on LEED for Homes projects. Those with a background in on-site verification and/or energy rating are particularly qualified.
 
PREREQUISITES
 
REGISTRATION
Registration form coming soon.  Reserve your seat by sending us a message through our Contact Us form. We will email you a registration form when it becomes available.
 
STEPS TO BECOMING A GREEN RATER
Step one: Complete the Green Rater Eligibility Qualification process.
Step two: Complete the 2 part Green Rater training
     Part 1: Full series of self-guided online learning modules (approximately 5 hours)
          1.1 Becoming a LEED for Homes Green Rater
          1.2 Green Rater Roles and Responsibilities
          1.3 Technical Strategies for LEED for Homes
          1.4 Multifamily and Production Home Projects
          1.5 Green Rater Tools and Resources
     Part 2: Instructor-led 2-day LEE xdD for Homes Green Rater Workshop (2 full days)
          2.1 When you register for Green Rater Training, you are registering for both Part 1 and Part 2 of the Green Rater training. Access to Part 1 will be emailed to you once your registration is confirmed.
          2.2 Register for the training (see above for registration)
Step three: Pass the Green Rater exam
     Application fee: $50 | Exam fee: $250 (per exam appointment)
 
AFTER PASSING THE EXAM
Upon passing the exam, candidates will be recognized with a LEED for Homes Green Rater in training status.
 
Step four: Establish an agreement with a LEED for Homes Provider organization and complete the LEED for Homes Green Rater mentorship within 24 months of passing the exam. After completing the mentorship, you will receive your LEED for Homes Green Rater certificate.
 
Maintain your certificate by verifying a minimum of 2 projects per 2 years.