Our full-day LEED Green Associate Exam Preparation Workshop is designed to prepare you to pass the test with confidence. In addition to delivering the material in a clear and concise format, this workshop presents the types of questions that are asked on the exam so you know what and how to study. We review example scenarios from real world projects to help you better understand and remember the material while giving you an opportunity to put the concepts to practice.
- Participating in sample LEED "Charrette"
- Performing calculations covered on the LEED Green Associate exam
- Reviewing LEED Green Associate test taking strategies
- Answering LEED Green Associate practice questions
Alex Spilger is President of GreenStep Education and a Senior Vice President with Cushman & Wakefield’s Project & Development Services practice. He has consulted on over 100 diverse green building projects with high profile clients such as Google, Salesforce, Skype, Square, Mozilla, GoPro, GAP, and the Wharton School of Business among others. His project achievements include the first LEED Platinum Major Renovation project on the west coast, the first LEED CI Platinum project in California and one of the first projects to attempt the prestigious Living Building Challenge. Alex has taught over 250 LEED Exam Training Workshops across the globe through organizations such as the US Green Building Council (USGBC), American Institute of Architects (AIA), Sustainable Building Advisors Program and the Stanford Graduate School of Business to name a few. He has also developed curriculum for UC Berkeley where he teaches a 6-week Green Building Project Management course. Alex serves on the San Francisco Mayor’s Task Force on Green Leasing, is an active member of the US Green Building Council, ULI and CoreNet. He is a LEED Accredited Professional with specialties in BD+C, ID+C & EBOM, SGBC NCC Faculty, a Certified Green Building Professional, a Continuing Education Provider, HERS Rater and holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from UCLA.
This class is eligible for continuing education units (CEUs) from the Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI).