The LEED 210: Green Building Core Concepts and Strategies for Facilities Management course examines the intent and environmental, social, and economic impact of the green building core concepts that are fundamental to the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) green building rating system. This course will review green building issues and core concepts of the LEED framework unique to facilities management settings, as well as the key roles supporting sustainability in these settings. In addition, this course will provide the skills and knowledge for learners to become leaders in their organization's overall sustainability efforts and allow them to identify opportunities for growing this role in the future.
This is a 26 time-on-task hour course. Time on task refers to the estimated amount of time to complete all readings and assessment in a given course. Once the course has been accessed, students have 6 months to complete the course before access expires.