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LEED v 4: Transformation through Transparency, Health and Achievement (LEED Specific)
Health, Safety & Welfare Credits: AIA (1LU), IDCEC (0.1 CEU), GBCI (1 CE)
At the completion of this program, the participants will understand the impact of the newest LEED rating program, Version 4, on the BD&C and ID&C rating systems through analysis of credits and rating guides. They will also be able to identify new programs, credits, and concepts introduced to measure building performance. Further the importance of product transparency through disclosure as well as third-party product certifications will be emphasized.