Green Education Services is an approved EPA Trainer and USGBC Education Provider providing industry professionals world-class LEED Training, BPI Certification, & EPA Lead Certification seminars and workshops. They offer training to help people become experts in green building and design, through the LEED exam prep and continuing education. They also offer certification in lead renovator safety and energy audits.
LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design)
This course is for anyone interested in learning more about green building. Get up-to-speed on the
most recent trends in green building through their exam prep and continuing education courses, now offered in-person & online!
EPA Lead Renovator Certification
The certification course is focused on lead-based paint safety. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued a new certification required for all contractors, renovators, and painters who work in pre-1978 homes and/or child-occupied facilities. Individuals must take a one-day lead-safety training course to become a Certified Renovator. GreenEDU is an EPA-accredited training provider.
BPI Building Analyst Training
This BPI Certification course trains people to perform energy audits. Their accelerated BPI certification program is the ideal workshop series for any individual, regardless of previous experience, to get trained and certified for the high-demand energy auditing field.
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Green Education Options
The Green Market Oracle’s Green School Series 2011
The Green Market Oracle’s Green Schools Series 2010
Green School Census
Green Memes and Schools
National Wildlife Federation’s Campus Case Studies
UNESCO’s Education for Sustainable Development
International Society of Sustainability Professionals Educational Programs
Second Nature’s Education for Sustainability Innovation Program
Second Nature’s Financing Sustainability on Campus Book
Second Nature’s Advancing Green Building in Higher Education Program
Green School Buildings
Green Schools are Bridging the Knowledge Gap
Sustainable Education is Key to Accessing the Green Economy