LEED Accreditation Exam Prep

Ecotech Training gives you the knowledge, skills and confidence you need to pass your LEED exam. Our online exam prep course, delivered by our industry expert instructors, is packed with study tips and test-taking tactics.

Our courses align with the professional standards set forth by the United States Green Building Council (USGBC). These courses will provide individuals with the knowledge, skills and accreditation needed to begin their path into the green building industry.

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Is LEED Accreditation Right for You?

The LEED courses and training are extremely valuable to contractors, construction managers, solar installers, architects and other professionals seeking to reduce wasted resources and work on green buildings seeking LEED Certification.

With LEED Accreditation, you will have a solid understanding of the LEED credit rating system, LEED standards and the LEED design system. Our LEED exam prep will also provide you with the knowledge and skills needed to begin your path to a better job.

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How to Become a LEED Accredited Professional

Becoming a LEED accredited professional provides proof that you have demonstrated your current knowledge of green building technologies, best practices and the rapidly evolving LEED rating systems. You need to have this particular accreditation in your credentials before getting involved in designing or building a LEED certified building. Having a LEED AP credential under your belt proves that you are an expert in the green building field with the technical knowledge, experience, and credibility to contribute to the design and construction, or operations and maintenance of green buildings and environmentally sustainable neighborhood.

There are three levels of individual accreditation within the LEED accreditation process:

LEED Green Associate


LEED Fellow

The first level is the LEED Green Associate Accreditation which covers the basics for the LEED project processes, LEED rating systems, core sustainability concepts and terminology. If you are about to pursue LEED accreditation, this area will be the first one that you learn and the first accreditation that you will obtain. The second level is the LEED AP, in which you will be tested on the fundamentals of green building and a LEED specialty of your own choosing. You must have work experience in a LEED project in order to be eligible to take the certification exam.

The third level is the LEED Fellow which is a non-exam accreditation since the candidate can only be nominated from a LEED AP accredited individual after obtaining ten or more years of experience in the field.

For employers, policymakers, building owners, and other stakeholders, a LEED accredited credential assures them of your competence and indicates that you are among the most qualified, educated and influential green building professionals in the marketplace.

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