LEED AP Operations and Maintenance

The LEED AP Operations and Maintenance course from Ecotech Training aligns with the professional standards of excellence set forth by the United States Green Building Council (USGBC). This course will provide individuals with the knowledge, skills and accreditation preparation needed to show advanced knowledge of green building operations and maintenance.

Ecotech Training is a privately owned online training course provider.  

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Federal, state and municipal ordinances continue to set LEED as the standard for all operations and maintenance of existing public buildings.
Adding to your LEED skill set with an AP accreditation provides you with the education and background needed to implement sustainable improvements to thousands of existing structures. Also, help companies be more successful by using green building operations and maintenance strategies.
Greening existing buildings helps companies be more competitive and profitable, and makes you a more valuable employee.
LEED AP accreditation indicates valuable skills and knowledge for anyone working in the commercial real estate, facilities management or property management fields.

Online course with 8 hours of self-paced material

400 practice exam questions

Our LEED AP Operations and Maintenance course prepares participants to earn the nationally recognized LEED AP Operations and Maintenance certification.

Here are the steps to become eligible for, and successfully pass, the LEED O+M exam:

Step 1: Training

Take a LEED O+M course with Ecotech Training online

Step 2: Applying for your exam

Visit the USGBC website, usgbc.org and follow instructions on the USGBC website.

Step 3: Exam Scheduling

Got to prometric.com/gbci to schedule an exam appointment.

Step 4: Exam Format

The LEED AP exam is comprised of 100 randomly delivered multiple-choice questions and must be completed in 2 hours.

The exams are computer-based

Step 5: Exam Results

All LEED Professional exams are scored between 125 and 200.

All score of 170 or higher is required to pass.

Your exam score will be displayed on screen at the end of the exam and you will receive a printed report of your results from test center staff.

For the LEED AP combined exams, you must earn a 170 or higher on both parts within the same application period to earn the credential.

Step 6: Passing the Exam

As soon as you have passed the exam, you can use the title “LEED AP” followed by your specialty or specialties (O+M).

Once your exam results have been processed, you can request your certificate in My Credentials in the GBCI website.

Certificates are available in two forms:

PDF softcopy (available for download at any time for free).

Hardcopy (one free per reporting period additional copies are $25 each).

Step 7: Credential Maintenance Program

LEED APs must complete 30 continuing education (CE) hours biennially. For more information on credential maintenance, see Ecotech Training.

How much does this course cost?

$599 Please contact us as a 5% discount is available.

What is the Difference Between LEED Certification and LEED Accreditation?

Buildings earn LEED Certification. Individuals who pass one of the LEED credentialing exams become LEED Accredited.

Why Get Your LEED Accreditation?

There are several career paths to which LEED knowledge can be applied. Typically, if you are already in the construction industry (such as an architect, contractor, or interior designer), you can use LEED to enhance your knowledge of sustainable methods and technologies, and offer their customers more services. For those new to the industry, becoming a LEED Green Associate will allow you to work on projects seeking LEED Certification, which is a prerequisite to the more advanced, specialty LEED Accreditation

When and Where to I Take the Exam?

LEED exams are scheduled by appointment at Prometric Testing Centers and are computer-based tests. That means you can schedule an exam at a local testing center (there are over 400 nationwide and at least one in every major city) at a time that is convenient for you. Testing centers are typically open six days a week. Since all LEED exams are computer-based, you will find out the results of your exam instantly.

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