Belmont, CA June 4, 2009 -- In an effort to provide an educational program for the thousands of building professionals looking to pass the new LEED Green Associate (GA) exam, PPI, the leading provider of LEED exam prep materials, today released the schedule of its new LEED Green Associate Exam Prep Classes.
Taught by award-winning LEED Accredited instructors, the new one-day LEED GA classes will be held throughout the United States and are scheduled to start on June 20th. Students will receive a complete review of the subject areas covered on the exam and will solve realistic, exam-like practice problems. As a bonus, each student will receive a complimentary copy of PPI's best-selling LEED GA study guide, practice exams book, and over 300 flashcards for use in class and for post-class review. PPI also provides private classes for corporations and professional associations.
Schedule of Upcoming Classes
June 20 - Boston, MA
June 20 - Orlando, FL
June 27 - San Francisco, CA
July 11- Houston, TX
July 18 - Chicago, IL
July 25 - New York, NY
A complete schedule of upcoming classes is available.
"I am now a LEED AP thanks to PPI's instructors and the PPI LEED Exam Prep Class. The tips provided were very helpful in preparing me for the exam and their books were instrumental in helping me understand the LEED Rating System and preparing me to pass the exam. I can't say enough about PPI's approach to LEED exam preparation," said former student Timothy J. Monger, CRE, LEED AP.
The LEED Green Associate credential is intended for individuals seeking to advance their career in the green building industry. The LEED Green Associate exam was created to assess an examinee's basic knowledge and understanding of green design, construction, and operations. An examinee who passes the exam receives a LEED Green Associate credential. Architects, engineers, interior designers, product or manufacturers' representatives, contractors, maintenance managers, developers, real estate agents, building consultants, lenders, and other professionals involved in the green building industry are taking the LEED Green Associate exam.