Continuing Education credits for AIA, GBCI, and ILFI

Find BuildingGreen articles, webcasts, and reports approved for continuing educations credits through AIA, GBCI, and ILFI. We will record and automatically report CEU credits for members.

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  • Introduction to Fitwel Certification

    Webcast

    Join BuildingGreen and GreenStep for an on-demand webcast on Fitwel certification to get familiar with this rating system and learn how to prepare for the Fitwel Ambassador exam. You can also earn continuing education credits.

  • Introduction to WELL Certification

    Webcast

    Healthy interiors and wellbeing are the trending buzzwords of sustainable design. In this hour-long on-demand webcast, GreenStep Education's Alex Spilger will walk you through the seven concepts within WELL and describe what sets it apart from other frameworks such as LEED and Fitwel. He will also discuss the WELL AP credential and how to best approach studying for the exam.

  • BuildingGreen's Top 10 Green Building Products for 2018

    Webcast

    BuildingGreen selects ten products every year that push the sustainable design industry forward. Learn about this year's selections.

  • Materials Transparency & LEED

    Webcast

    This deep dive into the three Building Product Disclosure and Optimization (BPDO) credits in LEED v4 provides the rationale for why product choices are so important, the details on how to achieve points within the three credits, and which options you shouldn't bother pursuing.

  • Dream Materials: What Do You Really Want to Build With?

    Webcast

    Innovations in product manufacturing are creating new options for designers at an ever-increasing pace. But are the new products and materials what we really want? Can we trust their claims?

  • Full-Blown Energy Modeling

    Webcast

    Like any tool, energy modeling needs to be wielded properly. Savvy designers know that different kinds of models are useful at different times. For example, if you use a calibrated energy model only at the end of the design process, you’re not only misusing this particular technique—you’re also missing out on the dollar and energy savings this type of modeling can provide. This one-hour webcast will show you how to save thousands of dollars in first costs and operational costs.

  • Deep Material Vetting (That Won’t Chew Through Your Design Budget)

    Webcast

    In just one hour, learn how to vet products and materials (without having to earn chemistry and toxicology degrees!). Includes special access to a forum offering post-webcast product vetting support.

  • Certified Wood Update: Comparing SFI to FSC on Key Forestry and Health Issues

    Webcast

    FSC-certified wood is ingrained in green building rating systems like LEED and the Living Building Challenge, but rival SFI has a revised standard. Can it prove it’s just as good on the issues that matter most?

  • Shoebox Energy Modeling: How to Do Quick, Early Simulations

    Webcast

    Most whole building energy simulations require a mechanical system design, making them unsuitable for early-design modeling. In response, architects and energy modelers are turning to shoebox models, with one or just a few zones.

    Not doing energy modeling yourself? This webcast will familiarize you with concepts that will help you get more out of your energy modeler, whether it is someone on your staff, or an outside consultant.

  • Designing Natural Ventilation: Will the Breeze Follow Your Pointy Arrows?

    Webcast

    While airflow analysis isn't part of most building simulations today, it is part of nearly all low-energy buildings. Unfortunately, many architects aren't well-positioned to take advantage of this opportunity because they aren't trained to set up or interpret most airflow models. This webcast will introduce you to new software that enables you to engage more fully with airflow investigations required to validate design strategies.