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Continuing Education credits for AIA and GBCI

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

  • An Advocate’s Guide to Resilience Regulations

    Spotlight Report

    For decades, designers have fought for sustainability to be incorporated into building codes and standards. Is it time to do the same for resilience?

  • Can Commercial Kitchens Go Electric?

    Spotlight Report

    Commercial kitchens are one of the most energy-intensive building spaces, consuming approximately five times the energy per square foot of a standard office.

  • Wood: What’s Good?

    Spotlight Report

    Mass timber is lauded for being “climate smart”—meaning it helps mitigate climate change—because it stores carbon from the atmosphere instead of emitting carbon.
    But is this true?

  • Building Re-Entry with Arc


    Arc Skoru’s Chris Pyke explains Arc Re-entry and how it integrates with CDC and WHO recommendations, LEED pilot credits, the WELL Building Standard, and other frameworks.

  • LEED Project Management- 3 Module Combo

    Multi-Course Module

    This full course is designed for professionals who are somewhat familiar with the LEED Rating System, but who are looking to go beyond the basics to gain a deeper understanding of the unique processes involved with managing a LEED project, including documenting several of the most common credits from start to finish.

  • Essential Playbook to Managing LEED Construction


    Tommy Linstroth of Green Badger explains how to do decide which construction-related LEED credits to upgrade to v4.1.

  • LEED Project Management- Project Schedule & Timeline Module

    LEED Project Management Course

    In order to successfully contribute to a LEED project, it is important to have an understanding of how the LEED process integrates within a typical design and construction schedule.

  • Whole-Building LCA Tools for LEED v4 and v4.1


    Whole-building life-cycle assessment (WBLCA) can help project teams reduce embodied carbon as well as many other environmental impacts of building materials.

  • The Value of Variability


    Dr. Gail Brager, Professor of Architecture at UC Berkeley, discusses the value of (mostly thermal) variability in terms of human experience, and implications for design of the built environment.

  • Downscaled Climate Data: Where to Get It and How to Use It


    What weather data are you using to inform design? Learn where to access high-resolution climate projection data for your projects, and how to use it. Be an early adopter as the AEC industry moves from considering weather as static to using information about our changing climate to inform design.