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New Session of Chapman's LEED Prep Class Starts May 25
Chapman will offer a new session of its popular LEED Version 3 test preparation course this May for clients and industry professionals who want to learn the new LEED v3 system or achieve LEED GA or LEED AP status.
Classes will be held at Chapman's office and will be taught by Chapman's Director of Sustainable Practices, Guy Compagnone. Students attending Chapman's past classes have reported a higher pass rate than the national average.
Chapman is enrolling for the May LEED v3 program. The 12-hour exam prep course is offered over six two-hour sessions starting at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, May 25, 2010 and running for the next five consecutive Tuesdays (May 25, June 1, 8, 15, 22, and 29). The course provides a comprehensive review of green building fundamentals and integrated design principles, a credit-by-credit study of the LEED v3 Building Design and Construction Rating System, practice exams with detailed answers, shorthand notes, and other reference materials. The cost for the program is $695.
*AIA continuing education credits are available.