05-04-20 | Education

Get LEED Accreditation

Classes Offered through July

LeadingGreen educational courses have helped over 9000 students pass their respective LEED exam at a 99% pass rate.

Now more than ever, the necessity of having a prominent online presence has put itself at the forefront of businesses across the world. While this undoubtedly holds true at the corporate level, this holds true in individual professional development as well. LeadingGreen Training and Consulting Inc., a provider of education and services in the sustainable design and construction industry, has found a way to prioritize both.

The Toronto based organization specializes in LEED accreditation training and has adapted their previously in-person exclusive courses into an easily accessible online program. This course and its materials have proven to be instrumental in helping over 9000 students pass their respective exam at a 99% pass rate under the guidance of Lorne Mlotek, president and founder of LeadingGreen. For seven years, Mlotek has led students through a wide range of courses such as energy modeling, building science and over 200 LEED training courses. He has further experience as an academic presenter of sustainable topics with hundreds of organizations and collegiate level institutions.

Mlotek has been credited with being the driving force behind LeadingGreen's educational success and with leveraging the organization's online capabilities to maximize the scope of their programs.

LeadingGreen is currently offering a $50 discount on the regular $200 fee for the course to help ensure that LEED accreditation can propel the careers of students. Furthermore, course offerings can take place with live webinars under the instruction of Mlotek or as a self-paced online workshop. The next live session is scheduled to take place on May 9 with several others timetabled through July.

"In a time of uncertainty, we have found an opportunity that allows any who are looking to advance their career to take more control of their future," reports the company.


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