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The new LEED 2009 Rating System focused on structural changes to improve the LEED Rating System: aligning the rating systems to a 110-point system, an updated LEED Online, and a new Certification ...

The new LEED 2009 Rating System focused on structural changes to improve the LEED Rating System: aligning the rating systems to a 110-point system, an updated LEED Online, and a new Certification model. According, to the USGBC, "The ability to be flexible [with the evolution of the rating system] allows LEED to evolve, taking advantage of new technologies and advancements in building science while prioritizing energy efficiency and CO2 emissions reductions." Learn more about LEED at www.nexusboston.org/learn/leed-resources.

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    BLUG LEED Version 3 Changes Presentation BLUG LEED Version 3 Changes Presentation Presentation Transcript

    • Boston LEED Users Group: LEED Version 3 Changes
    • NEXUS GRT’s range of services: • Green project management • Design charrettes • Feasibility assessment • Building systems analysis •Rhode Island Center for Biotechnology & Life Sciences • Carbon footprint reduction •Mass Audubon Wellfleet Bay Sanctuary • ENERGY STAR assessment • LEED certification • LEED support • LEED policy development • LEED credit calculation and strategic assistance review
    • • Bourne Mill Apartments • Boston Children’s Museum • Staples • Suffolk University’s 10 West Street Dorm • Burlington Office Park-5 Wall Street • Georgetown McDonough School of Business • Penn State University Hershey Medical Children’s Hospital
    • Courses •LEED Green Associate Exam Prep •LEED & Green Project Management •Rhode Island Center for Biotechnology & Life Sciences •Energy Modeling for LEED Certification •Mass Audubon Wellfleet Bay Sanctuary •Case Study Roundtables •Product Presentations
    • What Is LEED v3? LEED v3 is the newest evolution of the LEED rating system. It was launched on April 27, 2009. LEED v3 encompasses three components: 1. LEED 2009, composed of LEED rating system updates/revisions 2. Revision and evolution of LEED certification process 3. LEED Online v3
    • What Is LEED 2009? LEED 2009 aligns five of the rating systems—NC, CS and Schools (now BD&C), CI (now ID&C) and EBOM (now EB O&M). All ratings in these five ratings systems are based on a 110-point system— 100 points plus 10 potential bonus points.
    • What Is LEED 2009?
    • What Is LEED 2009? LEED 2009 changes include: 1) LEED Prerequisite/Credit Alignment and Harmonization 2) Predictable Development Cycle 3) Transparent Environmental/Human Impact Credit Weighting 4) Regionalization
    • LEED Prerequisite/Credit Alignment and Harmonization • Credits and prerequisites have been consolidated and aligned, drawing on their most effective common denominators, so that they’re consistent across all LEED 2009 rating systems. • Necessary precedent-setting and clarifying information from Credit Interpretation Rulings (CIRs) were incorporated into the rating systems. • LEED for Homes and LEED for Neighborhood Development were not changed under LEED 2009.
    • Transparent Environmental/Human Impact Credit Weighting Credits now have different weightings depending on their ability to impact different environmental and human health concerns. More points are awarded for strategies that have greater positive impacts on what matters most – energy efficiency and CO2 reductions.
    • Transparent Environmental/Human Impact Credit Weighting In LEED 2009, more points are awarded in the Energy & Atmosphere, Water Efficiency and Sustainable Sites categories than in v2.2, and fewer points are awarded in Materials & Resources and Indoor Environmental Quality.
    • Regionalization USGBC’s regional councils, chapters and affiliates worked to identify regionally specific environmental issues and prioritize six LEED credits for the region. Projects can receive up to four extra points (one point per credit) for earning the priority credits.
    • LEED Minimum Program Requirements LEED 2009 now includes Minimum Program Requirements (MPRs) that each project must adhere to: 1) Comply with environmental laws 2) Be a complete, permanent building or space 3) Use a reasonable site boundary 4) Comply with minimum FTE & floor area requirements
    • LEED Minimum Program Requirements 5) Comply with minimum occupancy rates (O&M) 6) Commit to sharing whole-building energy & water usage data 7) Comply with a minimum building area to site area ratio
    • Changes to AP Credentialing In June 2009, a new three-level LEED-AP tier system was introduced: • Tier I—LEED Green Associate • Tier II—LEED AP • Tier III—LEED AP Fellow There are now eligibility requirements for all levels of the exam in addition to credentialing maintenance requirements.
    • LEED AP with Specialty Tier II—LEED AP: • Extraordinary depth of knowledge in green building practices and specialization in a particular field: –Commercial building design and construction –Commercial operations and maintenance –Commercial interior design and construction –Residential design and construction –Neighborhood development • Must pass 2-part (including GA exam), 4-hour exam (200 multiple choice questions) • Biannual educational maintenance requirement of 30 hours
    • LEED AP Exam Requirements Requirements for taking LEED AP exam: • Documented work on at least one LEED project within the last 3 years, with verification in the form of a letter of attestation from a supervisor, client, or project manager • Submit to application audit
    • LEED AP Exam Requirements For exam eligibility, GBCI considers involvement on a LEED project to mean that the candidate can demonstrate how they have contributed to the registered project through active participation and on-going responsibility and can show how they have been exposed to the LEED process
    • LEED AP Exam • LEED AP candidates must pass both the Green Associate and the LEED AP sections of the exam to earn the LEED AP credential. • You are allowed three attempts per section during the one-year application period. • If you pass one part of the LEED AP exam, you only have to retake the part you failed. • If you only pass the first part of the LEED AP exam, you are NOT a LEED Green Associate.
    • LEED Green Associate Exam The Green Associates exam tests: • Knowledge of what LEED is • Knowledge of administrative processes, including registration, certification, CIRs, etc. • Familiarity with terminology • Potential strategies for achieving sustainability goals • How to be involved with and support other LEED project team members
    • LEED AP Exam The LEED APs exam tests: • Knowledge and skills necessary to participate in the design process, to support and encourage integrated design, and to streamline the LEED application and certification process • Understanding of green building practices and principles, and familiarity with LEED requirements and reference standards
    • Session Agenda I. Introduction to The Green Roundtable II. LEED with Specialty Designation III. How to Maintain Your LEED AP Credential
    • Maintaining Your LEED AP Credential: LEED APs without Specialty • LEED APs without specialty (those who passed exam prior to July 1, 2009) who enroll in the CMP system follow a different CMP compliance path than LEED Green Associates and LEED APs who have taken one of the new specialty exams. • For LEED APs without specialty, GBCI provides an enrollment window between fall 2009 and October 27, 2011. • Enrolling in the CMP allows these LEED APs to use the new LEED AP with specialty credential aligned with the exam they initially took.
    • LEED APs without Specialty • Enrollment is through “My Credentials” on GBCI website (https://ssl11.cyzap.net/gbcic ertonline/login/) • Select “Enroll in the LEED AP with Specialty Credential” • The 2-year CMP reporting period begins on the CMP enrollment date and ends 2 years minus 1 day from the start date.
    • LEED APs without Specialty • During the enrollment period, LEED APs without specialty must either pass the new specialty exam (registering before October 27, 2011) OR complete prescriptive CMP requirements during the initial 2- year reporting period • If enrolling through retesting, only the specialty exam is required • After passing the exam, LEED APs must complete continuing education in order to maintain their specialty credential
    • LEED APs without Specialty • LEED APs without specialty who do not enroll in the CMP are not required to do any credentialing maintenance or to pay any fees. • LEED APs without specialty who don’t enroll in the CMP or those who enroll and don’t maintain the specialty credential will continue to be listed as LEED APs without specialty in the LEED Professional Directory, will hold the credential in perpetuity, and can continue to use LEED AP without specialty title and logo.
    • LEED APs without Specialty • If LEED APs without specialty want to get their specialty designation after their enrollment period ends, they must take both parts of the exam.
    • Maintaining Your LEED AP Credential • All LEED APs must earn 30 hours (minimum of 6 must be LEED-specific) of continuing education (CE) during the 2-year period following the date they are awarded their credential. CE must be related to green building, green technology and/or LEED. • For LEED APs without specialty who enroll in the CMP, these requirements are prescriptive for the initial reporting period. All other CMP requirements are non-prescriptive (no minimum requirements in categories).
    • LEED APs without Specialty Prescriptive Credentialing Maintenance Requirements (for LEED APs Enrolling in the CMP) Category LEED AP BD+C LEED AP ID+C LEED AP O+M I. Project Site Factors 4 CE hours 1 CE hour 3 CE hours II. Water Management 3 CE hours 3 CE hours 4 CE hours III. Project Systems & Energy 6 CE hours 6 CE hours 6 CE hours Impacts IV. Acquisition, Installation & 3 CE hours 5 CE hours 4 CE hours Management of Project Materials V. Improvements to the Indoor 5 CE hours 6 CE hours 4 CE hours Environment VI. Stakeholder Involvement in 2 CE hours 1 CE hour 2 CE hours Innovation VII. Project Surrounding & Public 1 CE hour 2 CE hours 1 CE hour Outreach Requirements amount to only 24 hours. The six additional CE hours can be earned in any category
    • LEED APs without Specialty If LEED APs without specialty who enrolled through prescriptive credential maintenance decide they want to take the exam instead, their prescriptive credential maintenance requirements change to non-prescriptive and are prorated based on the amount of time between their enrollment date and their exam date. Number of Months after Total CE Hours Required Total LEED-Specific Hours Reporting Period Start Date Required 0-6 30 hours 6 hours 7-12 22.5 4.5 13-18 15 3 19-24 7.5 1.5
    • Maintaining Your LEED AP Credential for Newly Accredited LEED Professionals • For those who passed the GA or specialty AP exam before August 3, 2009, the reporting period ends August 2, 2011. • For those who passed the GA or specialty AP exam after August 3, 2009, the reporting period beings on the exam date and ends 2 years minus 1 day from the state date.
    • Newly Accredited LEED Professionals • If LEED APs with specialty maintain their credential by retesting, they must register for the exam between 12 months after the start date and 3 months from the end of the reporting period (months 13-21). • LEED APs with specialty who retest do not have to complete continuing education. • If LEED APs wait until 24 months after their exam date and their credential expires, they must retake both parts of the exam to become a LEED AP with specialty.
    • Newly Accredited LEED Professionals • If LEED APs with specialty enroll and don’t fulfill the requirements or if the CE hours are not reported to GBCI, the LEED AP with specialty credential expires and the individual is removed from the LEED Professional Directory. • The individual then becomes a LEED AP without specialty.
    • Maintaining Your LEED AP Credential • There is a $50 biennial CMP renewal fee. If this fee isn’t paid in the 30 days following the end of the reporting periods, the credential expires. • This fee is waived for LEED APs without specialty who enroll in the new CMP system. • When enrolling, you must also sign the Disciplinary and Exam Appeals Policy and agree to credential maintenance.
    • Maintaining Your LEED AP Credential • LEED APs who have more than one specialty must maintain each of them. • One will be designated as the primary specialty; all others will be secondary specialty(ies). • LEED APs who passed more than one of the “old” exams (NC, CI or EBOM) must complete 30 hours of CE for each specialty; 6 of these hours must be LEED-specific for each specialty. • The prescriptive requirements apply for the initial reporting period.
    • Maintaining Your LEED AP Credential Number of Total CE Hours Total LEED- Total Biennial CMP Specialties Required Specific Hours Renewal Fee Required 1 30 hours (BD+C 6 hours (BD+C $50 (e.g., NC) specific) specific) 2 60 hours (30 12 hours (6 BD+C- $50 (e.g., NC and CI) BD+C-specific and specific and 6 30 ID+C-specific) ID+C-specific) 3 90 hours (30 18 hours (6 BD+C- $50 (e.g., NC, CI and BD+C-specific, 30 specific, 6 ID+C- EBOM) ID+C-specific and specific and 6 30 O+M-specific O+M-specific)
    • Maintaining Your LEED AP Credential • LEED APs who passed one of the “old” exams and one of the new exams (BD+C, ID+C or O+M) must complete 30 hours of CE in their primary specialty (6 LEED-specific) and only 6 additional LEED-specific hours for their secondary specialty(ies) • The primary specialty corresponds to the NC, CI or EBOM track, and the new specialty exam will become the secondary specialty(ies)
    • Maintaining Your LEED AP Credential Number of Total CE Hours Total LEED-Specific Hours Total Fee Specialties Required Required 1 (e.g., NC) 30 hours 6 hours (BD+C specific) $50 2 (e.g., NC and 36 hours 12 hours (6 BD+C-specific $50 ID+C) and 6 ID+C-specific) 3 (e.g., NC, ID+C, 42 hours 18 hours (6 BD+C- $50 Homes) specific, 6 ID+C-specific and 6 Homes-specific) 4 (e.g., NC, ID+C, 48 hours 24 hours (6 BD+C- $50 Homes, O+M) specific, 6 ID+C-specific 6 Homes-specific and 6 O+M-specific) 5 (e.g., NC, ID+C, 54 hours 30 hours (6 BD+C- $50 Homes, O+M, ND) specific, 6 ID+C-specific 6 Homes-specific, 6 O+M- specific and 6 ND-specific)
    • Maintaining Your LEED AP Credential • If the primary and secondary specialty(ies) are not earned at the same time, the CMP requirement for the secondary specialty is prorated for the reporting period in which it was earned; the reporting period stays the same. Time after Start of Reporting Period Prorated LEED-specific Hours Required for Secondary Specialty 0-6 months 6 LEED-specific hours 7-12 months 4.5 LEED-specific hours 13-18 months 3 LEED-specific hours 19-24 months 1.5 LEED-specific hours
    • Obtaining the CE Hours • All professional development/continuing education courses submitted must be approved by an Education Reviewing Body (ERB) in order to be accepted by GBCI. Self-study programs and college and university courses do not have to be approved by an ERB. • LEED-specific hours can be earned through ERB- or GBCI-approved activities, project participation and/or authorship.
    • Maintaining Your LEED AP Credential • In addition to being ERB-approved, 75% or more or LEED-specific continuing education must be directly related to :  The current versions of the ratings systems and reference guides (credits, intents, referenced standards and requirements) OR  The LEED certification process OR  LEED Online • LEED-specific continuing education must also directly support the maintenance of LEED professionals applied knowledge of LEED in a manner that relates to their credential
    • Obtaining the CE Hours https://www.usgbc.org/CourseCatalog/CourseCatalog.aspx
    • Obtaining the CE Hours • CE hours are calculated differently depending on the activity delivery method (Sections 1-8):  Professional development/continuing education courses  Live presentations  Self-study programs, including reading  College and university courses  Certificates, professional licenses and credentials  Committee and volunteer work  Authorship  LEED project participation
    • Obtaining the CE Hours • LEED APs should only report activities that:  Address topics outlined for each specialty in the CMP Guide Appendix A. There are 7 categories for each specialty and numerous subcategories within those
    • Obtaining the CE Hours • LEED APs should only report activities that:  Are selected by LEED APs for their own professional development to supplement knowledge in sustainable building, working with an integrated design team or specific specialties  Do not endorse or promote any companies or products  Increase competency  Follow current green building practices and provide accurate and relevant program content
    • Maintaining Your LEED AP Credential Activity Definition Examples Key Features Hours Not Possible Included Professional Courses or • Courses • Must be ERB- • 1 CE • Exam prep Development/ content to • Workshops approved hour for • Unapproved Continuing enhance and • Career • Minimum 50 minutes first hour employer Education broaden skills training educational content • 0.5 hours training and • Workforce • Unlimited hours for for each knowledge training attendees additional • Hours earned only full half once hour • As instructor, discussion leader, speaker or panelist, hours may not exceed 50% of the total CE hours per reporting period • Instructors & developers can earn 2 additional hours per course for developing content
    • Maintaining Your LEED AP Credential Activity Definition Examples Key Features Hours Not Possible Included Live Presentations One-time • Conference • Does not have to be • 1 CE • Exam events where sessions ERB-approved hour for prep content is • Brown-bag • Between 50 and 90 first hour • Product- delivered lunches minutes • 0.5 hours related either in- • Employer • Hours limited to 5 for each sessions person or training per reporting period additional through for attendees full half broadcast • As instructor, hour technology discussion leader, speaker or panelist, hours may not exceed 50% of the total CE hours per reporting period • Instructors & developers can earn 2 additional hours per course for developing content
    • Maintaining Your LEED AP Credential Activity Definition Examples Key Features Hours Not Possible Included Self-study Independent • Webinars • Only LEED-specific • 1 CE hour • Exam review of • Books or hours have to be for first prep material articles ERB-approved hour • Product- • Digitized • Addresses topics in • 0.5 hours related lectures Appendix A of CMP for each overviews • Written or Guide (list of additional online exams categories accepted full half at least 60 for CE hours) hour minutes long • Provide information on periodical read, page numbers and linkage to Appendix A • Hours limited to 5 per reporting period College Courses offered Advanced Life • Credit and non-credit • 1 CE hour • Exam and by accredited Cycle courses accepted per prep University institutions that Assessment • Only LEED- specific classroom Courses are part of a and Corporate/ hours have to be hour curriculum Product ERB-approved Sustainability • CE hours unlimited Assessment
    • Maintaining Your LEED AP Credential Activity Definition Examples Key Features Hours Not Possible Included Certificates, Successfull • Green • Does not count • 1 hour for • Exam prep Professional y passing Advantage towards LEED- certificates • Credentials Licenses examination Certification specific hours • 3 hours for earned and s in related • Professional • Must be earned professional outside Credentials professions Engineers during reporting licenses and reporting or Exam period credentials period industries • Only counted when credential is earned Committee Unpaid • Participation in: • Does not count • 2 hours for and activity oUSGBC or towards LEED- holding Volunteer which GBCI Board specific hours leadership Work supports of Directors • CE hours limited to position LEED oSteering 4 per reporting • 0.5 hours committees period per meeting oLocal chapter attendance
    • Maintaining Your LEED AP Credential Activity Definition Examples Key Features Hours Not Included Possible Authorship Publication • Article in • Must be related to • 3 hours for • Short letters or articles Architectural topics in Appendix A articles to an editor and/or Record • Automatically audited • 10 hours • Blogs or books that • Can count towards for books individual focus on LEED-specific hours if blog entries green linkages to rating • Unpublished building system(s) is manuscripts and/or demonstrated LEED • Must be published during reporting period LEED Paid or • Civil • Project must be • 1 hour per • Projects Project unpaid work engineer registered but credit or which Participation related to performs certification is not prerequisite implement credit stormwater required • 2 hours per green implemen- calculations • Counts toward LEED- project for building or tation and for SSc6.1 specific hours project LEED but documen- and SSc6.2 • Verified through LEED- administra- aren’t tation Online or project tors registered for manager, client or LEED employer attestation certification • Hours limited to 10 per reporting period
    • Section 1– Professional Development and Continuing Ed • Courses or content to enhance and broaden skills and knowledge • Includes ERB-approved courses, workshops, career training, workforce training, etc. Exam prep courses are not included • In addition to being approved by an ERB, must be: Designed and instructed by people qualified in the subject matter Provide documentation of course completion Have at least 50 minutes of instructional time
    • Section 1– Professional Development and Continuing Ed • CE hours are unlimited for attendees • CE hours may be earned only once for attending or leading the same instructional program • CE hours earned as an instructor, discussion leader, speaker or panelist may not exceed 50% of the total CE hours per 2-year reporting period • Instructors and developers of courses may earn up to 2 additional CE hours per course for developing content
    • Section 1– Professional Development and Continuing Ed • CE hours possible:  1 CE hour for first hour of the activity  0.5 hours for each additional full half of one activity hour (for example, a 75-minute program earns 1 CE hour; a 90-minute program earns 1.5 hours; a 2-hour program earns 2 hours)
    • Section 2 – Live Presentations • One-time events where content is delivered either in-person or through broadcast technology • Must be between 50 and 90 minutes long • Includes non-ERB-approved conference sessions, brown-bag lunches (excluding product-related sessions) and employer training. Exam prep is not included
    • Section 2 – Live Presentations • CE hours are limited to 5 per reporting period for attendees • CE hours earned as an instructor, discussion leader, speaker or panelist may not exceed 50% of the total CE hours per 2-year reporting period
    • Section 2 – Live Presentations • Instructors and developers of courses may earn up to 2 additional CE hours per course for developing content. • CE hours possible  1 CE hour for first hour of the activity  0.5 hours for each additional full half of one activity hour
    • Section 3 – Self-study • Independent review of material • Includes content delivered in webinars, books or articles, digitized lectures and written or online exams at least 60 minutes long • Only LEED-specific hours must be approved by an ERB • Any study relevant to practice that addresses topics in Appendix A are accepted for CE hours as long as information on the periodical read, exact pages and linkage to Appendix A is supplied
    • Section 3 – Self-study • Does not include exam prep or product- related overviews • CE hours are limited to 5 per reporting period • CE hours possible  1 CE hour for first hour of the activity  0.5 hours for each additional full half of one activity hour
    • Section 4 – College and University Courses • Courses offered by accredited institutions that are part of a curriculum • Both credit and non-credit courses accepted • Only LEED-specific hours must be approved by an ERB • CE hours are earned at a rate of 1 CE hour per classroom hour • CE hours are unlimited • Exam prep is not included
    • Section 5 – Certificates, Professional Licenses and Credentials • Successfully passing examinations for certificates, professional licenses or credentials in related professions or industries • Does not count towards LEED-specific hours • Must be earned during the reporting period and are only counted when license is initially earned • CE hours possible  1 CE hour for certificates  3 CE hours for professional licenses and credentials
    • Section 6 – Committee & Volunteer Work • Participation in USGBC or GBCI Board of Directors, steering committees, working groups, credential exam writing or job task analysis; local USGBC chapters or other volunteer organizations that support the LEED system • Does not count towards LEED-specific hours • CE hours are limited to 4 hours per reporting period
    • Section 6 – Committee & Volunteer Work • USGBC or GBCI meeting is a single official gathering of committee members to transact business where there is no cessation of proceedings and where official recorded minutes are kept • CE hours possible  2 CE hours for holding leadership position (chair, vice chair, president, vice president or chapter advocacy program leader or serving on USGBC or GBCI Board of Directors)  0.5 hours per meeting attendance
    • Section 7 – Authorship • Authoring published articles or books related to the Appendix A topics that contribute to the competency of LEED professionals • Articles and books are automatically audited • Can contribute to LEED-specific hours if linkages to rating system(s) is/are demonstrated • Work must be published during the 2-year reporting period • CE hours possible  3 CE hours for published articles 10 CE hours for published books
    • Section 8 – LEED Project Participation • Paid or unpaid work related to credit implementation and documentation • Project must be registered but certification is not required • Earns LEED-specific hours • Verified through LEED- Online and/or project manager and/or client or employer attestation
    • Section 8 – LEED Project Participation • CE hours limited to 10 per 2-year reporting period • CE hours possible  1 CE hour per LEED credit or prerequisite  2 CE hours per project for project administrators
    • Documenting Your CE Hours CE hours are documented online through “My Credentials”:
    • Documenting Your CE Hours Select the category to which the CMP activity applies and select “Add”
    • Documenting Your CE Hours Enter the activity date, subcategory, delivery methods, description, details, content type and CE hours earned
    • Documenting Your CE Hours – Resources A CMP toolbox with: • activity descriptions • step-by-step guide to documenting CMP activity • activity tracking forms is available at http://www.gbci.org/Display Page.aspx?CMSPageID=2 28
    • Documenting Your CE Hours – Resources
    • Documenting Your CE Hours • Random audits of 5-7% of CE hours will be conducted. Backup documentation of reported hours will be requested and will be reviewed and either accepted or denied by GBCI. • If hours are denied and a deficiency is determined, additional hours must be reported and submitted with backup documentation within 90 days (and before the end of the AP’s reporting period). • If the deficiency remains after 90 days, the credential expires.
    • Resources for Credentialing Maintenance • GBCI website (General information and links to CMP Guide [for LEED APs with Specialty]) http://www.gbci.org/DisplayPage.aspx?CMSP ageID=202 • CMP Enrollment Guide for LEED APs without Specialty http://www.gbci.org/ShowFile.aspx?DocumentI D=3666 • My Credentials section of GBCI website https://ssl11.cyzap.net/gbcicertonline/login/
    • Thank You The Green Roundtable / NEXUS (617) 374-3740 www.nexusboston.org