The Simplest Way to Maintain your LEED Credential
Congratulations on expanding your career and becoming an accredited green building professional! By now, you should have taken a LEED exam and earned the title of LEED Green Associate or LEED AP with Specialty. Newly accredited LEED professionals often wonder: What's next?
The Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI) implemented a continuing education requirement in 2009 for LEED professionals. The Credential Maintenance Program (CMP) requires LEED professionals to acquire continuing education hours every two years. The breakdown of required hours by credential is as follows:
- LEED Green Associates need 15 CMP hours (3 must be specific to LEED)
- LEED APs with Specialty need 30 CMP hours (6 must be specific to LEED)
For more information, please visit the LEED CMP Explained page.
LEED CMP Packages for Green Associates
Whether you need only the LEED-specific hours or you are looking for a one-stop-shop solution, we have the right LEED credential maintenance program for you.
LEED CMP Packages for APs with Specialty
These programs were created with flexibility in mind. We aim to provide credential maintenance training that meets your every need.
Exciting News - Everblue can now submit LEED CMP hours to GBCI on your behalf! You don't have to worry about navigating the CMP requirements. Simply enroll in Everblue's LEED Credential Maintenance Program, and we will take care of the rest!