LEED Workshops

New Brunswick

NBCC, in partnership with Canada Green Building Council – Atlantic, is offering free virtual workshops on LEED Core Concepts & Strategies and Understanding the Zero Carbon Standard. These workshops are offered to registrants free of charge due to the funding provided by the New Brunswick Environmental Trust Fund. Your Environmental Trust Fund at Work.


LEED Core Concepts & StrategiesJan 20 & 22, 2021 | 1:00pm - 3:00pmVirtual SessionFunded by the NB Environmental Trust Fund 
Understanding the Zero Carbon StandardJan 27 & 29, 2021 | 1:00pm - 3:00pmVirtual SessionFunded by the NB Environmental Trust Fund 

Course Overview

These virtual sessions are designed for architects, engineering, building owners, facilities managers, and any professional who want to understand sustainable or zero carbon buildings better. The sessions lay the foundation for understanding rational behind green buildings, the technologies employed in green buildings, and the rating systems and other tools available to design, build and operate green buildings.

The curriculum was developed by Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC) Atlantic.

LEED Core Concepts & Strategies

This course provides essential knowledge on the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating systems and sustainable building concepts. It presents LEED concepts at the credit category level across building types and rating systems and the basics of the LEED certification process. Project examples help demonstrate and reinforce learning.

Understanding the Zero Carbon Standard

This half-day workshop will introduce participants to Zero Carbon buildings, with a particular emphasis placed on CaGBC's Zero Carbon Building (ZCB) Standard. The workshop covers the requirements of the Zero Carbon Building Standard for both new and existing buildings. It provides the opportunity for participants to learn from a subject matter expert in a facilitated environment. Exercises and group discussion help to reinforce the material.


Register now as spots fill quickly. To register, email us at continuinged@nbcc.ca.