Time-on-Task: 26 hours
Courses may be completed in as little as a few short weeks, or up to 6 months.
Your success throughout your online course experience will be represented digitally within a badge. The badge will show your employers and professional network your qualifications as well as course materials you mastered.
The LEED 210: Green Building Core Concepts and Strategies for Health Care course introduces
students to green design and operations concepts that are fundamental to LEED, and relates
these concepts to the health care industry. Students will investigate concepts such as LEED
corporate social responsibility, integrated project team(s), environment, social and economic
impact of sustainability strategies and actions, and green building issues unique to the
healthcare industry. They will also gain the skills and knowledge they need to become leaders in
their organization’s overall sustainability efforts and allow them to identify opportunities for
expanding this role in the future.
- Define sustainability issues that are unique and of particular importance to the health care
- Distinguish how USGBC and LEED address the unique needs in the health care industry
- Define roles in supporting green building and LEED in the health care industry and daily
- Identify opportunities for advancing a professional path through green building by
attaining LEED credentials
- Identify opportunities for advancing corporate social responsibility in the health care
- Identify integrated project roles in sustainable building through virtual role play
You want to be engaged as you learn. We get it. We also know engagement is important to true retention and learning. For that reason, each course includes:
- Online course material
- Interactive lesson presentations
- Audio-to-go podcasts
- Personalized study guides
- User-specific pacing charts
- Engaging lesson presentations
- Interactive “Check Your Understanding” exercises/quizzes
- Mobile Friendly Experience: laptops, computers, tablets, etc.