Learn more about making your education eligible for GBCI CE hours

Sarah Alexander

A key component of GBCI’s mission is to drive the adoption of green business practices through rigorous credentialing standards.

By serving green business professionals with the latest guidance from the field, credentialed users indicate their commitment and expertise in this industry. Credentials administered by GBCI require ongoing maintenance to encourage participation in learning experiences that demonstrate continued competency and up-to-date industry knowledge — and education is a vital part of that process. GBCI reviews education materials and awards Continuing Education Units (CEU) that can be used by credential holders to meet credential maintenance requirements. Your work can be integrated into this process to create a more holistic and informed credential process.

Are you interested in becoming an education provider?

During this 60-minute online training, GBCI staff will walk participants through GBCI’s Education Course Criteria and how to submit a course. If you are a GBCI education course provider or want to become a course provider, this free training will provide you with the knowledge and tools to get started.    

Learn more about how you can get involved in Continuing Education, including:   

  •        Introduction to GBCI course review
  •        Benefits of a GBCI approved course
  •        Overview of GBCI’s Continuing Education Course Criteria
  •        Step-by-step: submitting a Continuing Education course

Register for the free Online Training

Session #1

Tuesday, May 12

8:00-9:00 am ET


Session #2

Thursday, May 14

10:00-11:00 am ET

Explore USGBC and GBCI's library of constantly updating educational resources to see how credential holders are continuing their own education.

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