What You Will Learn :
- Deliver better assets & drive continuous improvement.
- Confidently offer expert advice on operational sustainability.
- Save on costs by targeting BREEAM ratings in the most cost-effective way.
- Identify the evidence required by the BREEAM to support a smooth assessment process.
This course provides US-based professionals with a recognised qualification to offer sustainability advice for operational assets, guiding projects through the in-use assessment process and helping to achieve sustainability and BREEAM goals.
This training course qualifies you to provide sustainability and BREEAM advice to operational assets. It equips you with the knowledge and skills to deliver the requirements of BREEAM In-Use, a comprehensive environmental assessment method for assessing and rating the sustainability of existing commercial and residential assets.
Upon completing the course, you will be able to seamlessly guide assets through the BREEAM assessment process which provides a framework to help owners, managers and occupiers to adopt sustainable solutions in a cost-effective manner and provides market recognition for their achievements.
You will gain an understanding of the BREEAM AP’s role, and the requirements needed for an asset to meet targets. You will also develop the ability to facilitate the BREEAM assessment, schedule activities, set priorities, and negotiate the trade-offs required to realize the target BREEAM rating.
With this qualification you can confidently maximize the value your clients gain from using BREEAM In-Use and successfully support their assets through the BREEAM assessment process.
Successfully completing this course qualifies you for the BREEAM AP subscription, recognizing your advisory expertise in helping assets reach their sustainability goals.
Who is this course for?
Advisory Professionals are expected to have sufficient knowledge and experience to be able to support their clients.
Learners are therefore required to have at least one year of full-time experience (within the last five years) in one or more of the following professions or equivalent:
Building Engineering or regulatory (control) services
Building or Facilities Management
Product or manufacturing auditing
Certification experience in the built environment
It should be noted that these professions are not exhaustive but are meant to provide individuals seeking to become Assessors an opportunity to consider what knowledge and experience is needed to ensure the BREEAM USA In-Use standards for assessment are met.