|Submission Date||Jan. 29, 2018|
University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
EN-12: Continuing Education
|2.26 / 5.00||
Does the institution offer continuing education courses that address sustainability?:
Total number of continuing education courses offered:
Number of continuing education courses offered that address sustainability:
Percentage of continuing education courses that address sustainability:
A copy of the list and brief description of the continuing education courses that address sustainability:
A list and brief description of the continuing education courses that address sustainability:
LEED AP Builing Design and Construction
The course will prepare students to earn the LEED for Building Design + Construction Accredited Professional (LEED AP BD+C) credential from the Green Building Certification Institute. This exam is the second of in a two-part series of exam, the first of which is the LEED Green Associate exam.
LEED v4 Accredited Professional
The course will prepare students to earn the LEED for Existing Buildings Operations & Maintenance Accredited Professional (LEED AP O+M) credential from the Green Building Certification Institute. This exam tests the knowledge and skills necessary to participate in the operation and maintenance of existing buildings that implement sustainable practices and reduce the environmental impact of a building over its functional life cycle.
LEED v4 Green Associate Exam Prep
This course covers the fundamental concepts of green building and is intended for design, construction and real estate professionals, building owners, or anyone who wants to develop their knowledge in this area. The course will prepare students to earn the LEED Green Associate credential from the Green Building Certification Institute. Students examine case studies of LEED certified building projects, concepts of integrated design, third-party verification and the LEED administration process.
Registered Environmental Health Specialist/Registered Sanitarian (REHS/RS)
The Wisconsin State Statute defines sanitarian as an “individual who, through education, training or experience in the natural sciences and their application and through technical knowledge of prevention and control of preventable diseases, is capable of applying environmental control measures so as to protect human health, safety and welfare.” Becoming a registered sanitarian confirms that the individual possesses knowledge on a variety of environmental and public health issues and can properly take corrective action to protect human health. Many registered sanitarians work in the public and private sectors and are employed by state and local government in regulatory programs such as food safety, drinking water regulation, wastewater systems, radiation protection, housing, and occupational safety.
Do the figures reported above cover one, two, or three academic years?:
Does the institution have at least one sustainability-themed certificate program through its continuing education or extension department?:
A brief description of the certificate program(s), including the year the program was created:
The website URL where information about the programs or initiatives is available:
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