The Greenbuild International Conference and Expo is CEU-rich, with approved GBCI, AIA, and IDCEC credits.
Greenbuild 2022 certificates are now available. View the step-by-step guide below for instructions on how to log-in and download your event certificate.
Greenbuild offers continuing education (CE) hours for education sessions.
- Live or Virtual Education Sessions – earn (1) GBCI CE Hour and/or (1) AIA Continuing Education Credit and/or (1) IDCEC CE credit per hour of education. Attendees must attend at least 80% of the session to receive credit. Credit will be reported on your behalf 2 weeks after the live event if you have supplied your GBCI, AIA, or IDCEC number in your registration.
- On-Demand Education Sessions – earn (1) GBCI CE Hour and/or (1) AIA Continuing Education Credit and/or (1) IDCEC CE credit per hour of education. Attendees must watch the entire video recording from start to finish and receive an 80% on the quiz linked on the session page. Please allow 2 weeks from the quiz completion date to receive your credit.
- Expo Hall Education Labs & Sponsored Sessions – earn (1) GBCI CE Hour and/or (1) AIA Continuing Education Credit and/or (1) IDCEC CE credit per hour of education.
Your Path to Continuing Education
GREEN BUSINESS CERTIFICATION INC. (GBCI)
Greenbuild is an Approved Provider for BOMI International. Greenbuild courses qualify for BOMI International Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credit for RPA, FMA, and/or SMA graduates. Visit Building Owners and Managers Institute.
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (AIA)
USGBC is an approved AIA CES Provider. Most Greenbuild education sessions are AIA CES Registered for General Learning Units (LU) or Health, Safety and Welfare (HSW). Greenbuild attendance in AIA CES Registered courses will be reported automatically after the show. To ensure your attendance is reported, simply provide your AIA number when registering for Greenbuild. Don't know your AIA number? Visit AIA Education.To access your certificates from previous Greenbuild events, please email us at email@example.com. Visit American Institure of Architects.
International Design Continuing Education Council Inc (IDCEC)
Greenbuild is pleased to once again offer design continuing education credits through the International Design Continuing Education Council Inc (IDCEC) which supports credential maintenance for American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), International Interior Design Association (IIDA), Interior Designers of Canada (IDC). More information on IDCEC can be found at www.idcec.org. For a full list of sessions with IDCEC credit please visit https://informaconnect.com/greenbuild/sessions/ and look for the IDCEC presentation icon.
Session Recording And Reporting
Recording attendance. Education sessions and select keynote recordings will be available to attendees following the live events. To view, simply login with your same personalized event link and navigate to the session you wish to view in the agenda. GBCI and AIA credits are available for most sessions on demand up to 60 days after Greenbuild. To receive continuing education credit for watching the sessions On-Demand, you must earn an 80% on the quiz linked in the session. Please allow up to 2 weeks for your credits to be reported.
Reporting attendance. Sessions that qualify for GBCI and AIA credits will be reported to the appropriate accrediting body automatically for attendees who include their membership numbers in their registration accounts. For self-reported credentials, attendees may also log in and print or download a Certificate of Completion.
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By The Industry, For The Industry
Greenbuild partners with a wide range of professionals to ensure every aspect of the event experience – sessions, special events, keynotes, expo hall features – are designed by and for the industry.
Greenbuild Advisory Board
Advises Greenbuild staff and partners on the strategic direction of the overall event experience, including education, exhibits, sponsorship, special events, partnerships, and more.
Program Working Group
A community of Subject Matter Experts who curate the educational program and liaise with session presenters on the attendee experience, presentation materials and more.