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By Steven K. S. - Attended class on June 14, 2013
I found Kim to be very knowledgeable on the class material and her presentation was very good. I think the course booklet could be improved to include better graphics.
By Jane E. - Attended class on June 14, 2013
Kimberly was great. She kept the course lively and was very personable. Seems like she has a real depth of knowledge in all things LEED.
By Charles S. - Attended class on June 14, 2013
The course was well done and informative.. Kimberly presented the course with charm and humor and did not make it a drudge.
Unfortunately, while the program was certainly well done, I realized that the session did not provide sufficient information to make me feel comfortable with passing the LEED exam. Besides, I do not like multiple choice exams since I spend more time in analyzing the questions.....200 questions 145 minutes to respond!
By Daren J. - Attended class on June 10, 2013
Very informative and Lynn did an excellent job connecting with us to assure our understanding.
By Shaina P. - Attended class on June 9, 2013
Kimberly was such an awesome instructor. She was energetic and fun. She is extremely knowledgeable and made the class easy to understand.
By Whitney V. - Attended class on June 9, 2013
Great class! The instructor was very comfortable with answering all of our questions she encouraged us to ask. The instructor was very knowledgeable about the information and gave many real life examples of the different ways to earn LEED points on a project. One thing I wish we did was analyze the way the exam asking the questions as in the wording and ways to tell what its asking for. Some of the questions are tricky just simply based on wording. Besides that is was a great experience! I would definitely recommend this class to a fellow designer/architect.
By Todd T. - Attended class on June 9, 2013
very professional, personable, and thorough
By Juan S. - Attended class on June 9, 2013
Kimberly is a very good instructor. She was able to get through a great amount of subject matter in one day's time and keep the class engaged.
By Agnieszka H. - Attended class on June 9, 2013
Each participant received a printout of the powerpoint, a pen, and a set of flashcards if opted to purchase one upon arrival.
There was coffee/snacks and lunch served. Frequent breaks in the afternoon ensured alertness of the students.
By Jeanne F. - Attended class on June 9, 2013
Great job bringing life and enthusiasm to an important topic.
The time went by much faster than I expected!
By Michael W. - Attended class on June 6, 2013
She had good positive energy, she was knowledgeable about the subject and interacted well with the class. I enjoyed the fact that she was open with discussions and did not just read from an outline or played videos, she actually taught!
By Aileen D. - Attended class on June 4, 2013
He was awesome.
By Christopher B. - Attended class on June 4, 2013
Kimberly was very professional. She worked to include all the participants, was articulate, and comfortable with what she wanted to teach and how she was going to teach it. Very good class.
By Rex C D. - Attended class on June 4, 2013
Good course. Kimberly was professional, well organized and well versed on the subject. I believe the course gave me everything I need to study for the LEED GA in an organized and effective manner.
By Maria A. - Attended class on May 23, 2013
No complaints here. She has helpful, knowlageble, smart to the point, consice efficient!
By Edward B. - Attended class on May 16, 2013
very good environment
instructor was knowledgeable
By Nancy K. - Attended class on May 6, 2013
The first hour outlining the course content was slow. This portion can be shorten and the techical portion expanded.
By John A. - Attended class on April 22, 2013
I very much enjoyed the class. The interaction was great; the Instructor was very good. Some of the answers seemed a bit off the charts. Example it's OK to add double the foot print of a building if the existing structural components remain in play. However, when I suggested going up and keeping the same foot print was a better option than covering more land with new structure, I was informed that the Leeds points would not count in that scenario . It was my impression that a large part of the Green Building concept was to minimize the spread of land use and maximize the use of existing structures. Perhaps I misunderstood the question and answer but, I don't think so.
However, it was a great learning experience. Hopefully, I know how to get registered for the exam and where to find the practice questions.
By Pablo H. - Attended class on April 18, 2013
Great instructor, Kimberly explained everything well. I was able to understand the concepts.
By Scott D. - Attended class on April 18, 2013
Kimberly did a good job keeping everone envolved. The pace of the class was good but not too slow that you would loose interest.
By Laura H. - Attended class on April 18, 2013
Kimberly was very nice and made it clear that she is available to answer any questions that we may have even after the course has ended.
By Julie C. - Attended class on April 17, 2013
Jean was professional and lively and had an excellent grasp of the material. She gave us plenty of opportunities to ask questions and have discussions.
My only suggestion relates to the handbook itself NOT JEAN. My handbook was actually missing some content and several pages were poorly rendered.
By Katherine S. - Attended class on April 17, 2013
Jean is very passionate about what she teaches.
I was very pleased and learned something I was completely clueless about LEED. I was volunteered by my General Manager to attend as our hotel is a Gold Leed Seal hotel. Now we needed a rep
Because Jean's passion is contagious, I caught the Leed bug
By Ana C. - Attended class on April 17, 2013
Class was a little long. It could have been broken down to a 2 or 3 day review. The teacher was excellent with deep interest in her teaching along with being very knowledgeable to things that pertain to the meterial. Overall a great course to take if your looking to pass and have a better idea for what the L.E.E.D green associates is all about.
By Lindsey T. - Attended class on April 16, 2013
Kimberly was good. She's very helpful, and engaging and makes the class as conversational as you can get in a webinar. She answers whatever questions you have, and follows up if she doesn't have an immediate answer.
By Leonardo B. - Attended class on April 16, 2013
very clear and patient
By Carlos Z. - Attended class on April 15, 2013
The training was great! The instructor was knowledgeable and interesting,the class was not boring at all - thanks!
By Alan Z. - Attended class on April 12, 2013
Kimberly is very attentive to her students and was happy to answer questions and provide advice.
By Susan K. - Attended class on April 12, 2013
Enjoyable and informative class. Lisa was personable and easy to discuss things with and explained things well. I'm looking forward to my next LEED class.
By Robert P. - Attended class on April 11, 2013
I'm looking forward to attending the next session on preparing for my AP Exam with her as the presenter / trainer.
By Pablo H. - Attended class on April 11, 2013
Alexis was very knowledgeable in the subjects she covered which there was many. The class itself was well structured. I do recommend people to take these online webinars.
By Catherine S. - Attended class on April 10, 2013
Overall, Kimberly demonstrated a vast knowledge base in the LEED rating system and conveyed that knowledge with enthusiasm. She has provide the class with the necessary tools and techniques to become LEED GA certified and the next steps to take in order to become LEED AP certified. Kimberly was engaging with her questions and answers and created a comfortable learning atmosphere, through her method of breaking the ice with the class. The next step Kimberly could take is to keep everyone on track with the learning content. It was a pleasure to have met Kimberly and believe she is a valuable asset to the company.
By Sandy C. - Attended class on April 10, 2013
Kimberly is by far, one of the best instructors I have ever had. Her effervescent personality and her enthusiasm about the material kept the students focused. She was concise and she used many meaningful examples to explain and support concepts. Kimberly was also careful not to assume we knew even basic definitions. Quite often she would stop and ask ,"Does everyone know what this means?"... before continuing. I got a lot out of this course and highly recommend both the course and this amazing instructor.
By Darrell H. - Attended class on April 10, 2013
Very knowledge and handled questions professionally.
By Gary B. - Attended class on April 10, 2013
Good environmenht, comfortable, well informed. A 10 hour corse timetable might be better.
By Christopher M. - Attended class on April 10, 2013
I found the course to be very informative, so much so that it was a bit overwhelming, though I believe that was more an issue of the make up of the class participants than anything else.
I would recommend the class in the future for others in my company.
By Antonio G. - Attended class on April 8, 2013
By Michael Devin G. - Attended class on April 8, 2013
This was a great refresher from my sustainability engineering courses in college. It took a textbook worth of material and crammed it into two days worth of information that is relevant to the LEED GA exam. Perfect.
By Jarett C. - Attended class on April 8, 2013
Overall it was very good. Could have used more review question time.
By Lawrence P. - Attended class on April 6, 2013
Lisa did an exceptional job. Not only did she prove to have a command of the material, but she also added interesting and relevant examples from her own professional experience. Each day was paced perfectly. Her warm and inviting style dissolved the digital barrier between us and made me comfortable with the format.
By Pablo H. - Attended class on April 6, 2013
Lisa was very knowledgeable in all subjects and gave great examples to further explain. I highly recommend this class to those who are seeking distance education.
By Bruno R. - Attended class on April 6, 2013
Lisa is the best instructor i've ever had!!! Thank you very much for your time!
By Toni C. - Attended class on April 4, 2013
Kimberly is an awesome instructor. She provided very clear and concise information on LEED GA exam prep. I will definitely benefit from attending this seminar. It was very informative.
By Barb H. - Attended class on April 4, 2013
I would give Kimberly a 5 out of 5. Very informitive and held interest as the day is long and alot of information to cover. I would recommend Kimberly for training.
By John M. - Attended class on April 4, 2013
She was awesome
By Tyler D. - Attended class on April 4, 2013
Mark was awesome. A very downtoearth guy with tons of knowledge just waiting to share it with students. He was passionate about the subject and had a broad understanding of it. I would take another class with him if given the chance.
By Keranie T. - Attended class on April 4, 2013
Mark was a great tutor who was very knowledgable and excited to share his expertise with the students.
By Marline C. - Attended class on March 29, 2013
Jean handled the technical difficulties first thing very well. Found the information interesting, and her experience an important addition of the content.
By Sean M. - Attended class on March 29, 2013
Jean had excellent knowledge of the content and was very energetic. She kept everyone interested for the duration of the class. Thanks again!
By Dina K. - Attended class on March 28, 2013
She was wonderful, knowledgable, and helpful!