RGBP courses open in Transylvania!

October 15, 2010 at 4:19 pm | Posted in General | Leave a comment

Today in Cluj-Napoca we conducted the first of  two sold out courses for the Romania Green Building Professional certification.  The Director of RoGBC Transylvania, Dorin Beu Ph.D., opened the day followed by the “Legal Requirements and and Voluntary Certifications for Green Buildings in Romania” course taught by Attorney Luiza Manole and Elena Rastei.  Luiza’s law practice delivers advice and other legal services to the sustainable construction industry.  She is  a member of the RoGBC’s Legislative Outreach Task Group.  Elena is an experienced entrepreneur in the Real Estate industry, has obtained the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED Green Associate designation, and has extensively researched other international rating tools.  Her company ecovision provides sustainability consulting services to real estate developers, architects, engineers and other stakeholders in the construction industry.

Luiza Manole teaching the Legal Requirements section of the course

As we will run two full training program in Bucharest and one full program in the Transylvania region each year, participants should be able to complete the ten course program within six months (if, for example, you miss a required class in one location, you can take it a few months later if you are willing to travel).

The RoGBC Team would like to express our appreciation to Adina Rastei, Timea Paal, and Ioana Buliga for their assistance in helping us organize these courses.

Click here for more information on the Romania Green Building Professional training program.

 

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