PIONEERS in PROVIDING SPECIALIZED TRAINING COURSES...

Hundreds of Engineering Professionals acquired Technical Knowledge through our LEED & BIM Courses!

Qatar Green Leaders was among first companies who provided local LEED and BIM training courses. Started in March 2010, our LEED Green Associate Exam Preparation course has gained the best reputation in the local market for being comprehensive, informative and professional. Hundreds of building design and construction professionals working as designers, consultants, contractors, facility managers and real estate developers; found their way to new concepts such as LEED and BIM through our comprehensive courses. These courses have been delivered widely in public and corporate settings. Our records have shown a very high level of satisfaction and positive feedback from our clients.

We are providing the following Courses:

LEED Training

BIM Training

LEED Credentials

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A LEED professional credential signifies that you’re a leader in the field and an active participant in the green building movement. With jobs specifying the need for green building expertise, a LEED credential shows a clear commitment to professional growth, while underscoring your value to LEED project teams and sustainability-focused organizations. There are three tiers of LEED Credentials that are offered by USGBC:

 

LEED Green Associate (LEED GA)

 

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Green Associates have a documented, up-to-date understanding of the most current green building principles and practices, and are committed to their professional future.

 


 

LEED Accredited Professional (with Specialty)

 

The LEED AP credential arms you with advanced knowledge in green building as well as expertise in a particular LEED rating system. There are 5 Specialty Exams available:


1. LEED AP (BD+C):

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The LEED AP Building Design & Construction credential suits professionals with expertise in the design and construction phases of green buildings, serving the commercial, residential, education and healthcare sectors.


2. LEED AP (ID+C):

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The LEED AP Interior Design & Construction credential serves participants in the design, construction and improvement of commercial interiors and tenant spaces that offer a healthy, sustainable and productive work environment.


3. LEED AP (O+M):

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The LEED AP Operation & Maintenance credential distinguishes professionals implementing sustainable practices, improving performance, heightening efficiency and reducing environmental impact in existing buildings through enhanced operations and maintenance.


4. LEED AP (H):

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The LEED AP Home credential is suited for those involved in the design and construction of healthy, durable homes that use fewer resources and produce less waste.


5. LEED AP (ND):

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The LEED AP Neighborhood Development credential applies to individuals participating in the planning, design and development of walkable, neighborhoods and communities.


The professional credential exams measure your understanding of green building design, construction and operations. The LEED AP exams also assess your understanding of the LEED rating system and your ability to facilitate the certification process.


LEED Fellow

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The LEED Fellows are LEED APs who have acquired significant technical knowledge and skills. They also have a history of exemplary leadership, impactful commitment, service, and advocacy in green building and sustainability.


 

In order to put your career in the right way towards LEED, we are currently providing the following LEED Exam Preparation Courses:

LEED v4 Green Associate Exam Prep Course

All what you need to PASS the LEED Green Associate Exam

LEED GA Course

Course Overview:

The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System encourages and accelerates global adoption of sustainable green building and development practices through the creation and implementation of universally understood and accepted tools and performance criteria. It is estimated that there will be a demand for more than five million sustainable building professionals in the next several years. As a LEED-accredited professional, you can place yourself at a distinct advantage for one of many sustainable building opportunities.This course takes an in-depth look at the system goals and how these concepts are visible in all parts of the LEED v4 rating system, preparing you to adopt LEED v4 into your green building practice. The contents of the course include:The contents of the course are:

  • Introduction to the Green Building Principles
  • Building Types and Different Rating Systems
  • Basics of the LEED v4 Application Process LEED v4 Concepts at the Credit Category Level
  • Learn and practice the exam areas
  • How to PASS the LEED Green Associate Exam…

The course is 4 sessions, 3.0 hours each (Total 12 hours).

Course Objectives
  • Upon completion of this course, the candidates will be able to:
  • Describe LEED’s adaptability to meet specific project needs
  • Identify the key components of the LEED v4 Rating System
  • Identify overall LEED v4 Certification process
  • Describe key green building intents and concepts associated with LEED v4
  • Describe the intents and concepts of each LEED v4 category
  • Explain successful LEED strategies and measurements for achieving credit category goals
  • Identify and explain synergies between LEED credit categories and strategies
  • Recognize regulations, referenced standards related to each credit category
  • Take the LEED Green Associate Exam successfully!
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BIM Training

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BIM is changing the way projects evolve around the world, how they begin and conclude, whether an entire project or a specific BIM implementation plan in a big or small company. This emerging practice is the result of progress in the AECO (Architecture, Engineering, Construction and Operations) industry, requiring new mindsets, processes and technological proficiencies to achieve significant improvements in efficiency and cost control.

BIM (Building Information Modelling) is bringing significant changes to design, construction and operations over the lifecycle of projects. It has the potential to transform the whole process from inception, design, and construction through to operations and facilities management. Both public and large private developers are increasingly looking for their consultants to be BIM-enabled. 


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Building Information Modeling (BIM) processes have helped countless firms in diverse industries operate more productively, produce higher-quality work, attract more talent, and win new business. With a rising number of government and commercial organizations mandating BIM, now is the time to consider implementing BIM at your firm.


 

In order to put your career in the right way towards BIM, we are currently providing the following REVIT Courses:

REVIT 2017 Beginners Course

Your Gateway to the BIM World!

Revit 2017

Course Overview:

This course is aimed at those starting out with Revit 2017, being suitable for Architects (or) Structural (or) MEP Engineers (and) Draftsmen. It begins with the basic concepts and techniques. Delivered by a Revit Certified Professional Engineer, this course is structured to include typical Revit workflows and provides detailed tuition based around real-world examples and practical tutorials. The course also features Two Practical Workshops & a Final Assessment Test.

The course is 12 sessions, 3.0 hours each (Total 36 hours, including completion test).

Prerequisites
  • Attendees should have some knowledge of CADD (Computer Aided Design and Drafting) Concepts.
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Learning Topics:

 GENERAL:

  • GETTING STARTED: User interface, Ribbon, QAT, Application Menu, Drawing Area, View Control Bar, Navigation Toolbar, and more.
  • MANAGING APPLICATION SETTINGS: Managing User Interface, File and Template Locations, Place List, Keyboard Shortcuts, and Temporary Display Settings.
  • COMPONENTS AND FAMILIES: Understanding, Placing, Loading, Finding, and Editing Families.
  • MANAGING MODELING SETTINGS: Model and Drafting Patterns, Materials, Line Styles, Line Weights, Line Patterns, Halftone and Underlay Settings
  • MODIFICATION AND REPORTING: Select, Move, Copy, Rotate, Array, Scale, Mirror, Flip, Copy and Paste, Split, Match Type, Align, Trim, Offset, Pin, Delete, Measure and Dimension, IDS, Warnings, Coordinates.

MODELING:

  • DATUMS: Levels, Grids, Extents, Scopeboxes, Workplaces, Reference Planes, Snap Increments, 3D Aids.
  • WALLS: Location Lines, Joins, Wall Families, Creating Different Wall Types (Basic, Stacked, Curtain Walls), Compound Walls, Embedded Walls, Wall Openings, Wall Layers, Sweeps and Reveals.
  • CORE, SHELL, AND STRUCTURE ELEMENTS: Doors, Windows, Core Walls, Columns, Foundations, Floors, Roofs, Beams, Beam Systems, Bracing, Trusses, Basic Stairs and Ramps.
  • INTERIOR ELEMENTS: Creating Interior Storefront Glazing, Rooms, Room Separation Lines, Ceilings, Placing Building Components in Ceilings, Ceiling Openings, Area Plans, Area Boundary Lines, Areas and Area Schedules, Creating and Managing Color Schemes, Managing Area and Volume Computation Settings

DOCUMENTATION:

  • DIMENSIONS AND CONSTRAINTS: Temporary, Permanent, Overrides, Modification, Locking, Constraints, Units, Spot Elevation, Spot Coordinates, and Spot Slopes.
  • ANNOTATIONS: Texts, Symbols, Spelling, Type Properties, Keynotes, Keynote Legends, Note Blocks Legends, Arrowheads, Span Direction Symbols, 3D Annotations.
  • SCHEDULES AND TAGS: Working with Tags (Category, Room and Area), Scheduling: Filter, Sort/Group, Fields, Formatting, Appearance, Material Takeoffs, Calculated Values, Room and Area Schedules, View Lists, Exporting and Importing Schedules.
  • VIEW GRAPHICS: Visual Styles, Scale and Detail Level, Plan View Range, View Templates, View Types, Object Styles, Overrides, Filter Overrides, Crop Regions, Annotation Crop Regions, Coarse Scale Patterns.
  • VIEWS AND SHEETS: Plan Views, Plan Regions, Elevation Views, Elevation Symbol, Section Views, Callouts, Drafting Views, Reference Views, View Discipline, Duplicating, Match Lines and View References, Sheets, Guide Grid, Schedules on Sheets, Sheet List and Placeholder List, Custom Titleblocks, Key Plans, Sheet Issues and Revisions, Revision Clouds and Tags, Supplemental Drawings, Viewports, Inserting from Files.
  • PRINTING AND PUBLISHING: Settings, Printing to PDF and to Buzzsaw.

MANAGEMENT AND CONTENT CREATION:

  • FAMILY CREATION: Family Creation, Family Editor, Form Creation, (Extrusions, Blends, and ...), Family Types, Hosted Families.
  • WORKSHARING: Worksets, Workset Visibility, Synchronization, Workset Status, Collaboration.
  • CLASH DETECTION: Copy/Monitor, Clash Detection, Reconcile Orphans.
  • PROJECT COORDINATE SYSTEM: Project Base Point, Survey Point, Setting up Coordinate System, Working with multiple files, Shared Coordinate System, Relocation of project, Rotation and Mirroring or Projects.
  • GETTING STARTED: User interface, Ribbon, QAT, Application Menu, Drawing Area, View Control Bar, Navigation Toolbar, and more.MANAGING APPLICATION SETTINGS: Managing User Interface, File and Template Locations, Place List, Keyboard Shortcuts, and Temporary Display Settings.
  • COMPONENTS AND FAMILIES: Understanding, Placing, Loading, Finding, and Editing Families. Creating simple Custom Families and Flexing Families.
  • MANAGING MODELING SETTINGS: Model and Drafting Patterns, Materials, Line Styles, Line Weights, Line Patterns, Halftone and Underlay Settings
  • MODIFICATION AND REPORTING: Select, Move, Copy, Rotate, Array, Scale, Mirror, Flip, Copy and Paste, Split, Match Type, Align, Trim, Offset, Pin, Delete, Measure and Dimension, IDS, Warnings, Coordinates.
  • DATUMS: Levels, Grids, Extents, Scopeboxes, Workplaces, Reference Planes, Snap Increments, 3D Aids.
  • WALLS: Location Lines, Joins, Wall Families, Creating Different Wall Types, Wall Openings, Wall Layers, Sweeps and Reveals.
  • BUILDING ELEMENTS: Columns, Foundations, Floors, Roofs, Beams, Beam Systems, Bracing, Trusses, Reinforcement, Basic Stairs and Ramps.
  • DIMENSIONS AND CONSTRAINTS: Temporary, Permanent, Overrides, Modification, Locking, Constraints, Units, Spot Elevation, Spot Coordinates, and Spot Slopes.
  • ANNOTATIONS: Texts, Symbols, Spelling, Type Properties, Keynotes, Keynote Legends, Note Blocks Legends, Arrowheads, Span Direction Symbols.
  • SCHEDULES AND TAGS: Working with Tags, Scheduling: Filter, Sort/Group, Fields, Formatting, Appearance, Material Takeoffs, Calculated Values, Graphical Column Schedules, View Lists, Exporting and Importing Schedules.
  • VIEW GRAPHICS: Visual Styles, Scale and Detail Level, Plan View Range, View Templates, View Types, Object Styles, Overrides, Filter Overrides, Crop Regions, Annotation Crop Regions, Coarse Scale Patterns.
  • VIEWS AND SHEETS: Plan Views, Plan Regions, Elevation Views, Elevation Symbol, Section Views, Callouts, Drafting Views, Reference Views, View Discipline, Duplicating, Match Lines and View References, Sheets, Guide Grid, Schedules on Sheets, Sheet List and Placeholder List, Custom Titleblocks, Key Plans, Sheet Issues and Revisions, Revision Clouds and Tags, Supplemental Drawings, Viewports, Inserting from Files.
  • PRINTING AND PUBLISHING: Settings, Printing to PDF and to Buzzsaw.
  • FAMILY CREATION: Family Creation, Family Editor, Form Creation, (Extrusions, Blends, and ...), Family Types, Hosted Families.

 

  • GETTING STARTED: User interface, Ribbon, QAT, Application Menu, Drawing Area, View Control Bar, Navigation Toolbar, and more.
  • MANAGING APPLICATION SETTINGS: Managing User Interface, File and Template Locations, Place List, Keyboard Shortcuts, and Temporary Display Settings.
  • COMPONENTS AND FAMILIES: Understanding, Placing, Loading, Finding, and Editing Families.
  • MANAGING MODELING SETTINGS: Model and Drafting Patterns, Materials, Line Styles, Line Weights, Line Patterns, Halftone and Underlay Settings
  • MODIFICATION AND REPORTING: Select, Move, Copy, Rotate, Array, Scale, Mirror, Flip, Copy and Paste, Split, Match Type, Align, Trim, Offset, Pin, Delete, Measure and Dimension, IDS, Warnings, Coordinates.
  • DATUMS: Levels, Grids, Extents, Scopeboxes, Workplaces, Reference Planes, Snap Increments, 3D Aids.
  • HVAC AIRSIDE: Workflow, Adding Equipment, Placing Air Terminals, Creating Duct Systems, Modeling Ductwork, Placing Duct Placeholders, Defining Duct Routing Preferences, Generating Duct Layouts, Sizing Ductwork, Adding Duct Accessories, Modifying Ductwork and Fittings, Adding Duct Insulation, Analyzing Duct Systems, Checking Duct Systems, Creating Duct Pressure Loss Reports, Understanding Scheduling and Tags.
  • GENERAL PIPING: Modeling Piping, Placing Placeholders, Defining Routing Preferences, Adding Accessories, Modifying Piping and Fittings, Adding Insulation, Creating Parallel Pipes, Modeling Sloped Pipe.
  • HVAC PIPING: Understanding Workflow, Creating Systems, Generating Layouts, Sizing Pipes, Analyzing Systems, Checking Piping Systems, Creating Pipe Pressure Loss Reports, Understanding Tags.
  • PLUMBING: Understanding Workflow, Adding Plumbing Fixtures, Using Copy/Monitor for Fixtures, Placing Connectors, Creating Systems, Creating Piping System Types, Components, Laying out Systems, Creating Risers and Underfloor Views, Scheduling and Tags.
  • ELECTRICAL: Specifying Demand Factors and Load Classifications. Modeling Cable Trays, Modeling Conduit, Creating Parallel Conduits, Adding Electrical Devices, Creating Low Voltage Systems.
  • POWER: Workflow, Adding Electrical Equipment, Placing Electrical Fixtures, Creating Circuits, Wiring Circuits, Connecting Mechanical Equipment and Other Power Loads, Checking Circuits, Creating Panel Schedules.
  • LIGHTING: Workflow, Understanding Lighting Fixtures and Photometric Data, Placing Lighting Fixtures, Using Copy/Monitor, Adding Switches, Creating a Switch System, Powering Lighting Systems, Analyzing Lighting Systems, Understanding Lighting Schedules and Tags.
  • DIMENSIONS AND CONSTRAINTS: Temporary, Permanent, Overrides, Modification, Locking, Constraints, Units, Spot Elevation, Spot Coordinates, and Spot Slopes.
  • ANNOTATIONS: Texts, Symbols, Spelling, Type Properties, Keynotes, Keynote Legends, Note Blocks Legends, Arrowheads, Span Direction Symbols, 3D Annotations.
  • SCHEDULES AND TAGS: Working with Tags (Category, Room and Area), Scheduling: Filter, Sort/Group, Fields, Formatting, Appearance, Material Takeoffs, Calculated Values, Room and Area Schedules, View Lists, Exporting and Importing Schedules.
  • VIEW GRAPHICS: Visual Styles, Scale and Detail Level, Plan View Range, View Templates, View Types, Object Styles, Overrides, Filter Overrides, Crop Regions, Annotation Crop Regions, Coarse Scale Patterns.
  • VIEWS AND SHEETS: Plan Views, Plan Regions, Elevation Views, Elevation Symbol, Section Views, Callouts, Drafting Views, Reference Views, View Discipline, Duplicating, Match Lines and View References, Sheets, Guide Grid, Schedules on Sheets, Sheet List and Placeholder List, Custom Titleblocks, Key Plans, Sheet Issues and Revisions, Revision Clouds and Tags, Supplemental Drawings, Viewports, Inserting from Files.
  • PRINTING AND PUBLISHING: Settings, Printing to PDF and to Buzzsaw.
  • FAMILY CREATION: Family Creation, Family Editor, Form Creation, (Extrusions, Blends, and ...), Family Types, Hosted Families.
  • DRAFTING AND DETAILING: Understanding, Loading, and Placing, Repeated Details, Detail Lines, Cut Profiles, Linework, Filled and Masking Regions, Batt Insulation, Annotations, and More.
  • SITE TOOLS: Introduction, Creating Toposurfaces, Site Settings, Subregions and Split Surfaces, Building Pads, Graded Regions, Site and Parking Components, Property Lines and Contour Labels.
  • CONCEPTUAL DESIGN: Understanding and Working in the Conceptual Design Environment, Creating Mass Solid and Void Forms, Creating Mass Surfaces, Model vs. Reference Lines, Reference Points, Constraints, Form Profile Modification. Divided Paths and Surfaces, Panel Families, Adaptive Components, Loading into Project Environment.
  • CONCEPTUAL MASSING IN PROJECTS: Placing Masses and Controlling Visibility, In-Place Masses, Cad Masses, Mass Floors, Tags and Schedules, Creating Model by Face Elements, Updating.
  • GROUPS: Creating and Managing Detail and Model Groups, Annotations, Editing, Excluding, Converting Groups to Links, Excluding Elements, and More.
  • CONSTRUCTION MODELING: Parts (Creating, Controlling, Dividing, Merging and Excluding, and more), Assemblies (Creating Assemblies and Assembly Views and Modification).
  • ADVANCED MODELING: In-Place Modeling Tools (Extrusions, Blends, Revolves, Sweeps, and Swept Blends), Creating Complex Roofs.
  • DESIGN ANALYSIS: Enabling Sun Path Diagram, Creating a Solar Study, Performing Energy Analysis. Introducing the Analytical Model, Modifying, Controlling Settings and more. Applying loads and Supports. Construction Types, Understanding Building and Space Types Settings, Energy Settings, Performing Energy Analysis, Calculating Heating and Cooling Loads, Exporting to gbXML, Rendering Views to Analyze Lighting, Managing Lightings With Groups.
  • PHASES: Introducing, Understanding and Managing Phases, Filters and Overrides, Demolishing Phases, Project Templates and Phases.
  • DESIGN OPTIONS: Introducing and Working with Design Options and Option Sets, Editing and more, Promoting and Accepting Design Options
  • WORKING WITH EXTERNAL FILES: Images, Revit Links, Cad Links and Imports, Shared Coordinates, Point Clouds, Exporting to DWF, 2D and 3D CAD, Images, gbXML, 3ds MAX, Schedules, Room and Area Reports.
  • COLLABORATION: Monitoring and Coordination, Copy/Monitor, Working with Linked Projects, Interference Clashing.
  • MANAGING YOUR PROJECT: Project Information, Location, Weather, Site, Project Parameters, Browser Organization, Parameters and Filters, Coordinate Systems, True North and Project North, Project Templates, Project Standards, Purging, Starting Views
  • WORKSHARING: Concepts, Terminology, Central and Local Models, Worksets, Linked Files and Worksets, and More.
  • FAMILIES BEYOND BASICS: Parameters, Shared Parameters, Reporting Parameters, Symbolic and Model Lines, Controls, Masking Regions, Parameter Formulas, Nested Families, Linked Parameters, Type Catalogs, Custom Annotation and View Tags.
  • PRESENTATION VIEWS: Creating 3D Views, Backgrounds, Section Boxes, Perspectives, Cameras, Home and Front, Orientation of 3D Views, Decals, Photographic Exposure, Shadows.
  • RENDERING AND WALKTHROUGHS: Introducing Rendering Workflow, Settings, Lighting, Sun, Backgrounds, Materials, Plants and Entourages, Test Render, Quality Settings, Images, Exposure Controls, Export to 3D MAX, Walkthroughs, Simulations.
  • ADCANCED STAIRS: Creating, Modifying, and Customizing Stairs by Components and by Sketching. Creating Spiral and Multistory Stairs. Placing, Creating, Modifying, and Customizing Railings (Top Rails, Posts, Balustrades, ...)

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