|Name/Title of Resource||Topic||Link||Organization||Notes|
|BCXP – BUILDING COMMISSIONING PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION||Certification/Credential Program||Link||ASHRAE||ASHRAE’s BCxP certification program validates competency to lead, plan, coordinate and manage a commissioning team to implement commissioning processes in new and existing buildings.|
|CCP, ACP, CCF||Certification/Credential Program||Link||BCCB||The Certified Commissioning Professional (CCP) is an individual who leads, plans, coordinates and manages a commissioning team to implement commissioning processes in new and existing buildings.|
|Certified Building Commissioning Professional||Certification/Credential Program||Link||AEE||AEE's certifications are recognized by governmental agencies, including the U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Agency for International Development, as well as by utilities, end users, and energy service companies.|
|BEAP – BUILDING ENERGY ASSESSMENT PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION||Certification/Credential Program||Link||ASHRAE||The BEAP certification, an ANSI-Accredited Personnel Certification Program under ISO/IEC 17024 (#1139), validates competency to assess building systems and site conditions; analyze and evaluate equipment and energy usage; and recommend strategies to optimize building resource utilization.|
|BEMP – BUILDING ENERGY MODELING PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION||Certification/Credential Program||Link||ASHRAE||The BEMP certification, an ANSI-Accredited Personnel Certification Program under ISO/IEC 17024 (#1139), validates competency to model new and existing building and systems with the full range of physics; and evaluate, select, use, calibrate and interpret the results of energy modeling software where applied to building and systems energy performance and economics.|
|CHD – CERTIFIED HVAC DESIGNER||Certification/Credential Program||Link||ASHRAE||The CHD certification, managed under ISO/IEC 17024 requirements for ANSI-Accredited Personnel Certification Programs, validates competency to design HVAC systems to meet building/project requirements, including equipment, equipment sizing, load calculations, mechanical equipment room design, duct and piping design and layout, and develop HVAC plans for permit and construction.|
|HBDP – HIGH-PERFORMANCE BUILDING DESIGN PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION||Certification/Credential Program||Link||ASHRAE||The HBDP certification, an ANSI-Accredited Personnel Certification Program under ISO/IEC 17024 (#1139), validates competency to design and integrate sustainable HVAC&R systems into high performing buildings.|
|OPMP – OPERATIONS AND PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION||Certification/Credential Program||Link||ASHRAE||Developed with the participation of APPA and the General Services Administration (GSA), the OPMP certification validates competency to do the following:
Manage facility operations and maintenance to achieve building performance goals, including those related to indoor environmental quality, health and safety.
|LEED AP||Certification/Credential Program||Link||USGBC||
LEED Green Associate
A foundational professional credential signifying core competency in green building principles. LEED AP with specialty. An advanced professional credential signifying expertise in green building and a LEED rating system.
|WELL AP||Certification/Credential Program||Link||USGBC/IWBI||Certification as a WELL AP, the WELL Building standard is a standard for buildngs, interior spaces and communities seeking to implement, validate and measure features that support and advance human health and wellness.|
|Architecture Education||Degree Programs||Link||NCARB||The National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) is an agency that evaluates architecture programs in the United States to ensure that graduates have the technical and critical thinking skills required to have a rewarding career in the profession. The NAAB’s accreditation is independent of the school’s overall accreditation.
Most of the 55 U.S. licensing boards require that architects hold a professional degree from a NAAB-accredited program, which include Bachelor of Architecture, Master of Architecture, and Doctor of Architecture programs
|ICC Safety 2.0||Workforce Development||Link||ICC||Safety 2.0 is the International Code Council’s signature initiative to welcome a new generation of members and leaders to the building safety profession.|
|ASHRAE Trainings||Workforce Development||Link||ASHRAE||Certifications for building energy modeling, high-performance building design, commissioning, and building operations|
|ICC Certification||Certification/Credential Program||Link||ICC||Certification on knowledge of ICC Codes.|