Browse our 2023 lineup of webinars and workshops.
ISI offers a full spectrum of training workshops on Envision and sustainable infrastructure, from beginner to advanced. Here’s what’s coming up.
2-day online ISI Envision Sustainability Professional (ENV SP) Course (April 1st & 2nd)
At ARC, we know that all jobs will be green jobs. Would you like to improve your knowledge of sustainable development, get better job opportunities, and increase your confidence in interviews because you can show your colleagues and clients how to reduce their environmental impact?
ARC is offering a 2-day online ISI Envision SP Course at the weekend. After this 8-hour training students will be able to pass the ISI Envision certification exam. No educational background or experience required.
Date: April 1st & 2nd
Time: 11am-1pm, 1:30-3:30pm EST
The price includes an optional 15-minute free one-on-one with the trainer. Click "Pay with Card" to add your name to the workshop registrants list.
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This course will be virtually delivered via Zoom. A Zoom link will be distributed to all registrants in the weeks leading up to the live event.
This course presents fundamental principles and practices of sustainability in enhancing infrastructure projects. The modern history of sustainability is presented to establish the motivation for improving sustainable performance. The Envision framework is introduced as a tool to support higher sustainability performance through better choices in infrastructure development. Examples from the portfolio of Envision-verified projects will illustrate improvements over conventional practices and expanded implementation of sustainability. This course will also address barriers that impede sustainability and guide participants in getting started with Envision through practical approaches drawn from the framework.
Who should attend?
This introductory course is intended for anyone in the sustainable infrastructure community, including:
- Planners, architects, engineers, developers, owners, constructors, and operators.
- Managers and decision-makers who are working in public-sector agencies and private-sector companies.
- Employees at the municipal, state/provincial, or federal level with responsibility for infrastructure.
- Thought leaders and influencers in the architecture, engineering, and construction (a/e/c) industry.
- Infrastructure professionals who support project delivery and Envision implementation.
I’m already an ENV SP. Should I attend this course?
While new ENV SPs may benefit from the deeper exploration of sustainability concepts, practices, and Envision use cases, this course is not necessarily intended for an ENV SP with experience. Seasoned ENV SPs may find more value in the prescribed content or other resources in ISI’s “All Courses” library. This course qualifies for three (3) elective hours toward ENV SP credential maintenance.
This 10-hour course will be virtually delivered over 2-days via Zoom by ISI’s Verification staff. Registration will be open until the Friday before the first day of the course. A Zoom link will be distributed to all registrants on the Monday prior to the live event. Note: This occurrence of this course is being offered at an adjusted time (8:00-1:00pm EDT each day) to accommodate participants in time zones outside of the United States and Canada.
The Envision Verification Applicants Course is a live web-based training that will provide ENV SPs a closer look at the Envision project verification process. A foundational understanding of the Envision Rating System is required as this course will not cover the same material as the Envision Sustainability Professional (ENV SP) training. By completing this course, participants will better understand the ins-and-outs of Envision verification, including timelines, necessary deliverables, and expectations of the project team. In addition, ISI’s Verification staff will offer submission tips and insights into Envision concepts and credits. Participants will have an opportunity to practice writing credit coversheets and compiling project documentation. Class size is kept intentionally small to encourage participants to engage with the materials and ask questions of ISI’s Verification staff.
1. Envision by the Numbers
2. Verification Requirements and Prerequisites
3. Envision v3 Verification Process
4. Preparing your Project for Verification
5. Credit Categories and Applicant Considerations
- Quality of Life
- Resource Allocation
- Natural World
- Climate & Resilience
6. Open Forum: Lingering Questions and Stories from Envision Verification
7. Next Steps
If you have any questions about this course, contact Kailey Eldredge at firstname.lastname@example.org.