This information applies only to candidates who hold current accreditation as a Licensed BREEAM Assessor.
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Professionals with specialist knowledge of sustainability and environmental design are taking the lead in helping design teams meet these client expectations. BREEAM is an "assessor led" process through which designers submit evidence to an accredited individual who assumes no design responsibility. Until now there has been no way for designers themselves to claim a high level of competence with BREEAM other than by association with completed BREEAM Excellent buildings or by qualifying as a BREEAM Assessor.
The BREEAM Accredited Professional qualification is a response to industry calls to fill this gap by recognising specialist skills in sustainability and environmental design combined with a high level of competence in the BREEAM assessment process. It is aimed at architects, engineers and others with design skills and responsibilities.
BREEAM Accredited Professionals will provide the design team with expert advice on built environment sustainability, environmental design and environmental assessment. They will facilitate the team's efforts to successfully schedule activities, set priorities and negotiate the trade-offs required to achieve a target BREEAM rating when the design is formally assessed.
Successful candidates will be able to use the endorsement "BREEAM Accredited Professional" and will be eligible for listing in the BRE Global "Green Book". Designs can be awarded additional credits when a BREEAM Accredited Professional has been engaged to support the design process.
- Qualification Route (Please see details)- Licensed BREEAM Assessors: who are being offered a fast track to qualification by taking the BREEAM AP workshop and examination without first undertaking additional training. This route will be suitable for Assessors who already have well developed knowledge and skills in built environment sustainability and environmental design.
Candidates will be required to attend the workshop and pass an examination to demonstrate the required level of knowledge of sustainability, environmental design and BREEAM assessment. BREEAM AP 1 day workshop and examination:
Please note:the workshop is not designed to directly help candidates pass the exam (your skills and knowledge and recommended reading are the preparation for this). The initial workshop/examination fee includes entry to two attempts at the examination. Any further attempts required will attract a new examination entry fee of £150 + VAT. The examination is computer based and instructions will be provided to candidates ahead of the examination date. The pass mark is 65%, subject to moderation.
Workshop/Examination: £675 + VAT
Licensed BREEAM Assessors - No charge whilst the license remains current, BREEAM AP status will be entered in Green Book Live free of charge.
Non-Licensed BREEAM Assessors, there is an annual subscription of £250 +VAT for the Green Book Live website entry.
Fees are subject to change without notice.
Please click here to download the BREEAM Accredited Professional Examination Syllabus.
Please click here to download the reading list for this examination.
Yes, you can become a BREEAM AP, however you will need to receive BREEAM 2011 training before undertaking the BREEAM AP exam. Details of this course will be available at www.breeam.org. The current examination is based on the BREEAM 2008 scheme documents, including technical details and operational processes. From Janauary 2012, the examination will be based on BREEAM 2011 scheme documents.
Yes, however currently the AP qualification is primarily for supporting the BREEAM assessment process. . Training dates for all those who would like to become a BREEAM AP including Code for Sustainable Homes and EcoHomes Assessors is now available
Please click here to view the BREEAM AP Frequently Asked Questions.
To view a BREEAM AP case study please click here.
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