Hartford CEU Program - March 27th, 2013
BIFMA e3 Sustainability Standard and level® Certification: An Overview
GBCI Course ID: 90004015 - 1 hour session - CEs - 1
IDCEC Course ID: 101277 - 1 hour session - CEU - 0.1
Subject Code: 2.12
This course is meant to give a high level summary of the BIFMA e3 Sustainability Standard and the level® certification program. The course includes an overview of the content which includes Scope, Structure, Elements, Prerequisites, etc. as well as information on the third party level® certification process.
Mendy Claridge, Leed AP ID+C
Mendy has held roles in manufacturing, quality and product line management. She is a LEED AP ID+C Accredited Professional supporting the certification of the U.S. Green Building Council's LEED Green Building Rating System and also serves as a steering committee member of the USGBC Indiana Chapter, Southwest Branch.
In addition, Mendy is a certified product auditor, a faculty member of the BIFMA level/Sustainability Standard CEU program and was recently appointed to the woodLINKS USA Board of Directors. She is also a member of National's Quality Sustainable Management team and serves as council leader on National's Sustainability Council.
Mendy attended Wabash Valley College and Southern Illinois University where she studied science.
In her current role as Director of Sustainability, Mendy is responsible for providing direction and assuring successful execution of our vision and strategy for sustainability and environmental programs across National. This includes fiscal responsibility to the forecast, ensuring regulatory compliance, and understanding the needs and goals of our customers and the marketplace.
5:00pm - 5:30pm Registration and Networking
5:30pm - 7:30pm Presentation and Q&A
Red Thread - East Hartford
300 E River Dr, East Hartford, CT 06108
IIDA Members and student members: FREE
Non IIDA Members and students: $30
Capacity: 40 people
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