The NZGBC runs a comprehensive programme of industry training and education, ranging from formal green building qualifications, to one-off workshops.
No matter what field you or your organisation works in, or what your training need, NZGBC will have a course or programme that will suit. We are also open to developing training programmes that meet specific needs. please contact our Education and Training Team to discuss this option.
We train and accredit professionals to work with the rating tools available in New Zealand:
- Green Star Practitioner
- Green Star Accredited Professional - Design & AsBuilt
- Green Star Accredited Professional - Performance
- Green Star Accredited Professional - Communities
- Homestar - Practitioner or Assessor
- NABERSNZ - Practitioner or Assessor
- HomeFit Assessor
We can come to your workplace to deliver training to your staff, either one of our established courses, or bespoke training that meets the needs of your team. Available to NZGBC member organisations only.
Other courses and programmes
Many of our courses are not directly related to the rating tools, but cover a wide range of skills and topics related to green building.
We run a monthly lunchtime webinar series on the last Wednesday of every month featuring topics from NZGBC and the wider industry, suitable for both Accredited Professionals and other industry professionals.
We hold short workshops or masterclasses, ranging from a few hours to a whole day, in a variety of topics that are relevant to the New Zealand green building sector. Browse our upcoming courses to find workshops or masterclasses currently available in your area.
Find out about our PluggedIn webinars and video library. Do you have an interesting topic you'd like to present for a webinar or workshop? Contact us to find out more.The same further education (FE) points are gained by webinar attendees, as for those who attend in person.
NZGBC educational events draw on the knowledge of expert presenters and aim to encourage open discussion and information-sharing. Please note, the information and opinions expressed in these presentations may not represent the official views or opinions of the New Zealand Green Building Council (NZGBC).