San Diego, CA (PressExposure) December 30, 2008 -- Help for those who are studying for the LEED exam was confined only to a few study guides and publications before Intheleed.com was created. Since then, intheleed.com has shown over 70,000 unique visitors itâs helpful pages.
The future of intheleed.com depends on the new material for LEED 2009, and itâs not going to be easy to accomplish. In LEED 2009, there are hierarchies of different types of LEED Associates, such as the LEED Green Associate, the LEED AP for specific types of buildings and projects, and the LEED AP Fellow. Each part of the new LEED hierarchy will have different requirements and even different tests to take, so to undertake organizing all of the new information will be a tough task for anybody.
With the success and popularity of intheleed.com, Patrick Flynn cannot just sit back and not do anything about it. He will go full stride into continuing to provide great information to help people pass their LEED exam. People are relying on intheleed.com.
In addition to providing all of the useful information to future LEED APs and LEED Green Associates, there is some research going into some new education strategies, such as podcasts, video and slideshow classes, as well as webinars (or live web seminars).
If youâre interested in the LEED exam, and would like information about how to pass it, please visit [http://www.intheleed.com]