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Hazel Farley

Executive Director

Canada Green Building Council

HQ Phone:  (613) 241-1184

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Email: h***@***.org

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Canada Green Building Council

47 Clarence Street, Suite 202

Ottawa, Ontario,K1N 9K1

Canada

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About Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC): The CaGBC (www.cagbc.org) is the leading national organization dedicated to advancing green building and sustainable community development practices. As the voice of green building in Canada, we work closely with ou... more.

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Director, Training and Accreditation and Operations

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Staff - Canada Green Building Council - Greater Toronto Chapter

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Hazel Farley, Regional Director


Partnership to bring green trades training to Canada - Sustainable Building & Design Magazine

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Hazel Farley, executive director of the GTA chapter of the CAGBC, said the extensive amount of green building in the region "makes this the ideal market" in which to launch the program in Canada.
The chapter first became aware of the program at a Greenbuild conference in Toronto in 2011. "Having seen no previous green building training programs for the trades of this calibre, we were intrigued to learn more about this program," said Farley whose chapter facilitates delivery of LEED-related workshops in southern Ontario as part of its mandate. The chapter also offers a wide range of educational and networking events for members and the green building community at large. "Our chapter's mandate is to lead and accelerate the transformation to high-performing, healthy green buildings and communities," Farley said. "There was unanimous agreement that there was a need for such a program in our marketplace," Farley said. An advisory council was subsequently established. Farley said GPRO instructors are "well-established, respected professionals with a wealth of experience in their field as well as a passion for sustainability, knowledge of green building practices and adult education experience." "This training will provide the trades with a deep understanding of how they play a key role in the sustainable built environment," Farley said. "We would anticipate with time that construction companies and general contractors will look for GPRO certificate-holders to be on their teams." In order to accelerate and increase adoption and uptake of the program, the council is offering unions, trade associations and other construction-related organizations special bulk rate pricing to reduce the per-person cost. "Furthermore, these organizations can have in-house trainers certified as GPRO instructors, thereby allowing them to decide when and how they want to deliver the training," Farley said.


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Left to right: Hazel Farley, Executive Director Canada Green Building Council; Councillor Pat Saito, Mississauga City, Ward 9; John McDougall, Chief Mississauga Fire and Emergency Services; Jayne Holmes, Manager, Facilities Planning and Development City of Mississauga; Raj Sheth, Director Faculties and Property Management, City of Mississauga.
Hazel Farley, Executive Director of the CaGBC-GTC was Executive Director, Hazel Farley, was on hand to present a


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Hazel Farley, executive director of the GTA chapter of the CAGBC, said the extensive amount of green building in the region "makes this the ideal market" in which to launch the program in Canada.
The chapter first became aware of the program at a Greenbuild conference in Toronto in 2011. "Having seen no previous green building training programs for the trades of this calibre, we were intrigued to learn more about this program," said Farley whose chapter facilitates delivery of LEED-related workshops in southern Ontario as part of its mandate. The chapter also offers a wide range of educational and networking events for members and the green building community at large. "Our chapter's mandate is to lead and accelerate the transformation to high-performing, healthy green buildings and communities," Farley said. "There was unanimous agreement that there was a need for such a program in our marketplace," Farley said. An advisory council was subsequently established. Farley said GPRO instructors are "well-established, respected professionals with a wealth of experience in their field as well as a passion for sustainability, knowledge of green building practices and adult education experience." "This training will provide the trades with a deep understanding of how they play a key role in the sustainable built environment," Farley said. "We would anticipate with time that construction companies and general contractors will look for GPRO certificate-holders to be on their teams." In order to accelerate and increase adoption and uptake of the program, the council is offering unions, trade associations and other construction-related organizations special bulk rate pricing to reduce the per-person cost. "Furthermore, these organizations can have in-house trainers certified as GPRO instructors, thereby allowing them to decide when and how they want to deliver the training," Farley said.


www.cagbctoronto.org

"This is a unique opportunity to celebrate projects, both large and small, that have demonstrated innovative green building practices which have greatly contributed to the growth and advancement of the green building sector" says Hazel Farley, Executive Director of the CaGBC-GTC.


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