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When You Pass FEDSAT, You Also Earn One Hour of Continuing Education


You can get one free hour's worth of continuing education / professional development by passing the Federal Facilities Skills Assessment Tool (FEDSAT)!

FEDSAT is approved by the Green Business Certification Institute (GBCI)non government site opens in new window for credit toward the continuing education requirements for the US Green Building Council's (USGBC) credentials including the LEED AP. Completion of FEDSAT may also count as self-directed learning for other professional certifications. Check with your certifying body for more information.

Here's how to earn your free continuing education credit:

1) Sign up for or log into SFTool hereopens in new window.

2) Complete the FEDSAT assessment hereopens in new window.

3) Achieve a passing score and save your certificate of completion.

4) Self-report your credit. For GBCI, log into http://usgbc.org/account/credentialsnon government site opens in new window, click "Report CE Hours" and fill out the quick form with the info below:

Activity ID: 0920010763

Title: FEDSAT, The Federal Facility Skills Assessment Tool

Provider: US General Services Administration

Description: Completed assessment and achieved passing score.

URL: http://www.usgbc.org/education/sessions/fedsat-federal-facility-skills-assessment-tool-10447159

LEED Specific: None

CE hours: 1


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Federal Facilities Skills Assessment Tool

The Federal Facilities Skills Assessment Tool (FEDSAT) is a high-quality, no-cost, online skills assessment tool for federal facility managers to achieve and demonstrate compliance with the Federal Buildings Personnel Training Act (FBPTA) of 2010.

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