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Resiliency Training

USGBC-LA offers a variety of resilience training programs that can be customized for your organization and audience as needed.

Fundamentals of Building Resilience Workshops 

These capacity building workshops are based on the Building Resilience LA Primer for Facilities to guide existing building project teams to create physical, economic, and social resilience. Using real project examples, these workshops will chart the course to achieve project success and integrate interdisciplinary thinking in your team. Ideal for building owners, managers, operators, architects, engineers, risk managers, public health professionals, emergency management, and community organizers. 

Introduction to Building Resilience 

The series of 90-minute workshops are designed to introduce resilience and how it applies to your life at home and at work.  

Building Resilience at Workplace 

In this series of 4-hour workshops, students learn about building resilience teams, assessing existing conditions and oncoming threats and vulnerabilities, selecting and implementing solutions and charting a path toward continual improvement.  

Interested in learning more about our resilience training?

Resources

Building Resilience LA Primer for Facilities

For upcoming Resiliency courses

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