This course is designed to walk participants through the GRESB Infrastructure Assessment and reporting process, including content- related material and practical tips for a successful submission.
Please start with “Welcome: Using the Online Training Platform” to walk you through how to use this course.
NOTICE – JUNE 17: Feedback Survey
We want to hear from you! We’d appreciate it if you’d take a 5-minute survey to let us know what you think about the online training.
NOTICE – April 7: If lesson links are not opening from the main course page, click on the link for another lesson which does work, and navigate to the lesson you want using the “Previous Lesson” and “Next Lesson” buttons at the bottom of the lesson window.
Be sure to also check that you have cleared your browser’s cached memory. To find out how to do this for your browser, you can do a search on Google for “Clear browser cache <browser name>”.
UPDATE – April 6: Please note that the ‘2020 Changes & Q&A’ webinars scheduled for April 7 and 8, have been moved to April 20 and 21. You can find the registration links and more information here.
UPDATE – March 22: Please be aware that YouTube has reduced video quality across Europe. This means that videos may not appear as detailed or sharp. Slide decks are available for all videos under the “Materials” tab of that lesson. If you are having trouble reading content on the slides in videos, we recommend downloading the corresponding slide deck and following along.
“YouTube has followed Netflix’s lead in reducing video quality across Europe, according to a Reuters report, to help the continent’s internet service providers cope with the increased usage as social distancing continues.
All YouTube videos will now play in standard definition by default for viewers in the EU, a move which should substantially reduce the bandwidth used by visitors to the Google-owned website.”