Call for Proposals: Educational Programs
USGBC Texas Chapter is accepting proposals for educational programs to be offered in 2019.

USGBC Texas strives to offer a diverse selection of educational programs throughout its five regions. The goal is to educate our members and the community on current/emerging green building principles and practices, and to expand opportunities for LEED Professionals to gain continuing education hours.

Opportunities for education programs include: in-depth workshops - extended consideration of topics to build upon green building professionals' existing knowledge lunch 'n learns, conference sessions and tours.

We are particularly seeking in-depth workshops - extended consideration of topics to build upon green building professionals' existing knowledge.

Program Title *
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Program Description *
Provide a clear and accurate summary of your proposed program. Include information attendees will learn during the program. (Limited to 200 words.)
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Learning Objectives *
List FOUR learning objectives for the program. Learning objectives should be written so that the attendees know specifically what they should be able to do at the end of the educational program.
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Presentation Categories (Check all that apply.) *
The following topics are of particular interest. While all topics will be considered, preference will be given to those that fall within these categories. Please select the category your presentation materials cover.
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Program Format/Duration (Check all that apply.) *
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If you have selected more than one Format/Duration option or indicated "Out of the Box", please explain here:
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Willingness to Travel (Check all that apply.) *
USGBC Texas' territory includes all of Texas with programming selected for five Regions: Central, Gulf Coast, North, South and West. Which of the following locations within our Chapter territory would you be willing to present?
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Educational Level *
USGBC Texas strives to offer a diverse selection of programs to reach a variety of educational levels. Please indicate the level of technical depth of your proposed educational program as described below.
Presenter's Name *
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Presenter's Position/Title *
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Presenter's Organization *
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Presenter's Education & Demonstrated Knowledge *
List degrees, professional credentials, licenses or certifications. Describe your demonstrated knowledge of the course subject and content, as well as experience training, speaking, facilitation and/or teaching.
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Presenter's Email Address *
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Presenter's Phone Number *
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Are you a member of USGBC Texas Chapter? *
Is your company a member of USGBC National? *
Presenter 2 Name
Include if submission includes more than one presenter.
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Presenter 2 Organization
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Presenter 2 Organization
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Presenter 2 Education & Demonstrated Knowledge
List degrees, professional credentials, licenses or certifications. Describe your demonstrated knowledge of the course subject and content, as well as experience training, speaking, facilitation and/or teaching.
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Presenter 2 Email Address
Include if submission includes more than one presenter.
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Presenter 2 Phone Number
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Program Policies
• All proposals must be complete and inclusive when submitted.
• Presentations must be delivered without endorsement, bias, marketing or sales orientation.
• Upon acceptance of a proposal, presenters must agree to submit any additional information requested by the planning committee, such as outlines and presentation slides, in the requested timeframe. This information is necessary to secure continuing education units (CEUs) for various professions, including GBCI CE Hour requirements for LEED Professionals.
• Proposals are received with the understanding that speakers are providing their services without compensation and travel expenses are typically not covered.

• USGBC Texas may request for a presentation to be modified in order to:

o Fulfill continuing education requirements.
o Adhere to venue restrictions.
o Reflect relevance of topic.
o Fit within the allotted time scheduled.
o Combine proposals as appropriate.

Non-commercial content
Material for programs approved by USGBC-Texas are to be objective in nature and cannot contain any content that could be interpreted as a promotion or endorsement of a certain product, certification/accreditation or organization. As an exception to this rule, products or organizations can be presented in the context of illustrative examples of the current concerns, issues and regulations of the topic(s) being addressed. Within PowerPoint presentations, presenters may include their company name or logo on the first and/or last slide only. The materials for this program are objective in nature and do not promote or endorse a certain product, service, certification/accreditation or organization.

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Submission Evaluation and Selection
All proposals will be reviewed by the USGBC Texas Regional Education Committees. Reviewers will rate proposals using the following criteria:
• Relevance to USGBC Texas’ educational objectives
• Credential Maintenance Program (CMP) relevance
• Timeliness of topic
• Subject matter appeal
• Practical application
• Appropriate educational level
• Innovative Content
• Speaker qualifications
New ideas and topics are encouraged and will be given preference in the selection process.
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