In Depth Review of the WELL Building Standard
The heart of the workshop is an in-depth review of the intents and requirements of each Concept category and Feature including an understanding of the medical basis for each Feature and design and construction strategies for implementing the concepts and requirements.
The WELL Building Standard marries best practices in design and construction with evidence-based health and wellness interventions.
In this workshop, attendees learn how to harness the built environment as a vehicle to support human health, well-being, and comfort. Strategies for improving the nutrition, fitness, mood, sleep patterns and performance of occupants through design and construction practices are explored in detail.
NOTE: When you register you will be asked to login using your eID. If you do not have one, please fill in the alternate eID form fields found on the login page.
PARKING: The nearest parking lots are 412 (West of Hartshorn Health Center) and 425 (West of Morgan Library). Visitor parking is outlined in red on the map.
For a visual, see Map of Parking Lots 412 and 425
- Identify the purpose, key components, and structure of the WELL Building Standard
- Discuss the medical basis for the Concepts and Features of the WELL Building Standard
- Understand successful strategies for meeting the requirements of the WELL Features
- Learn WELL resources and how to become a WELL Accredited Professional
CEU Credit available
- GBCI Course Code: 920002572
- AIA Course Code: WELLAP6-15
- IDCEC number will be forthcoming.