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WELL Workshop -- In Tampa

  • September 11, 2019
  • 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
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Registration

  • Includes two class seats (value: $600), logo linked to your website, opportunity to introduce your company at start of class and distribute marketing materials.

The WELL Building Standard is commanding the attention of property owners throughout the Sunshine State and the Nation. USGBC Florida Chapter invites any professional who is interested in taking a deep dive into the Standard and perhaps sit for the WELL AP exam to join us for one of two in-depth professional exam preparation courses -- the first held in Tampa (date) or the second held in Deerfield Beach (date).

If you are interested in taking a comprehensive day-long class of the WELL Building Standard, sign up now! Class seats are limited in both locations. 

If you can't make this class in Tampa, CLICK HERE to sign up for the WELL AP Exam Prep Course to be held in Deerfield Beach on _______.

This course is a major differentiater -- for you! You can be a part of the earliest wave of WELL Accredited Professionals in Florida. We welcome professionals from all sectors of the building industry: owners, operators, designers, engineers, builders and occupants interested in mastering and practicing the new standard.

This WELL workshop will have nine sections that will be outlined over the course of one packed day of content -- see below. A light breakfast and full lunch will be provided. A hard-copy exam study guide and sample test questions will be provided to all students.

For more information regarding the WELL Accredited Professional Examination, learn more at the International WELL Building Institute

Instructors

Jennifer Berthelot-Jelovic (add credentials) is the President and CEO of A SustainAble Production (ASAP), a full-service, sustainability and WELLness consulting firm. Jennifer is an expert in the International WELL Building Institute’s (IWBI) WELL Building Standard, becoming one of the first  WELL APs and WELL Faculty in the world. As a WELL Consultant, Jennifer has worked on various WELL Pilots and Projects. She has taught this course multiple times and her students have a high pass-rate for the exam. Learn more ... 


Jonathan Burgess (PLA, WELL AP,  LEED AP ND & BD+C) is a licensed Landscape Architect whose professional experience includes site design, land planning, landscape design, LEED consulting, and project management for major public and private developments covering nearly all land-use types. As Vice-President of The Spinnaker Group, Jonathan has been responsible for taking projects through each step of the design and construction process: from conceptual planning and design through land entitlement, construction documentation, permitting, and completion of each project through final construction. He was the first WELL AP in the State of Florida. Learn more ...

The Course

The WELL Building Standard Workshop Class provides a deep review of the WELL Building Standard ideology, structure and certification process -- see course description here. The medical basis for the concept categories will be introduced, along with design and construction strategies to create healthy buildings. The time has come to elevate human health and comfort to the forefront of building practices and reinvent buildings that are not only better for the planet -- but also for people. This day-long presentation will introduce how to do this using the WELL Building Standard as the framework.

Session Modules

See course description here ...

​~ Introduction -- This section will lay out the framework for the session and provide an introduction to WELL from which students can build a deeper understanding throughout the day

~ Air -- This section will provide a review of each of the points in the WELL system relating to air quality. Also reviewed will be similarities to LEED and other systems.

~ Water -- This section will provide a review of each of the points in the WELL system relating to water quality, including pollutants, testing  and promoting healthy water consumption. Also reviewed will be how credits translate and other similarities to LEED and other systems.

~ Nourishment -- This section will provide a review of each of the points in the WELL system relating to nourishment tied to occupants. This includes allergies, handling, preparation and concerns about food production.

~ Light -- This section will provide a review of each of the points in the WELL system relating to lighting and the effects on human occupants. Students will explore concepts related to circadian rhythms, glare control, and daylight issues.

~ Fitness -- This section will provide a review of each of the points in the WELL system relating to fitness of occupants in the certified space. This section concerns staying active and design components that foster fitness.

~ Comfort -- This section will provide a review of each of the points in the WELL system relating to comfort. Students will explore aspects such as ergonomics, noise, olfactory issues and thermal comfort.

~ Mind -- This section will provide a review of each of the points in the WELL system relating to mindfulness. In this section, topics include biophilia, beauty, stress, altruism and transparency.

~ Review -- In this final section of the day, students will be reviewing test questions, while instructors field questions. Also provided will be a review of next steps for taking the exam, what to expect, and how to continue studying.

Note

Please note that Student Pricing only applies to full-time students who are able to present at class check-in a university or college ID card. 

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