Understanding the WELL Building Standard – "FULL DAY Workshop"
By: Hamoda Youssef, LEED Faculty, AP BD+C, WELL Faculty,AP, GSAS-CGP
Head of Communications, Qatar Green Building Council
March 10, 2020
Timing: 08:00 am - 04:30 pm
This workshop provides a deep dive into the ideology and structure of the WELL building standard and the WELL certification process.
The WELL Building Standard v1 is the product of seven years of research and development culminating with an expert review process encompassing a scientific, practitioner and medical review. The WELL Building Standard was developed by integrating scientific and medical research and reviewing existing literature on environmental health, behavioral factors, health outcomes and demographic risk factors.
Overall, the WELL Building Standard is designed to comprehensively cover the various individual needs of building occupants while also building a common foundation for measuring wellness in the built environment.
The workshop will review the intents and requirements of each Concept category and Feature including an understanding of the Feature and design and construction strategies for implementing the concepts and requirements. Case studies of WELL pilot projects and other projects actively implementing the Standard are highlighted.
Fees per attendee:
- Understand the structure of WELL
- Recognize how concepts goals and intents lead to healthier buildings and occupants
- Identify the intent, requirements, and strategies for success with WELL rating system
- Plan for key considerations and requirements for WELL documentation
- Outline the process for achieving a WELL AP credential
Fees are inclusive of post workshop exam preparation study materials and online sample exams
- QGBC Member: 1,500 QR
- Non Members: 1,750 QR