Date: March 8, 2016
Location: Algonquin Room, 29th Floor, Cisco Headquarters, RBC WaterPark Place, 88 Queen's Quay West (map)
This is a one day intensive program designed to help individuals understand the WELL Building Standard and how to successfully apply it to project work.
This workshop will introduce the intent, key elements and requirements of the WELL Building Standard. WELL faculty will guide attendees through the standard's design, implementation and certification requirements. The workshop will be taught in English.
The course is being taught by Whitney Austin-Gray, PhD, LEED AP, who is the Executive Director of Research and Innovation at Delos. Dr. Gray is responsible for the oversight of health research and the development of innovative design strategies and products that seek to improve human health and wellness through building design. Prior to joining Delos, Dr. Gray served as the Health Research and Innovation Director for Cannon Design, a global healthcare design firm.
-Identify the purpose, key components and structure of the WELL Building Standard
-Discuss the health basis for the Concepts and Features of the WELL Building Standard
-Understand successful strategies for meeting the requirements of the WELL Features
-Learn about WELL resources and how to become a WELL Accredited Professional
WELL Building Standard: Attendees are encouraged to download the full WELL Building Standard in advance for reference during the workshop.
WELL Certification Guidebook: The Guidebook provides an overview of the WELL Certification process for v1.0 projects, including a verification table that displays the type of documentation relevant to each Feature under v1.0 of the WELL Building Standard.