With people spending approximately 90% of their time in enclosed spaces such as homes, offices, schools, or other buildings, understanding how to create healthy and supportive indoor environments is paramount.
The significance of understanding and prioritizing the impact of indoor environments on human health and well-being has never been more important. Join us as we explore the WELL Building Standard v2 Air & Light concepts, gaining an in-depth understanding of their impact on human health, productivity, and overall well-being.
In this course, we will go though the Air and Light concepts within the WELL Building Standard v2. You will gain a comprehensive understanding of the 14 features under the Air concept and 9 features under the Light concept, exploring their direct relevance to the WELL building standard v2. Through a practical exploration of these features within a real-world project, you will gain the understanding needed to effectively incorporate Air and Light concepts into your own building endeavors.
This course is also part of GBRI’s WELLopedia Series: The ins and outs of the WELL Building Standard v2. This course can be taken stand-alone or as part of our series depending on your interest and credential maintenance requirements.
What you will learn
- Familiarize yourself with the Air and Light concepts within the WELL Building Standard v2.
- Examine the impact of lighting on human vision, mood, and circadian rhythms.
- Assess the significance of indoor air quality for occupant health and productivity.
- Identify common air pollutants and their sources.