Gain a comprehensive understanding of how the Movement, Thermal Comfort, and Sound concepts within the WELL Building Standard v2 impact occupant health, well-being, and productivity, and discover strategies to create indoor spaces that support optimal movement, provide comfortable thermal conditions, and ensure a peaceful acoustic environment.
Throughout this course, we will go though the Movement, Thermal Comfort & Sound concepts within the WELL Building Standard v2. You will gain an in-depth understanding of how environmental design, policies, and programs can promote physical activity, enhance acoustical comfort, and optimize thermal conditions to support occupant health and well-being. Through a practical exploration of these features within a real-world project, you will gain the understanding needed to effectively incorporate Movement, Thermal Comfort & Sound 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
- Discuss the role of physical activity in indoor spaces and its impact on health.
- Understand the importance of thermal conditions for occupant comfort and satisfaction.
- Explore techniques to optimize thermal comfort through building design and systems.
- Understand the effects of acoustical comfort on occupant well-being and performance.