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Activity Type: Education
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Title:Getting started with WELLProvider: GBRI
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Description:This course is ideal for professionals wanting to understand if WELL is right for them and know more about the Building Standard, exam and credential. We will explore the concepts that comprise the building standard, what building types it address, the benefits and project certification steps. These concepts will essentially cover the exam specifications surrounding WELL certification.
What you will learn
Become familiar with the WELL Building Standard
Identify the body systems related to the WELL Building Standard
Analyze WELL Certification Steps and Process including documentation requirements
Explore the WELL AP credential including exam requirements and opportunities for credential holders
LEED Specific: None
AIA Credit: LU
Which of the following is the leading cause of disability worldwide according to the WHO?CorrectIncorrect
How many concepts and features are there in the WELL Building Standard?CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following is not a type of verification completed during Performance Verification?CorrectIncorrect
Which concept has the largest number of features?CorrectIncorrect
Which site is used to register a project for certification and receive the final certification report?CorrectIncorrect
According to the Institute of Medicine, how many million U.S. adults have chronic sleep or wakefulness disorder?CorrectIncorrect
Project recertification requires which of the following:CorrectIncorrect