Continuing Education

WELL AP 6 CE Hour Package

Includes 6 Required WELL Specific Hours

Course List

6 courses

  • WELL Format Refresher

    1.0 Hour Course WELL Specific| LEED General | AIA (HSW)

  • Six Case Studies: Core and Shell, and Interiors
    • 1.0 Hour Course WELL Specific| LEED General | AIA (HSW)
  • Active Furnishings

    1.0 Hour Course WELL Specific| LEED General | AIA (HSW)

  • Early Adopters and Success Tips

    1.0 Hour Course WELL Specific| LEED General | AIA (HSW)

  • Fitness Opportunities

    1.0 Hour Course WELL Specific| LEED General | AIA (HSW)

  • 2017 WELL Updates and Beyond
    • 1.0 Hour Course WELL Specific| LEED General | AIA (HSW)

WELL CE Overview

GBES is proud to provide a complete WELL Continuing Education solution! Our WELL CE has been approved by GBCI/IWBI for WELL-specific hours and also doubles as AIA CEUs.

As a WELL AP, you need 30 CE Hours every two years (similar to the LEED requirements). Six (6) of those hours have to be WELL-specific. Then, the other hours can be general. Now, with your general hours, you may find helpful overlap for LEED credentials, too. General CE hours are defined as activities that are relevant to general green building concepts such as environmental sustainability or human health and wellness, but not specific to any rating system or standard.

All GBCI credential holders must earn all general CE hours to maintain their credential, and any activity which counts as general CE hours for one credential, can count for the others as long as the hours were completed during the credential holder’s reporting period.

What's Included?

  • Six WELL Case Studies
  • WELL Early Adopters + Success Tips
  • Fitness: Features 65, 66, & 70 (equipment, safety, structured opportunities, and incentives)
  • WELL Addendum Updates + WELL v2 Preview
  • Active Furnishings
  • WELL Format Refresher

WELL Specific Topics

IWBI and GBCI require WELL-specific CE Courses to cover updates to the WELL Building Standard and/or:

Air: Strategies that promote clean air by reducing sources of indoor air pollution.

Water: Strategies that promote safe and clean water through filtration techniques and regular testing.

Nourishment: Strategies to promote better eating habits and food culture.

Light: Strategies to minimize disruption of the body’s circadian system, support sleep quality, and provide visual acuity through lighting.

Fitness: Strategies that integrate physical activity into everyday life and discourage sedentary behavior.

Comfort: Strategies that create distraction-free, productive, and comfortable indoor environments.

Mind: Strategies that provide a physical environment that optimizes cognitive and emotional health.

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