BBNC ImageThis program will equip you with the comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the vitally unique Building Biology-based, state-of-the-art, scientific methods and practices for designing, building/renovating, and equipping (furnishings and finishes) a dwelling for living and/or working that supports human health and wellness. Your learning will include protocols for vetting materials that convey into a completed structure toxic contributors that adversely affect (due to their manufacturing methods and content) human health, and for identifying and specifying construction processes that do not implement nor exacerbate such harmful threats and effects upon the structure's occupants. This program also examines the potential and value of Building Biology principles on the larger community/city planning level.

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Tuition$4,970.00: Click here to pay (you'll be prompted to login or to create a free IBE account)
Room & Board$1,875.00: Click here to pay (you'll be prompted to login or to create a free IBE account)

Your professional certification studies will be comprised of one 5-day and two 4-day seminars (the 4-day pods will be held back-to-back with a 1-day break in-between), and our mentored correspondence course: IBE 101, Natural Healthy Buildings. Upon completion of these requirements, you will undertake a Final Project that is designed to demonstrate and confirm your grasp and mastery of Building Biology's three sustaining pillars (Natural Healthy Building Products, Indoor Air & Water Quality, Electromagnetic Radiation) as they apply to prevention by means of informed design and construction practices that install and help maintain a health-supporting built environment.

The elements of this program, depending on whether you undertake only those sessions that are of keenest interest to you or you proceed fully to IBE professional certification, convey up to 235 Continuing Education Units (AIA, ACAC, InterNACHI). Architects, builders, interior designers, engineers, and city planners are encouraged to enroll in this program; also encourage to enroll (in whole or in part) are homeowners who wish to acquire the means to convey the vital urgency of Building Biology principles to their chosen design/build/remodel professionals.