This two day seminar, immediately following our 2012 Conference in Washington, DC, will explore the physics of buildings, in the context of Building Biology, and examine how to best design and build new buildings, and rectify existing structures in any climate. This workshop is designed to be meaningful and informative for all certified Building Biologists, and especially for building inspectors and design and building professionals.
Attendance at this program will convey sixteen CEUs (Continuing Education Credits) approved by AIA and ACAC, and is strongly recommended for BBECs who've never taken the current 213 class; this program will also extend credit toward the new architects and builders certification track (BBBC) that IBE has planned for launch in 2013.
16 & 17 October 2012 (Monday & Tuesday)
Enroll for this seminar only (using the "Individual Pricing" drop-down menu), or save 30% by enrolling to attend this seminar plus all or part of our 2012 Conference (using the "Package Pricing" drop-down menu).
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