IWBI | WELL AP

The WELL Accredited Professional (WELL AP) credential signifies knowledge in human health and wellness in the built environment, and specialization in the WELL Building Standard. The exam is based on the expertise of leading practitioners in the field of design, health and wellness in the built environment. Learn more about the WELL AP, download a free 30-day study plan, or attend a WELL AP meet-up.

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International WELL Building Institute Announces the WELL AP Exam is Now Online
The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) announced today that the WELL AP (accredited professional) exam is now available online. The WELL AP credential denotes expertise in the WELL Building Standard (WELL) and a commitment to advancing...

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What's New in WELL v2: Nourishment

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WELL Tip: How to Create WELL Documentation
As a project administrator or WELL team member, you may be wondering how to create WELL compliant documentation, what constitutes a high-quality document and how to communicate this information to other team members. To help you start the process, we’ve compiled everything you need to know on generating and submitting WELL documentation.

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What's New with WELL v2: Movement
Physical activity is widely known to decrease the risk of countless chronic diseases including heart disease, diabetes, obesity and some forms of cancer. It also has a powerful impact on quality of life, mental health and well-being.

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WELL Tip: Key Strategies for Making the Business Case for WELL
There are many ways to advocate for WELL Certification and no one-size-fits-all recipe for success. Formulating the right messaging and pitching different audience groups requires a great deal of research, creativity and customization. Wondering where to begin? We’ve put together a getting started guide with our top strategies, tools and resources to make it easier for you.

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IWBI Launches WELL v2™
Launched worldwide and celebrated with fanfare in New York, Beijing, London and Sydney, the International WELL Building Institute™ (IWBI™) unveiled the WELL v2™ pilot, the next version of its pioneering WELL Building Standard™, the first rating system to focus exclusively on the impacts of buildings on human health and wellness.

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International WELL Building Institute Announces New Global Market Partners to Accelerate Promotion of Buildings That Help People Thrive
The International WELL Building Institute™ (IWBI™) today announced new market partners with several green building councils and other key organizations, marking an important milestone in the shared global mission to transform buildings to actively promote human health and wellness. Each organization is working with IWBI within their respective markets to accelerate the uptake of building practice that helps improve the health and wellness of people everywhere.

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IWBI WELL Tip: Navigating Preconditions for the Light Concept
Have you ever approached a WELL precondition and wondered where to begin? Not to fret - we’ve launched a Navigating preconditions series to help project teams get started incorporating a number of preconditions from different WELL concepts into their project’s design and policies.

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IWBI™ and APTA VITAE Trust Join Forces to Advance the WELL Building Standard™ in Italy
The International WELL Building Institute™ (IWBI™) and APTA VITAE Trust today announced a collaboration to advance health and wellness in buildings and communities in Italy through the WELL Building Standard™ (WELL™). The aim of the collaboration is to foster awareness among Italian and Mediterranean stakeholders of the importance of healthy buildings and to facilitate the adoption of WELL in Italy.

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Top 5 Takeaways from the Water #WELLography
The Institute of Medicine recommends adults consume 2.7 to 3.7 L of water (through a combination of beverages and food) to offset the amount of water that leaves the body through respiration, perspiration, and excretion, thereby preventing dehydration and its adverse health effects. However, it has been estimated that almost 30% of American adults are inadequately hydrated.

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