Wednesday, 6 July 2016

G&S to Launch Building Biology Consultant Course at 2016 AECB ADAPT Conference

Gale & Snowden Architects are pleased to announce that they will be launching the English-speaking online IBN Building Biology Consultant Course at this year's AECB ADAPT Annual Conference.

The launch will take place at a one-hour workshop, which will cover the content of the course and explain how participants can become qualified IBN Building Biology Consultants. Following the workshop, Tomas and David from Gale & Snowden will be available to discuss course admission on a one-to-one basis.

This year's AECB ADAPT Annual Conference is held on the 15th and 16th July at the University of East Anglia's Enterprise Centre, one of the most sustainable buildings in Europe. The IBN Building Biology Consultant Course workshop will be presented at 12:30 on Saturday 16th July.

For those interested in taking the IBN Building Biology Course there will be the opportunity for participants to sign up after the workshop. If you can't wait until then, you can sign up online through the Building Biology Association, by clicking here.

Since 1977, the IBN Building Biology Consultant Course has been at the core of the ZFU-approved training program to become an IBN Building Biology Consultant. The main mission of the program is to educate and promote competence in the field of healthy, sustainable, and holistic building practices in living and work environments, as well as promoting natural lifestyles.

Available in the UK for the first time, and aimed at homeowners, students, and construction and medical professionals, the eagerly anticipated IBN Building Biology Consultant Course is fully accredited by the Institute of Building Biology + Sustainability, or Institut für Baubiologie + Nachhaltigkeit (IBN).

The online course provides an interdisciplinary educational opportunity for building professionals such as architects, engineers, technicians, tradespeople, staff members of construction companies, building material manufacturers and suppliers, housing agencies, building management companies, as well as (environmental medicine) health care professionals, but also for homeowners and students from e.g. technical colleges.

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