This course will enable you to prepare for WELL AP Accredited professional and pass the international WELL exam.
Course structured in 13 sections :
Section 1 to 10 are video lectures
Section 11 to 13 include course study resources .
you do not need any additional resources to pass the exam , WELL reference standard (249) pages is the sole study reference. Please read the instructions and explanation of how you will study the resources ..i.e . what is for study and what is for reading , study briefs. .Flash cards...etc..
About The WELL Accredited Professional (WELL AP)
GBCI officially added the WELL AP credential to the suite of WELL Building Standard® managed by International WELL Building Institute (IWBI),
The WELL AP signifies advanced knowledge in human health and wellness in the built environment, and specialization in the WELL Building Standard.
To become a WELL AP, all candidates must pass the WELL AP exam.
The exam was developed using GBCI’s rigorous test development best practices, and is based on the expertise of leading building industry practitioners, academic researchers and physicians in the field of design, health and wellness in the built environment.
It’s designed to test a candidate’s understanding of the principles, practices and applications of the WELL Building Standard.
Eligibility Requirements GBCI recommends that you have exposure to concepts around health and wellness in the built environment through educational courses,
To be eligible for the WELL AP credential, you must:
a. Be 18 years of age or older
b. Agree to the Disciplinary and Exam Appeals Policy.
EXAM development :
The exam assesses your abilities at three cognitive levels:
Recall, Application and Analysis.
• Recall Questions: These questions assess your ability to recall factual material described in the exam references.
• Application Questions: These questions provide you with a novel problem or scenario to solve using familiar principles or procedures described in the exam references.
• Analysis Questions: These questions assess your ability to break the problem down into its components to create a solution. You must recognize the different elements of the problem, and also evaluate the relationship or interactions of these elements
The WELL AP exam contains 100 multiple choice questions and is delivered in a two-hour period.
The exam has scored questions and unscored questions.
All questions are placed randomly throughout the exam and candidates are not informed of a question’s status, so you should respond to all questions on the exam.
Unscored questions are used to gather data regarding how the question performs. This data informs the use of the question on future exams.
WELL professional credential
Becoming WELL AP.
Program Instructor : Ashraf Elghetany
Sustainability Manager, LEED AP , WELL AP, EDGE Expert, Green Star.