Health, Materials & Water
The human and resource elements of our built environment have never been more important. This is your chance to hone in on the latest health trends currently taking center stage in the high performance home market.
This course provides an in-depth look at the rationale for designing and building a healthy indoor environment while conserving natural resources. Participants will explore various health implications associated with design, material selection, and construction methods. Innovative water conservation strategies and construction waste management strategies with also be analyzed. Most importantly, successful integration of these strategies will be emphasized during activities, course discussions, and site visits to two high performance home projects.
- Day 1: Guest speaker presentation
- Day 2: Two site visits to certified green homes
Questions? Contact Heather Kendall at firstname.lastname@example.org or (503) 968-7160 x20.
- Document health risks in a home and list healthy and efficient alternatives to traditional materials and technologies.
- Analyze various building materials using various green criteria and identify local and regional sources for optimum material selection.
- Practice a holistic materials approach concerning health and life cycle assessment.
- Explore strategies to improve water conservation both within a home and on site, and to optimize a site’s stormwater management.
CEs & Cost
AIA: 14 LU/HSW
BPI: 7 units
CCB: 14 CEs
OCHI: 14 CEs
OR Real Estate Agency: 14 CEs
OR Appraiser (ACLB): 14 CEs
EA Broker Renewal: 14 CEs
AGA Renewal: 14 CEs
$275 | General Admission
*Energy Trust Trade Ally Reimbursements may apply.
Want to learn more? This Health, Materials & Water course forms Module 5 of our interactive 6-month Sustainable Homes Professional (SHP) accreditation course.