A Healthy Home for a Healthy Life

This course will teach you about many aspects of building biology, including risk factors in our living spaces, how to recognize, avoid, or reduce them, and the basic tools needed to create a healthy indoor climate.

Who will benefit from this course: Everyone interested in a living space that promotes health and well-being, especially building professionals such as architects, interior designers, engineers, and more. Clients will appreciate when you not only advise on aesthetics, comfort, and functionality, but also prioritize their health and well-being. Homeowners will also find this training valuable, learning how to enhance the health and well-being of themselves and their loved ones. Health care professionals will benefit too, as they often encounter patients with vague complaints. Lifestyle changes may help, but if they don’t, considering the living environment could be beneficial.

In eight online classes, you will explore various aspects of building biology and receive guidelines on creating a healthy living environment. Topics include optimizing the indoor climate, addressing chemical pollutants introduced through building materials, furniture, and finishes. Learn how to effectively avoid and manage biological pollutants such as molds, bacteria, and yeasts. Additionally, gain insights into dealing with physical pollutants including electromagnetic pollution, noise, and the quality of light.

Above all, it’s crucial to cultivate a mindset as a building biologist. This mindset is essential for enhancing the built environment in ways that transform your home into a haven for health and wellness, rather than being a source of illnesses and stress.

We look forward to welcoming you to the course:

“A Healthy Home for a Healthy Life.”

The cost of this course is ₹4500.
The number of available spots is limited, and acceptance will be on a first-come basis.
To enrol, please use this form:

The course from 18 September onwards is cancelled. There will be another course from 27 November until 21 December. Use the form to register for this course.