The Economics of Biophilic Design
Description: This course examines the economic argument in favor of biophilic design using case studies from five sectors; workplaces, healthcare, education, retail and built communities. Research from neuroscience and endocrinology show the crucial role that experiencing nature has for our physiological wellbeing. The research involving biophilic design and its impact on human health, productivity and behavior are described and the potential for cost savings or increased revenue to the five sectors is summarized.
Becoming a GPGB Registered Trainer gives you the authority to present architects, designers and building managers with 1 hour of CEU credit after they attend your presentation.
Time: Tuesday, July 16, 2019, 8:00 am- 11:00 am
Part A: Instruction in presenting the CEU course and PowerPoint.
Part B: Registered Trainer Marketing & Administrative Requirements (Current Registered Trainers are welcome to audit this portion of the training for a free refresher.)