10 May What is Building Biology
Originating from Germany, Building Biology is a science that provides a holistic examination of the built environment and provides realistic solutions to create buildings that support the mind, body and soul. These hazards include everything from the products we use to air, water and biological contaminants (mould) as well as electromagnetic fields and geopathic stress.
WHAT DOES A BUILDING BIOLOGIST DO?
A Building Biologist is typically employed to conduct everything from electromagnetic field testing; air sampling for allergens, chemicals and particulates; provide advice on building healthy homes; provide recommendations on water filters; conduct pre-inspection audits; provide advice on healthy personal care and cleaning products and to identify and address geopathic stress. For more information Find a building biologist.
WHERE CAN I LEARN TO BECOME A BUILDING BIOLOGIST?
Nationally accredited training is available at the Australian College of Environmental Studies. Flexible delivery means you can learn at any time, anywhere in the world. The comprehensive manuals, videos of the lectures and access to a trainer enables you to learn the material in your own time, at your own pace. Building Biology students will be required to attend two one week workshops in Melbourne in order to complete the practical component of the course. For more detail click here.
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