Due to the recent developments of COVID-19 and to respect the health and safety of our community, please know that this event has been postponed until further notice. Please stay tuned to our website and your email for updates. Thank you!

  • Are you committed to placing health and wellness at the center of your designs?
  • Interested in earning your WELL Accredited Professional credentials?
  • Want to kick-off your studying for the WELL exam and earn 8 GBCI credits?

Join IIDA NE for a one-day intensive Exam Prep Course, led by a USGBC Certified Representative, where you will be provided with the information you will need to sit the WELL AP exam. Study materials will be distributed during the class. Lunch is provided.

Bonus! A follow up study discussion session will be scheduled for participants to have their questions answered by a WELL AP and recent exam taker. Air, Water, Nourishment, Light, Fitness, Comfort, Mind and Innovation are the key elements of the WELL Building Standard – the focus of all of these is on the people in the building. As green building standards have evolved, human health and well being have moved to the forefront of building practices that are not only better for the planet, but also for people. The WELL building standard marries best practices in design and construction with evidence-based health and wellness interventions. You will learn how to implement strategies, programs and technologies to encourage healthy, more active lifestyles and reduce occupant exposure to harmful chemicals and pollutants in the built environment. For further information, please click here.  Space is Limited to 30 - secure your spot and register today!


Saturday, April 4, 2020
8:30 - 9:00 a.m. Registration
9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Prep Course


200 State Street #400
Boston, MA 02109


IIDA Members: Free
Non-Members: $100


Contact Jessica at [email protected]

Why the extra $3?

One Bill at a Time is a campaign to raise awareness and resources for Interior Design Advocacy in the New England Region. By adding three dollars to each event hosted by IIDA NE, we remind ourselves that advancing our profession is the core mission of our Organizations and, with small individual contributions throughout our community, we can make a large impact*.

*At the conclusion of each calendar year, all funds raised will be distributed to New England states with active advocacy initiatives in direct proportion to the percent of Chapter membership residing in each state. We dedicate this campaign to the individuals that achieved interior design legislation in New England states and paved the way for the future of our profession, One Bill at a Time.

Please note: audience photographs and/or video may be taken at this event. By nature of your attendance, you are granting permission for your image, voice and likeness to be used for marketing purposes.