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Designing a Healthy Home

Designing a Healthy Home

“This is all of the information I wish I was taught to help my patients with asthma, allergies, autism and chronic fatigue syndrome when I was studying to become a naturopath” Nicole Bijlsma

Designing a Healthy Home Course

The Design a Healthy Home course is a 24 week online program that consists of two subjects – Building Materials and Building Design (total 240 hours) and provides the knowledge and the skills to assess a building material’s impact on human health, indoor air quality, including analysis of toxic vapours, radioactivity and its impact on the electroclimate of the home.

The building biology principles that underpin good building design are described with a focus on suitable designs for temperate, hot humid and arid climates. Upon successful completion, students will receive a nationally accredited Statement of Attainment. The units of competence for this course form part of the Advanced Diploma of Building Biology (10194NAT).

Course Information

For more information on the Design a Healthy Home course, click here.