Our full-day WELL AP exam prep workshop is designed to prepare you to pass the WELL AP exam with confidence, earning the new WELL Accredited Professional credential. The workshop will provide an in-depth review of the seven key concepts within the WELL Standard including:
In addition to delivering the material in a clear and concise format, this workshop presents the types of questions that are asked on the exam so you know what and how to study. We review example scenarios from WELL projects to help you better understand and remember the material while giving you an opportunity to put the concepts to practice.
One of the best ways to prepare for any test is to work through sample questions. Our workshops conclude with an in-class practice exam and a take-home exam that accurately reflect the types of questions you'll see on the test. Included as part of the training, participants receive a comprehensive WELL AP Study Guide that covers all of the important material and allows you to follow the outline of the course.
Senior Vice President of Project & Development Services, Cushman & Wakefield
Alex Spilger has worked on over 100 diverse green building projects with high profile clients such as Google, Salesforce, Skype, Square, GoPro, and the Wharton School of Business among others.
He has taught over 300 green building workshops across the globe through organizations, including USGBC, American Institute of Architects (AIA), Sustainable Building Advisors Program and the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He also developed curriculum for UC Berkeley where he teaches a six-week Green Building Project Management course. He is one of the first professionals in California to earn the WELL Faculty designation and also is a WELL AP, a LEED AP with specialties in BD+C, ID+C & EBOM.
Spilger holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from UCLA. When not advising on green building projects or facilitating workshops, Alex can be found surfing the cold waters of Bolinas, cycling up Mt. Tam, and playing guitar on his deck in Fairfax where he makes his home.