The IBN Building Biology Consultant Course is now Live!

We are pleased to announce that the IBN Building Biology Consultant Course is now available for the first time to English speaking people throughout the world.

The Building Biology Association is a Partner Institute with the IBN (Institut für Baubiologie + Nachhaltigkeit) delivering this course for the first time in the UK.

The IBN Building Biology Consultant course is an online course that makes available a wealth of information regarding healthy buildings based on years of research and practical application by the IBN.

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On successful completion of the course (typically taken over a twelve month period), students will receive a CPD certificate from the IBN. To become a professionally-registered IBN Building Biology Consultant, students are required to additionally attend a series of face-to-face seminars (typically two blocks of three days) and successfully complete the IBN Building Biology Consultant written examination (held on the last day of the second block of seminars).

This is your chance to be part of a healthier and more sustainable future!

Click here to take advantage of a limited period introductory offer of 10% off!*


*As an introductory offer, the IBN Building Biology Consultant online course element is being delivered with a 10% discount, valid until the end of December 2016 (usually €2100).

Additionally, all students enrolled in the IBN Building Biology Consultant Course will receive a free one-year Supportership of the BBA – a saving of £75!

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