WELL AP Exam Prep Workshop - Washington, D.C.


We’re not designing places to live. We’re designing how we live.

Learn to leverage your design talents to foster healthier lives by becoming a WELL Accredited Professional (AP). Earned by passing a rigorous exam, the WELL AP credential denotes your commitment to advancing human health and wellness in buildings and communities. The ASID WELL AP Exam Prep Workshop will position you for success on your path to becoming a WELL AP. Learn more about WELL AP.

This intensive, one day workshop will help you master the WELL Building Standard v.1, the seven WELL concepts, and the WELL certification process, pinpointing key content covered on the exam. We will deconstruct each concept and its features, and provide a detailed and efficient approach to prepare you to sit for the exam. You’ll develop your personalized study plan as you go along, identifying trouble spots and content areas requiring more focus, and will walk out of the workshop ready to implement your plan with connections to your peers to help keep you on task.

The WELL AP workshop will provide:

  • In-depth knowledge of WELL AP exam components, including format and distribution of content across questions
  • A better understanding of how to implement WELL concepts, features, and optimizations in projects to set you up for success as a WELL AP designer
  • Insights from the design of the WELL and LEED Platinum certified ASID Headquarters, with stories and examples to put the concepts and features in a real-world context
  • Tools and resources for self-study and further preparation, including practice tests and your personalized study plan
  • Connections to a network of your peers to facilitate studying

Choose your option to prepare for success:

  • ASID WELL-Faculty Led Workshop Only: Includes workshop registration and ASID personalized study plan.
    • $399 ASID Member
    • $499 Non-Member


  • ASID WELL-Faculty Led Workshop Bundle: Bundle and save! Includes workshop registration, WELL AP exam registration, ATP exam prep eTextbook, IWBI study plan, and ASID personalized study plan ($1,354 value).
    • $999 ASID Member
    • $1,099 Non-Member

Date and Time

8:00 AM – 5:00 PM


900 17th St NW
Suite 200
Washington, DC 20006
United States



The WELL AP Exam Prep Workshops will be led by leaders in human health and wellness in the built environment. This select group of ASID members bring a unique perspective and can clearly illustrate the role of the design community in implementing the WELL Building Standard®. The Washington, D.C. Prep Workshop will be led by Jill Pable, FIDEC, ASID, WELL AP. 



Jill Pable is a practicing interior designer who took on the challenge of academia in 2000 and has been a professor at Florida State University since 2005. She recently founded Design Resources for Homelessness, Inc., an online nonprofit that strives to address the homelessness issue by providing resources for designers to create quality facilities for persons in need. This project was funded in part by a grant from the ASID Foundation.

Pable has been an active member of IDEC, serving as Past National President, and her ASID involvement has been with students and focus groups at the national level. Her leadership perspective is research-based and inclusive. She is currently an at-large director on ASID’s national board of directors.

Tracy has had the pleasure of contributing through knowledge leadership at Living Future, USGBC, Clean MED, Core NET, Material and Health Summit in 2013 and 2014, and Greenbuild’s Master Series in 2012. Her passion for community has taken her beyond the office to remote locations in Honduras. For the past seven years she has been volunteering with in-country communities, clinics, Living Waters for the World, and local churches to provide a basic need – clean water. Part of a small team of five, she has improved the lives of over 10,000 people in Honduras to date with water purification and educational programs surrounding the importance of health and wellness by providing access to clean water.

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