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The Building Biology course requires you to attend two one-week on campus training programs in order to fulfil the practical component of the course. This involves the following subjects: Air Sampling, Electrobiology, Mould Testing and Research Methods. These on-campus training programs are offered once per year in Melbourne, Australia. Mould testing is also available in Sydney. The Melbourne venue is a ten minute walk from the Nunawading train station on the Lilydale/Belgrave train line. Contact the college for a list of accomodation places close to the venue. 

Melbourne on-campus training module (May 2018)

Prerequisites: 

Students must complete the Air Pollution and Electricity Fundamentals subjects online to be eligible to attend the Air Sampling and Electrobiology subjects respectively.

Dates:

Electrobiology: Saturday 26th to Monday 28th May (9.30am to 5pm) and Tuesday 29th May (9.30am to 12pm)
Air Sampling: Tuesday 29th May (1.30 to 5pm) and Wednesday 30th May to Friday 1st June (9.30am to 5pm)
Geobiology (Elective): Friday 1st June (6.30 to 9pm) and Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd June (9.30am to 5pm)

Time:

9.30am to 5pm

Venue:

Nunawading. Victoria. Australia (Lilydale/Belgrave train line)

Melbourne on-campus training module (August 2018)

Prerequisites:

Students must complete the Air Pollution subject online in order to be eligible to attend the Air Sampling subject.

Dates:

Mould Testing: Saturday 25th to Tuesday 28th August
Research Methods: Wednesday 29th to Friday 31st August

Time:

9.30am to 5pm

Venue:

Nunawading. Victoria. Australia (Lilydale/Belgrave train line)