The Lighting Industry Academy in partnership with the Premium Light Pro project is offering a free one-day workshop with expert trainers that will help set you on your way to planning and implementing a successful indoor lighting upgrade.
Upgrading lighting in non-domestic premises offers a huge energy and cost saving opportunity for both individual businesses and our national energy demand as a whole.
Whether you are working towards ESOS or CRC compliance, or just looking to lower your organisation’s operating costs in general, switching to more efficient indoor lighting is a great way to contribute to this.
Selecting quality products, and ensuring the installation has appropriate design for the needs of the space is of paramount importance. Getting it right first time provides the best return on investment, and helps avoid maintenance issues down the line.
KEY INFORMATION :
|Workshop Location:||The LIA, Telford|
|Education Institution:||The Lighting Industry Academy|
|Delivery:||Teacher-led classroom learning|
|Intakes:||At specified dates|
|Workshop Provider:||The Lighting Industry Academy|
WHO IT IS FOR
This workshop is targeted at anyone involved in management or procurement for non-domestic lighting upgrades in the public or private sector.
Prior technical knowledge of lighting is not required; the course will cover both introductory and intermediate topics. It is suitable for architects, planners, installers, ESCOs, building managers, public procurement/local government employees, energy specialists/auditors/consultants, vendors/distributors, and SME owners.
- > An introduction to LED lighting and controls, and the savings possible
- > Understanding technical jargon and manufacturer data sheets
- > Design: the right light in the right place at the right time, and how best to use daylight
- > Procurement, quality, cost, and performance claims
- > Project funding information
The workshop includes tour of the LIA Laboratory.
The session also includes a copy of the Premium Light Pro consortium’s brochure on procurement criteria and design guidance.
HOW IT IS DELIVERED
Teacher led presentations and discussions in a classroom setting.
Workshop places are limited to 20 to ensure delegates get the most out of the day.
The course is delivered in partnership with the Energy Saving Trust under the Premium Light Pro project, which is providing training and guidance documents to assist the non-domestic sector in moving to quality, efficient lighting as part of a low-carbon transition.
One day: 9:30 am – 4:30 pm.
This workshop is not assessed.
The Lighting Industry Academy offers a wide portfolio of courses to suit learners of various levels to help improve their knowledge of a specific topic in lighting:
- > Energy Efficient Lighting (understanding LEDs and their energy saving benefits)
- > Standards and Legislation
- > Lighting Software (DIALux and Relux)
- > Emergency Lighting
HOW TO BOOK