CEDIA’s two-day Lighting Design Package will take place on Tuesday 17 and Wednesday 18 May 2016, hosted at AWE’s HQ in Epsom.

Recognising the importance and increased market demand for lighting design and energy conserving solutions, CEDIA offers this two-day Lighting Design Package to help installers offer the best application of lighting to clients.

Day one: Introduction to Lighting Fundamentals

Day one will take students through the theory of lighting and the science behind the ‘art’ of lighting before moving onto more practical sessions.

In accordance with current electrical standards, attendees will test different dimming control types, including resistive dimming, LED, DALI and DMX.

Focusing on the technical aspects of lighting, this course is recommended for engineers and designers new to lighting control.

Day two: Residential Lighting Control

Building on the lighting fundamentals discussed on day one, day two provides a more in-depth understanding on lighting.

Residential Lighting Control is aimed at developing installation engineers and designers who already have a basic understanding of lighting control.

The session will focus on the practical applications of lighting control in the residential market, including common pitfalls to avoid, different types of dimming available and regulation and safety standards – BS7671 and Part L compliance.

Using hands-on sessions, CEDIA aims that attendees will leave this course with a strong understanding of the complete technical solution for lighting control systems.

The full Lighting Design Package is open to both CEDIA members at £360.00 including VAT and non-members at £510.00 including VAT. Attendees will also receive lunch and daytime refreshments.

For those who are unable to attend both days, participants can book Introduction to Lighting Fundamentals or Residential Lighting Control separately at a price of £202.80 including VAT for CEDIA members and £286.80 including VAT for non-members.

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