IES Intermediate Course: Quality Energy Efficient Lighting - Module 10 of 10
San Francisco - Pacific Energy Center
Wednesday, June 19, 2019 (5:30 PM - 8:30 PM)
his course, back by popular demand, is a repeat of the Intermediate Quality Energy Efficient Lighting course offered Feb. - April this year. It is 10-session course offered on 10 consecutive Wednesday evenings (5:30 - 8:30 pm, from April 17th - June 19th), and covers a range of intermediate level lighting topics for optimizing energy efficiency while maintaining quality in lighting. This is intended as a follow-up to the IES Fundamentals of Lighting course (offered each fall), or to another lighting fundamentals class where lighting topics and terms have been covered. The weekly meetings begin with a half hour networking opportunity, then a 2 to 2.5 hour class on a specific topic taught by an expert in that area. The class content includes: daylighting, sustainable lighting, and electricity for lighting practitioners. lighting economics, lighting maintenance, upgrading lighting systems in commercial and institutional spaces. lighting calculations and codes, standards and regulations. lighting controls and commissioning. Class size is limited to 25 people who meet the pre-requisites. Most of the costs of the class are covered by PG&E's Pacific Energy Center, and all IES course materials, hosting and venue are included. Registration is a two step process: pre-registration (pre-qualification), and registration for the course. The brief prerequisite registration form describes how you became familiar with lighting basics - what class, full course and/or work experience fulfills this requirement. Once you have submitted the pre-Reg form, you will be sent a link to complete registration. Pre-registration form: http://iessf.org/events/2018/12/20/intermediate-lighting-classes-4lph5 Course fee listed below, and covers all 10 sessions. The registration deposit will be refunded in full when a registrant completes the entire course and final evaluation: $100 Registration Deposit $40 IES Member or IES Emerging Professional $65 Non-IES Member Completion of the course earns 20 AIA LUs or 20 CEUs from IES.
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