Fundamentals Series

103 Light Sources and Luminaires
Led by Eric Strandberg

This class will review existing legacy as well as modern LED light sources and luminaires. Participants will learn the major characteristics of modern LED light sources and luminaires and how to effectively select and specify them for projects.

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200 Level Classes

215 Communicating the Value Proposition for Networked Lighting Control Systems
Led by Armando Berdiel 

In this class, you will learn effective methods to help sell lighting controls through their value proposition for your next project.

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300 Level Classes

307 Networked Lighting Controls
1-Day, Hands-On Workshop
Led by Shaun Darragh

In this one-day, hands-on workshop, you will learn industry best practices and strategies, then apply them to an example project.

  • HELENA, MT Tue, Nov 19 | 8am - 4pm @ Great Northern Hotel CURRENTLY FULL!
  • BOISE, ID Thu, Dec 5 | 8am - 4pm @ Hampton Inn and Suites Boise/Spectrum
  • SPOKANE, WA Fri, Dec 13 | 8am - 4pm @ Avista Utilities – Mission Campus

 

308 Networked Lighting Controls
2-Day, Hands-On Workshop
Led by Shaun Darragh

In this two-day, hands-on workshop, you will learn industry best practices and strategies, then apply them to an example project. Using best practices, you will apply the knowledge you gained to design demonstration systems, and install and program the controls hardware of four industry leading manufacturers.

  • Done until 2020!

309 Networked Lighting Controls in Schools
Led by Armando Berdiel 

In this workshop, you will learn best practices and strategies, then apply them to an example project. Specific controls options will be demonstrated using simple to install and retrofit Networked Lighting Controls equipment.
  • SEATTLE Tue, Nov 5 | 8am - 12pm @ Lighting Design Lab

311 Light, Human Perception, and Health
Led by Shaun Darragh 

This class will introduce participants to some of the primary human physiological systems that are responsible for visual performance and non-visual response to light, and how we may use light to direct perception. 

  • SEATTLE Thu, Nov 14 | 1pm - 5pm @ Lighting Design Lab