Energy Efficient & Effective Lighting Systems

Course Overview

Artificial lighting is a fundamental part of our expectations for living, working and travelling on a daily basis. It is something that is taken for granted and for the most part lighting only becomes an issue when we are left in darkness. The Energy Efficient & Effective Lighting Programme will endeavour to give the delegate a better understanding of artificial lighting and thereby empower them to identify opportunities where lighting schemes may be upgraded to provide a more energy efficient and effective solution in their workplace.

Course Objectives & Benefits

Learning objectives

  • Understand the basic characteristics of light
  • Recognise inefficient lighting installations.
  • Understand the environmental, cost and other benefits of energy efficient and effective lighting installations.
  • Enable the delegate to design and propose energy efficient lighting and controls solutions.
  • Estimate energy cost savings and calculate payback periods.

Benefits of attending this course? 

  • Reduce energy costs
  • Reduce carbon emissions and environmental impacts
  • Meet environmental targets and legal requirements
  • Build awareness and understanding of best practice lighting design & control

Course Programme

Course Programme

  • Brief History of Artificial Lighting
  • Lighting characteristics and terminologies
  • Lamps, Lamp Types and Lamp Characteristics
  • Luminaires
  • Ballasts
  • Controls
  • Lighting Regulations
  • Accelerated Capital Allowance
  • Lighting Design Process & Tools

More Info

Which course is best for you?

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Dates

Duration:    1 Day

Cost:           €795.00  

Location:    Limerick  

Venue:        Portal House, Raheen Business Park

Dates:         19 June 2012  

Times:         9.00am – 5.00pm

Who Should Attend

This Course is designed for Engineers, technicians and managers (from both engineering and non engineering backgrounds), who have a responsibility or interest in energy reduction opportunities

Course Requirements

None