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Training Events

Western Lighting is committed to continuing education in Lighting & Energy Control. Here is a list of upcoming webinars and events including CEU.

If you do not have time to join a live webinar, no problem, we have you covered with our LIGHTFLIX On-Demand library.
Please note that we can create custom online training for your company.  Contact us today!

The Lighting Brand has just released another AIA .25 LU continuing education course that details the recent and important changes to the 2019 ASHRAE codes and standards. Below are further details about this course:

Program: Architecture, Design and Building Science

This course explores the latest updates to the lighting and lighting controls requirements defined by the ANSI/ASHRAE/IES Standard 90.1-2019, Energy Standard for Buildings Except for Low-Rise Residential Buildings. The changes include modified lighting power allowances, mandatory commissioning, new rules for modeling lighting systems, and updates to the requirements for side-lighting, daylight-responsive controls and lighting controls in parking garages.

To register, click here.

Join us for a 20-minute product training on Liteline lighting solutions for interior designers/decorators.

Who should attend? Interior Designers, Interior Decorators

Presenter: Liteline Team

To register, click here.

June 5 • Connected KBL High Bays - Uline Case Study

Live Webinar
8:00 am - 8:15 am (PST)

Please join us for this latest episode in the NEW! Cree Lighting eLearning Series. This is a LIVE online learning session that includes a 15-minute educational presentation plus 15 minutes of live Q&A. The topics vary from week to week and occur M-W-F at 11 am EDT.

Presenter: Cree Lighting Team

To register, click here.

What is "white" light? How is it defined? What is Duv? How can products with the same CCT appear different? What is color rendering, holistically, and what are the drawbacks of CRI? What is a multi-metric system and what is IES TM-30-18? What is IES TM-30 ANNEX E and how can we use it to specify light sources? These questions, and many more, will be addressed in this comprehensive talk about color science.

This session is designed for the lighting professional who finds it difficult to navigate the current state of color science and is looking to cut through the fog. This session will present technical information in an easy-to-digest manner and attendees will leave with a much stronger understanding of color science and associated metrics. Current trends in color science research will be discussed.

Presenter: Liteline Team

To register, click here.