INTRODUCTION TO LIGHTING
Introduction to Lighting was developed by Dan Blitzer, Principal of The Practical Lighting Workshop, and the Illuminating Engineering Society education team to provide a fast-paced and practical understanding of lighting vocabulary, equipment, regulations, and practices. No prior lighting experience is required.
The overall objective of the course is a broad introduction to the technology and practice of lighting with emphasis on recognizing and applying lighting principles and technical terminology.
- 1. Explore the physics and interaction of light and human vision.
- 2. Explain the key terminology and attributes of light source families and types.
- 3. Describe the attributes and applications of luminaires.
- 4. Describe the attributes and applications of lighting controls.
- 5. Identify the codes, regulations, and standards that govern and guide lighting practice.
- 6. Survey lighting economics and maintenance strategies.
WHO? Open to all: non-members, members. No previous lighting experience required.
WHAT? Course is 7 modules: 8 videos, 7 quizzes, and a certificate of completion. It takes 3 hours and 15 minutes to watch all videos. Plus the time to take quizzes.
PRICE: $150 for members, $200 for non-members (save $50 with a discount code from your local IES Section, use at checkout)