This latest course from the ILP is for street lighting engineers old and new, asset managers, trainees, apprentices and all those involved in street lighting maintenance.
The new online BS5489 Good Practice course is now available for those involved in road lighting design and policy makers.
Artificial light provides many benefits but if not properly considered, designed and installed can result in a range of issues including but not limited to obtrusive light, sky glow, adverse effects on fauna and flora and potentially be a legal nuisance.
The Fundamental Lighting Electrical Course has joined our online training platform and covers basic electrical practices and principles for outdoor lighting schemes, and other electrical street furniture.
The ILP has listened to the ongoing needs of our members and wider professional community by developing an online platform to deliver training courses normally delivered in face-to-face environments.
Today at our Lighting United event, we announced our online training platform and launched two brand new Professional Guidance Notes.
The ILP confirmed today that it is planning online events and training throughout 2020, and will launch it’s autumn plan at the Institution’s online AGM day, Lighting United, on 9 September.
Asset managers and street lighting engineers can benefit from an online training course on the ILP GN22 ATOMS document, and column safety.
We are pleased to release the new training dates for 2020.
The ILP have partnered with Engineers Ireland to deliver the ILP Fundamental Lighting Course in Dublin.
ELD Module C content includes specialist architectural, amenity and public realm lighting design, reports and strategies.