Earn continuing education credits with Edison Price Lighting

Did you know that EPL offer the following free education courses in-person or online?

Designing with Advanced Luminaires (1 AIA HSW/NCQLP credit)
Join a free online presentation of this course on Monday, March 11th, 1:00 pm EST. Learn more.
Lighting Automation Impacts (1 AIA HSW credit)

LED as IoT (1 AIA HSW credit)
Art of Lighting (1 AIA HSW creditt)
Balancing Lighting Needs (1 AIA HSW credit)
AIA credits may be submitted for an NCQLP credit or engineering licensure credit.

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1 AIA HSW credit

Advanced luminaires enable interative, dynamic lighting design. This course details not only their capabilities, but their ideal applications. Learn the advanced color metric TM-30, and how to apply CCT and saturated color. Learn about the benefits of glare minimization and circadian rhythms, and how to use them for WELL certification. Learn beacons and LightID, and how to communicate with visitors. Together, colors, the WELL standard, beacons, and LightIDs can reshape lighting design.

** Join a free online presentation of this course on Monday, March 11th, 1:00pm – 2:00pm EST. Learn more.

1 AIA HSW credit

Regulations and voluntary programs require scheduling, syncing, and otherwise automating luminaires as never before. This course explores the capabilities of building and home automation systems, and how they may be programed to meet the needs of IECC, ASHRAE, Title 24, and LEED. This course explains how automation systems communicate, both via Zigbee and Bluetooth. Easy to connect and control, automated lighting can become the centerpiece of future designs.

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1 AIA HSW credit

The ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) era has arrived, with intelligent luminaires that can talk, listen, and think. Such capabilities promises unprecedented control…and confusion. Our LED as IoT course offers practical pros & cons, step-by-step guides, and real life applications.

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1 AIA HSW credit

Whether illuminating a museum, office, hotel, or more, your lighting design can become a work of art. The same artful techniques apply, regardless of industry. Our Art of Lighting course covers general lighting theory, common ‘dos and don’ts’, and real museum examples.

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1 AIA LU credit

Lighting design, and the fixtures themselves, must balance diverse and often conflicting needs, Our Balancing Lighting Needs course offers an easy step-by-step process, which considers the fixture’s features in relation to installation, aesthetic, maintenance, and price needs.

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