Stay Connected While Working from Home and Earn CEU Credits with Liteline

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March 23, 2020

Liteline is hosting 20 minute product training on Mondays and Wednesdays, and for CEU courses on Fridays to complete your CEU requirements by June and to keep your mind fresh while you practice social distancing. 

PRODUCT TRAINING TIME: 11:00 AM or 2:00 PM EST on Mon. & Wed.
CEU WEBINAR: 11:00 AM EST on Friday’s

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Week One Schedule:

WEDNESDAY MARCH 25th:
Transforming Troffers

​Audience: agents, architects, engineers, interior designers, lighting designers
Presenter: Liteline Team

OAA STRUCTURED CEU: FRIDAY MARCH 27th:
Developing Lighting Concepts: To Light or Not to Light

​Audience: Architects, Engineers, Interior Designers
Presenter: Deborah Gottesman, P.Eng., MBA, LC, Assoc.IALD
Principal of Gottesman Associates – an award-winning architectural lighting design firm

Lighting layouts are not the same as lighting design. Quality lighting design begins with concept development – a form of programming for the visual environment that considers many elements such as perception, contrast, and visibility. This seminar outlines the steps taken on various diverse projects to address those essentials and create the desired mood, atmosphere, and functionality. The case studies span different sectors, from heritage to retail to residential, and identify the range of challenges that good design can help overcome, with many universal lessons.

At the end of the seminar, attendees will:
1. appreciate the link between the overall project goals and the ultimate lighting layout,
2. grasp what it means to light with intention, and
3. understand the critical stages where lighting design fits into the overall project design process.

Week Two Schedule:

MONDAY MARCH 30th: What the Track?

​Audience: All
Presenter: Liteline Team

WEDNESDAY APRIL 1ST: KLICK in depth

​Audience: Agents, Lighting Designers, Architects, Engineers, Electrical Distributors
Presenter: Liteline Team

AIA CEU: FRIDAY APRIL 3rd: Dimming LED Fixtures

​Audience: Agents/Reps, Architects, Engineers, Lighting Designers
Presenter: Daniel Silverstein, Principal of Liteline

This presentation will provide insight into how dimming works as well as the challenges and solutions of dimming LEDs. More specifically, essential information on both forward and reverse phase control, the importance of LED drivers, and much more. You will gain significant knowledge of the inner workings and importance of choosing the right LED driver for their dimming system solution.

In this course you will learn:
1. Differentiate the different classes of dimmers
2. Understand how phase-cut dimmers work
3. Explain how a dimmable LED driver operates
4. Recognize potential conflicts before they happen
5. Identify best practices for matching controls, fixture types and applications

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