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    IDC Seminar: All About Lighting 

    Registration Deadline: Friday, February 3, 2012

    IDC's All About Lighting offers three seminars about quality lighting and lighting design, innovations in lighting technologies, and healthy lighting for aging eyes. This day of seminars includes lunch.

    Part #1: Quality Lighting and the Lighting Design Process

    Lighting design has evolved well beyond product specifications and lighting calculations. A great lighting design turns the science of lighting into a work of art. The IESNA (Illuminating Engineering Society of North America) has a formal system for considering a wide-range of lighting design criteria. By taking into account the critical issues in each space and melding the aesthetic aspects, the designs can be fabulous to look at while maintaining comfort and functionality.

    Joanne Emer LC, Program Supervisor, Philips-Canlyte's Lighting Concept Centre, LC (Lighting Certified) by NCQLP (National Qualifications for the Lighting Profession), Member of IESNA (Illuminating Engineering Society of North America).
    Joanne is a Certified Lighting Facilitator with Canlyte. She has worked in various facets of the Lighting Industry for the past 10 years. In her role as Program Supervisor of the Canlyte's Lighting Concept Centre, Joanne coordinates specifier programs and delivers seminars on topics such as lighting applications and new lighting technologies. Joanne is an active member of the Toronto IES Section and is currently on the Board of Managers. She previously held the role of IES Toronto Communications Chair in 2009 and 2010, as well as being on the Light Canada Committee.

     Part #2:  Lighting Technologies

    Providing light for visual tasks to maximizing visibility and save energy begins with choosing the right lamp source or lamp/ballast system. One must recognize the lighting needs and solutions available, taking into consideration the constant evolution of both Fluorescent and LED lamp technologies. How do these lamps work? Learn to identify the right lamp for any given application.

    Tom Butters LC, Sr. Manager, Philips-Canlyte's Lighting Concept Centre, LC (Lighting Certified) by NCQLP (National Qualifications for the Lighting Professions), Member of IESNA (Illuminating Engineering Society of North America).
    Tom is a Certified Lighting Facilitator with Canlyte since 1997. Tom has made numerous lighting application presentations for ARIDO and the IESNA as well as day-to-day seminars at Canlyte's Lighting Concept Centre. Tom is the Education Chairman of Toronto's IES Section and a 2011 winner of IES Toronto's Mentorship Award.

    Part #3: Healthy Lighting for Senior Living

    As we age, the physical and aesthetic manners in which we see are altered. A mature eye requires more light to function while being increasingly sensitive to glare. This session will discuss some of the physiologies of this change and explore avenues to address these changes through institutional, commercial and residential applications. Awareness, empathy and knowledge are the keys to lighting solutions for the aging eye.

    Janine Mighton LC, Lighting Communication Manager, Philips-Canlyte, LC (Lighting Certified) by NCQLP (National Qualifications for the Lighting Professions), Member of IESNA (Illuminating Engineering Society of North America
    Janine is a Certified Lighting Facilitator with Canlyte. She has been with Canlyte since 2007. In her capacity of Lighting Communications Manager, Janine has travelled the country delivering lighting application seminars. Previous to Canlyte, Janine worked as a Lighting Designer with Mighton Engineering.



    LocationPhilips-Canlyte Lighting Concept Centre, 160 Pears Avenue, Suite 300, Toronto, Ontario, M5R 3P8 (Map)
    Date & Time

    Thursday, February 9, 2012.

    Registration: 10:30 to 11 a.m.

    Part #1 (11 a.m. to Noon): Quality Lighting and the Lighting Design Process

    Lunch: 12 noon to 1 p.m.

    Part #2 (1 to 2 p.m.): Lighting Technologies

    Part #3 (2:15 to 3:15 p.m.): Healthy Lighting for Senior Living

    Time in 1328810400
    FeesRegistrered Members: $100.00
    Intern/students Members: $75.00
    Non-Members: $150.00
    RegisterTo register before February 3, click here
    CEU3 hours of self-directed learning
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