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Webinar: Light and Wellness
April 5 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EDT
This webinar covers several topics surrounding the design ramifications of circadian lighting in the built environment including the human evolution of circadian rhythm, the health implication of circadian disruption, and how light impacts the circadian system. The presenters will also go into detail by providing evidence based metrics, design considerations, and the conceptual discussion of applications.
The learning objectives of this course include defining circadian rhythm and how it impacts the human body’s sleep/wake cycle, identifying the five controllable lighting parameters that have a circadian impact, differentiating between the two primary circadian metrics, and using the Circadian Stimulus calculator to determine successful design for circadian entrainment, as well as how to execute four lighting design techniques to create a circadian focused solution.
Brett Stenner, the owner of Ci Partners and has over 23 years of experience in the residential electronics industry, including 16 years as a product trainer and sales manager. As members of HAVAN, BILD GTA, IDC, and HTA, Ci Partners is focused on building bridges between the design and construction community and technology. In 2020 he became Well AP certified with a focus on spreading the Healthy Home and Living message and about the technology that makes a home well for humans.
Kevin Learmann has 20 years of experience in the luxury residential and commercial automation technology industries, including multiple control, lighting, security, climate, and window covering systems. He enjoys guiding designers, builders, and consumers through today’s rapidly evolving electronic systems possibilities.
This webinar accounts for one non-IDCEC hour. Participants will receive their certificates of completion via email following the webinar and will need to self-report their hours using the IDCEC Mobile Attendance App.
This webinar will be offered in English. Maximum capacity for this webinar is 500 participants.