Training & Education
Three new 2016 courses from Lighting Controls Association
By Renée Francoeur
September 7, 2016 – The Lighting Controls Association (LCA) has published three new courses for its Education Express program. These include EE107: Lighting Controls for Existing Buildings, EE302: Centralized Intelligent Lighting Control, and an updated version of EE300: Lighting Control of LEDs.
Authored by Craig DiLouie, EE107 introduces students to lighting control strategies suitable for existing construction, covering energy code obligations, rebate opportunities and application guidance.
EE302 is authored by Steve Mesh and describes the basic technology of centralized intelligent lighting control systems (Part 1) and then provides application guidance (Part 2).
Lastly, EE300, put together by Kevin Willmorth, includes four learning modules covering LED control fundamentals, wired control, wireless control and color control.
Founded in 2006, Education Express serves more than 30,000 students, who have benefited from over 205,000 completions of learning modules and 140,000 comprehension tests taken online, according to LCA.
Visit LCA’s website for more details on the courses’ accreditation and how each contributes to Lighting Certified certification.