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LRC new online professional photometry course

09 Feb 2021

The next Photometry Institute will be held online beginning 7 April 2021. The program will be conducted in a series of six, weekly 2.5-hour online classes.

Who should attend?

  • Engineers, technicians, and testing personnel from lighting and related companies interested in learning more about photometric, colorimetric, and related evaluation of lighting products and prototypes.

  • Personnel from testing facilities who want to hone their skills and knowledge about testing requirements for solid-state as well as traditional light sources and lighting systems.

  • Managers, engineers, product developers and designers from lighting and related companies interested in setting up photometric testing capabilities to benchmark and evaluate product prototypes in their own facilities.

  • Anyone who wants to know more about the rapidly changing requirements for testing and evaluation of solid-state light sources and systems.

How is the Institute structured?
The Photometry Institute will be held as series of six, weekly online classes. Each weekly online session will be 2.5 hours in length. Online sessions will be held on Wednesday afternoons from 1:00 to 3:30 PM US Eastern Time, beginning April 7, 2021 (see schedule below). Each class session will include lectures as well as live, interactive demonstration sessions from the LRC's photometric laboratories. See more details for each class here.

Continuing Education Credits
Participants will earn 15 CEUs (continuing education units) for attending the Photometry Institute and will receive a continuing education certificate in photometry.

Registration for the online Photometry Institute is $1,200 per person. LRC Partners and Alliance members can register for the discounted price of $960. Residents of New York State can register for the discounted cost of $360, made possible through funding from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA). 50% of the fee is due at the time of registration, the remainder will be charged on April 1, 2021.

To learn more about the class, the instructors, or to register click here. 

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