Hubbell Lighting Releases Lighting Education Course Schedule

Hubbell Lighting has released the 2014 lighting education course schedule at its state-of-the-art Lighting Solutions Center (LSC).

Hubbell Lighting’s LSC offers an unprecedented opportunity to gain cutting-edge lighting education in an environment that brings today’s most relevant lighting solutions to life,” says Chris Bailey, director of the Lighting Solutions Center. “Our 25,000-square-foot facility is engineered to present a total solutions approach to current lighting challenges and to evolve to meet future lighting challenges head on. Unique features of this forward-thinking, engaging educational facility include: a staff with extensive experience and professional accreditations; five-topic lab with multi-media presentations about today’s lighting challenge; state-of-the-art training rooms and amphitheater with versatility to showcase products specific to the subjects discussed.”

The LSC courses are available to almost anyone (newbies and seasoned pros alike) whose profession is architecture, illuminating engineering, lighting design, or electrical contracting or distribution. The comprehensive lighting courses are instructed by seasoned lighting professionals, who provide lighting specifiers with hands-on experience and real world solutions to some of today’s most difficult lighting challenges. Some of the LSC 2014 courses also qualify for various continuing education units with virtually all the course content being non-commercial.

Opened in July 2007 and located at the Hubbell Lighting’s LEED Silver certified corporate offices in Greenville, S.C., the LSC is considered by many to be the most advanced education/training center in the industry. Lighting professionals interested in any of the LSC training opportunities may register for courses online or by completing the registration form on page 9 of the downloadable course guide.

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