Fundamentals of Lighting – Begins Oct. 2, 2019
Join IES Los Angeles for the Fundamental of Lighting (FOL) course this Fall 2019! Earn up to 21 IESNA CEU’s and 21 AIA LUs with HSW credit! The class meets every Wednesday evening for a total 7 weeks. It is being held at Louis Poulsen. • 8745 Washington Boulevard, Suite E • Culver City • CA 90232.
Lighting basics course sponsored by the IES replaces ED100 and ED150
A wide ranging coverage for understanding lighting in architecture. Earn 21 AIA learning units with HSW credit + 21 IESNA Continuing Education Credits! Great contacts with our Los Angeles instructors who are leaders in our industry!
We will accept new students up to October 1st as long as we have open seats. To insure you
will have a program materials in time for the first class, please sign up prior to October 2nd
Fundamentals of Lighting – 10 Modules:
Module 1: History, Light and Color, Vision
Module 2: Light Sources
Module 3: Daylighting
Module 4: Luminaires
Module 5: Controls
Module 6: Photometry, Calculations
Module 7: Codes and Standards, Economics
Module 8: Lighting Design Process, Commissioning
Module 9: Lighting for Interiors
Module 10: Lighting for Exteriors
Louis Poulsen. • 8745 Washington Boulevard, Suite E • Culver City • CA 90232
For more information contact:
Mark Duff at (213) 393-9730
IESLA Education Committee Chairperson
Seven consecutive Wednesday Evenings 6:00PM – 9:00PM
October 2nd, October 9th, October 16th, October 23rd October 30th, November 6th, November 13th
Cost and Credits
Cost of the class is $250 for current IES members and students (with a current/valid student ID) and $300 for non-IES members. All required materials are included in the cost of the class. Light snacks will be provided for each class. If your company has three or more attendees you will qualify for a 10% discount off the class cost. Paypal, Checks, or Money Orders will be the only forms of payment accepted.
Credits are available for AIA, AISD/IDA/IDEC and NCQLP programs. No classes may be missed if credits are to be awarded to the participant. Participants not applying for CEU credits are not required to attend every class.