School Specific Lighting

Course Number:     PLC2201

Provider Name:      Pure lighting Company

Provider Number:  404109508

Course at a Glance

  • Course Delivery Type Live

  • This course is 1 LU.

  • Course Level This course is Introductory

  • Language English

  • Original Course Approval 02/02/2022

  • Course Expiration 02/02/2025

About this Course

When conducting upgrades, renovations, and new additions, school officials have many factors to consider including pricing, longevity, maintenance, investment trade-offs, and more. However, lighting should not be relegated to a commodity, but rather an integral component of school facility upgrades. Lighting systems can positively affect the quality-of-life of occupants, provide additional usages of facilities (and possibly add extra revenue streams), be utilized as modern STEAM learning opportunities, and even improve indoor air quality. In this presentation, Dan Litvin of Pure Lighting Company, a lighting design firm specializing in school systems, will provide an overview of considerations, requirements, limitations, technologies, and possibilities of school-specific lighting. This is a survey course that will provide a top level look at the following topics: -> LED Lighting -> Architectural Lighting -> UVC Disinfection -> Stage and TV Broadcasting -> Emerging Trends -> Live Q+A

Prerequisite Knowledge:
This is an introductory course. Previous experience designing for and working with the educational sector is beneficial.

Learning Objective 1:
To understand the science-proven benefits behind various lighting systems typically found in school spaces and how these can be leveraged to provide systems that improve the quality of life of occupants and educational experience of staff & students

Learning Objective 2:
To receive an overview of the various lighting systems typically found in a school including the usage, technical scope, and needs from a typical educational facility. Systems include standard lighting, stage systems, TV studio systems, and architectural systems.

Learning Objective 3:
To learn how the various lighting systems typically found in educational facilities differ by facility type including elementary, middle, and high schools as well as colleges/universities

Learning Objective 4:
To discover upcoming trends and opportunities to utilize lighting when designing the schools of tomorrow including green/eco practices, quality-of-life improvement measures, interactivity, educational opportunities, and more

Course Sessions For more information about this course contact the provider. There are no currently scheduled sessions.

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  • Category Project Planning & Design

  • Sub Category Building Design

  • Keywords school, college, k-12, university, education, educational, lighting, led, stage, auditorium, theater, TV studio, broadcasting

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