12. October 2020 - 9:00
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ILP Exterior Lighting Diploma Module B Autumn 2020 | Draycote Hotel | Monday, 12. October 2020

 It is an exciting time to be in lighting, and it is important you are professionally competent. Lighting is a tool to help citizens live happier and healthier lives, and the ILP can help you gain the skills and knowledge to do this safely and effectively. Designers, engineers, contractors and consultants all have a part to play in delivering quality lighting which improves our environments and helps our communities.
 
The lighting industry has relied upon the Institution of Lighting Professionals to deliver training and help build competence for many years. The ILP Exterior Lighting Diploma is the established industry qualification for exterior lighting professionals, meaning you can have confidence that this training will be helpful and worthwhile for you.
 
Our team of expert trainers have reshaped the modules to reflect the needs of the exterior lighting community across the world. Attend the ILP Exterior Lighting Diploma in 2020 and you will find yourself better equipped to fulfil your role, as well as enjoying an interesting, lively and valuable course!
www.theilp.org.uk/diploma
Module B
The second week of the Exterior Lighting Diploma explains luminance based highway lighting design. You will study alongside your peers in a friendly team and enjoy a site visit and group project.

Column design and maintenance
LEDs
Seeing and driving
Road lighting theory
Traffic route lighting design
Passive safety
Bridges and elevated roads
Motorway lighting design
Asset management and life cycle planning of lighting supports, including ILP Guidance Note 22
Tunnel lighting design and portal calculations
Conflict areas on the highway, including ILP Professional Lighting Guide 02
Road lighting design software introduction: Lighting Reality
Central Management Systems (CMS), smart cities, Internet of Things and communications for lighting
Variable lighting including dimming, trimming and part night
Energy management
Light measurements using an indicative grid method, including ILP Technical Report 28