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LIGHTGEIST is a two part practical and theoretical walk-through of all that is new in lighting philiosophy and best practice. The course provides engineers and designers with a balanced view of how to light any given workplace, balancing the needs of the individual, energy and the environment. LIGHTGEIST is a holistic approach to the specification of all future buildings.

Sustainabilty, human resource and energy efficiency issues have driven some of the most radical changes in the way we think about lighting. Our LIGHTGEIST seminars reflect these changes.

Part A: Theory

Part B: Practical

 

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Hochiki CPD Seminars

Emergency Lighting Standards & Design Considerations
Course Level: Intermediate 
 
Duration: Approximately 1 hour 
 
Who should attend:
M&E Consultants & Engineers, End Users, Architects or anyone involved in the process of providing or maintaining an Emergency Lighting systems.

This presentation aims to give all those involved in the process of design, maintaining, providing and installing of Emergency Lighting systems an overview of the standards and items that must be taken into consideration when dealing with Emergency Lighting systems.

The presentation looks carefully at the Industry Committee for Emergency Lighting (ICEL) registrations, the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and standards, both current and forthcoming.  It will also provide a clear, pictorial overview of the positioning of Emergency Lighting luminaires, highlighting high risk areas and minimum levels of illuminance.

 

False Alarm Reduction in Detection Systems
Course Level: Intermediate
 
Duration: Approximately 1 hour
 
Who should attend:
M&E Consultants and Engineers, End Users, Architects or anyone involved in the process of designing, providing or maintaining automatic fire detection

This presentation has been designed to give all those involved in the process of design, maintaining, and installing fire detection systems an insight to the problems caused by false alarms and the ways and means of avoiding them. False alarms have considerable impact such as the cost to tax payers, prosperity of commerce and most importantly; complacency which can impact the safety of the public.

The presentation will go through the standards involved, specific measures taken by manufacturers to reduce false alarms and selecting the right device for the area.

 

Understanding the Selection, Spacing and Siting of Detectors
Course Level: Intermediate
 
Duration: Approximately 1 hour
 
Who should attend:
M&E Consultants and Engineers, End Users, Architects or anyone involved in the process of designing, providing or maintaining automatic fire detection

This presentation has been designed to provide essential information on key points from the recently re-written and updated British Standard (BS) 5839 Part 1: 2002 (Fire detection and alarm systems for buildings). The revised BS 5839 Part 1: 2002 is the Code of Practice for system design, installation, commissioning and maintenance of fire detection and alarm systems within the UK and Northern Ireland.

This presentation is designed to provide practical advice on the selection, spacing and siting of detectors giving a clear, pictorial and comprehensive overview of all of the items that need to be considered when designing a fire detection and alarm system.

 

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Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Courses


Welcome to the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) directory


Q : What is CPD?
A : Continuing Professional Development is the systematic maintenance, improvement and broadening of your knowledge and skills and the development of personal qualities necessary for you to carry out your professional duties.

An Employer Guide to Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

CIBSE has produced a ‘Guide to Continuing Professional Development' for use by companies to explain to their professional engineers the meaning of CPD and its importance in maintaining professional competence. CIBSE guidance page


This directory is for manufacturers or other institutions who offer CPD Courses/Modules of relevance to electrical industry professionals.

Please use the following links to view manufacturers/institutions courses/modules offered;

 

 

Course Provider Course Provider
     
 

ABB  

Ability Projects Ltd


 

 

 

AICO

AEG Power Solutions

 

AICO


 

 

 

 

Airflow Developments Ltd  

Carlo Galvazzi


 


   

ctec

CEDIA  

C-TEC


 
     
 

Chloride
 

Colt


 
     
Constant Power Sertvices Ltd  

Cooper Lighting


 
cpelectronics    
CP Electronics  

Dimplex


 
   

 

Dyson

 

Elta Fans


 
   

Emergi-Lite  

ERCO Lighting


 

 

 

 

FAGERHULT Lighting

 

Furse


 
     

Gent by Honeywell

 

Hacel Lighting


 
     

 

Hochiki

 

HOLOPHANE

 


 

 

JOHN CULLEN

  Light IQ


 
     
 
LUTRON   Mid career College  

 
     
 
Mitsubishi Electric   MK

 
     
 
Office Electrics
  REHAU

 
     
 
SANYO   Snaplite

 
     
Socomec   ventaxia
Socomec   Vent Axia

 
   
Vortice      

 
     

 
West London Security   Zumtobel