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Live Training


ALA offers a variety of live training opportunities throughout the year. From webinars, to seminars during Lightovation and Conference, to an intensive Lighting Specialist training course. Here, you can view and register for all of ALA's upcoming live training opportunities.

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Upcoming Live Webinars

On Demand - May 2019 - Introducing H.E.N.R.Y. (High Earners Not Rich Yet) The client that showrooms want to target
Aired Live webinar: May 23, 2019 Time: 11:00 Central Time Credit: 1 CLC/CLMR Credit
On Demand Webinar - Understanding Basic Electrical Concepts that Apply to Lighting/Design
Aired: October 31, 2019 - Credit: 1 CLC Credit Hour Instructor: Peter Romaniello, IALD
On Demand Webinar - How to Take Control of Your Recessed Lighting Sales (Aired: November 21 )
Webinar: Aired: November 21, 2019 Time: 11:00 Central Credit: 1 CLC Hour Instructor: Joe Rey-Barreau, AIA, IES



4 Day - 2020 Virtual Residential Lighting Training Course
4 Day Training Course Instructor: Joe Rey-Barreau, AIA, IES Course fee: $575

 

ALA Conference Seminars

The ALA Conference is hosted annually and features a variety of in-person education and training opportunities. This year the conference will be an online Symposium. To register for the 2020 Symposium  click here.

 


Residential Lighting Training Course

** NEW VIRTUAL CLASS


 The very popular four-day Residential Lighting Training Class is returning - virtually. With the virtual format, you can benefit from the experience of training with one of ALA’s most respected instructors, Joe Rey-Barreau, AIA, IES; study and learn from the Residential Lighting Training Manual; and take your exam at the end of the class, all from the comfort of your own home or office.

 

Class Details:

The four-day class will run with a combination of live Zoom calls and a webinar-based recorded library of courses. Only students registered for the class will have access to the training material.

The class will run each Monday in October. We record all of the live sessions in case you are not be able to make the times provided.

 

Class Dates:

Mondays - October 5, 12, 19 & 26, students will be asked to complete their exam by Friday, October 30. 

 

Class will launch Monday, October 5, 2020

Monday scheduled Zoom meetings: (Exact zoom link details and times will be provided closer to the date)

11:00 – 12:30 p.m. (Eastern Time) - Live Zoom call

Participants view the required videos for that day at their leisure.

3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. (Eastern Time) – Live Close-out session for the day

*Each day, the live Zoom calls/required materials to watch will cover the units listed below.

 

Class Fee:

$575 per participant (includes four days of virtual training with instructor and webinar-based training)

Training Manual: $359 (each student is required to have the Residential Lighting Training Manual, this includes the exam fee)

 

Class can be ordered here:

Order Class Here


Manual can be ordered online:

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Daily Schedule:

 

MONDAY, OCTOBER 5

Module 1: Introduction to Lighting

Unit 1 Talking About Lighting

Unit 2 How We See

Unit 3 Color

Module 2: Light Sources

Unit 4 Introduction to Light Sources

Unit 5 Incandescent and Halogen Sources

Unit 6 Linear Fluorescent Sources

Unit 7 CFL and Other Sources

Unit 8 LED Lighting

Unit 9 Directional Light Sources

 

MONDAY, OCTOBER 12

Module 3: Decorative Lighting

Unit 10 Introduction to Decorative Fixtures

Unit 11 Chandeliers and Pendants

Unit 12 Wall and Ceiling Fixtures

Unit 13 Portable Lamps

Unit 14 Ceiling Fans

Unit 15 Decorative Materials

Module 4: Electricity and Lighting Controls

Unit 16 Basics of Electricity

Unit 17 Dimmers

Unit 18 Lighting Controls

 

MONDAY, OCTOBER 19

Module 5: Architectural Lighting Fixtures

Unit 19 Introduction to Architectural Fixtures

Unit 20 Recessed Downlighting

Unit 21 Track Lighting

Unit 22 Specialty Accent Lighting

Unit 23 Utility Fixtures

Unit 24 Landscape Lighting

 

MONDAY, OCTOBER 26

Module 6: Lighting Design

Unit 25 Introduction to Lighting Design

Unit 26 Lighting Composition

Unit 27 Coordinating Styles

Unit 28 Lighting Regulations

Unit 29 Energy Wise Lighting

Unit 30 Construction Drawings

Module 7: Specific Lighting Recommendations

Unit 31 Introduction to Lighting Design

Unit 32 Recommendations for Social Spaces

Unit 33 Recommendations for Work Spaces

Unit 34 Recommendations for Family Spaces

Unit 35 Recommendations for Outdoor Spaces