Seminars and Workshops

The Lighting Industry Academy hosts several seminars, workshops and conferences on contemporary topics in lighting for the benefit of the lighting community.

Held periodically throughout the year, these events and provide an invaluable opportunity for delegates to gain valuable knowledge, learn about the latest developments and discuss matters of mutual interest with others from the industry.

Below you will find the listing of upcoming seminars, workshops and conferences with a short synopsis. Please click on the link provided for full details and to book your place.

Upcoming events
 Type DescriptionDateLink
SeminarOpen Scope of WEEE seminar
Open Scope of WEEE

A half-day seminar on understanding the WEEE Regulations’ Open Scope for the lighting industry.

This seminar will help you understand what is in scope, how to identify it and what categories products will fall into. You will get the details on when and what information you need to provide to be compliant.

Tuesday, 20 FebruaryRead more and book

Premium Light Pro

Switching to Efficient Indoor Lighting in the non-domestic sector

A free one-day workshop with expert trainers that will help set you on your way to selecting quality products, and ensuring the installation has the appropriate design for the needs of the space for a successful indoor lighting upgrade.

TBCRead more and book
WorkshopWorkshop: Global Market Access with UL
Global market access for your lighting products with UL

The Lighting Industry Academy in partnership with UL project is offering a free one-day workshop with expert trainers that will help you export around the world.

The workshop will give you a general overview of the differences between the IEC and the UL world and what you have to know when exporting lighting products to the North American market.

Tuesday, 12 MarchRead more and book
WorkshopPremium Light Pro
Switching to Energy Efficient Street Lighting

A free one-day workshop with expert trainers that will help set you on your way to planning and implementing a successful street lighting upgrade for lower energy costs, controllability, improved landscape aesthetics and reduced light pollution, as well as enhanced safety for pedestrians and motorists.

TBCRead more and book