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WAC Lighting Offers Upcoming Accredited Course

MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. — WAC Lighting Sales Representative Dino Patruno will deliver an accredited course on LED Lighting and the SSL Revolution at JT Roselle Home Lighting at 333 North Bedford Road, #120, in Mount Kisco. The event is scheduled for Tuesday, November 19th, from 5 to 7:30 p.m., and beer, wine, and appetizers will be served. The showroom is located at 333 North Bedford Road, #120, in Mount Kisco, N.Y. The phone number is (914) 666-3700.

WAC Lighting’s course is titled “LED 201, The SSL Revolution,” which offers educational credits by the AIA (American Institute of Architects), ALA (American Lighting Association), ASID (American Society of Designers) and other design organizations. WAC Lighting is a leading designer and manufacturer of task, decorative and architectural luminaires. Architects, engineers, designers, contractors, facility and energy managers can register for the event by contacting the company directly. The course earns attendees two CEU Credits with the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the Interior Design Continuing Education Council (IDCEC).

The SSL (Solid State Lighting) Revolution CEU Course educates industry professionals on the latest LED advancements including LED types and their applications; optical devices; AC-LED technology; color metrics; LED binning; luminaire application efficiency; and the latest uses for LEDs with layered lighting.

“Having a strong knowledge of the latest lighting technology and products helps professionals make better lighting choices,” explained WAC Lighting President Shelley Wald. “We developed these CEU educational programs so industry members will become better informed and can provide the optimal lighting solutions in the marketplace today.”

“What we enjoy most about LED lighting is that it can revolutionize design,” explained Wald. “Luminaires become cleaner and sleeker than before when were limited to large and glaring lamp options.  We can provide people with a quality of lighting they never thought possible or knew they needed.”

“Energy concerns may have propelled the development of this science, but new consumer expectations of their lighting fixtures around maintenance, high lumen output, efficacy, quality of light and energy savings, are what make this a revolution,” continued Wald.

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