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Training

To help customers achieve a greater understanding of modern lighting technology, Cooper Lighting offers approved CPD training seminars in three key areas. Each seminar lasts one hour and can be held at customers’ premises during lunchtime breaks to reduce the impact on working time.

LED Lighting - RIBA approved CPD seminar

LED is fast becoming the light source of the future, so the LED Lighting CPD seminar helps clients understand the basics of the technology, the advantages and disadvantages of LED, what to look for, how to specify LED products, and how to design with LEDs. The seminar is aimed at architects and consultants wanting to understand the different types of LEDs and how best to use them.

Emergency Lighting - CIBSE approved CPD seminar

The Emergency Lighting CPD seminar gives an overview of the requirements of BS5266, how to design an emergency lighting scheme, requirements for exit signs, data authentication and the importance of quality. We compare alternative types of emergency lighting and the use of automatic testing. The seminar is relevant to anyone designing emergency lighting installations.

Central Battery Systems - CIBSE approved CPD seminar

The Central Battery Systems seminar gives an insight into the design, application, standards, regulations and preferred code of practice relating to central battery systems and the testing/maintenance requirements covered by the Fire Safety Order. The presentation is aimed at consultants and engineers looking to develop an understanding of central battery systems with a view to becoming a product specialist.

Operation & Maintenance Training

While our central battery systems and addressable testing systems for emergency lighting are designed to be as straightforward as possible, many users find it beneficial to undergo some initial structured training on the correct operation and maintenance of the systems. This can take place either at your premises or at our Doncaster training facility.

Through presentations, hand-outs and hands-on experience, we provide you with a complete overview of the system, an introduction to its operation and functionality, guidance on the use of fault-diagnosis charts, details of maintenance requirements and an understanding of the installation requirements for any future expansion.

This training will ensure that you are competent to carry out the testing and maintenance of your emergency lighting system in accordance with the latest legislation.