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Concord Lighting (Havells Sylvania)

Concord is a globally respected commercial and architectural lighting brand. The brand has a substantial manufacturing and marketing base in the UK and is renowned for having a strong design ethos, high technical performance and aesthetic form, with a contemporary range of lighting products that is one of the most comprehensive on the market.

Contact information

Concord Lighting (Havells Sylvania)
Avis Way
Newhaven
East Sussex
BN9 0ED
United Kingdom

www.concord-lighting.com

CPD booking contact


Mr David Neale
david.neale@havells-sylvania.com
Tel: +44 (0)870 606 2030

Approved CPD materials


Lighting for Education
Type: Seminar
This seminar aims to provide an overview of the lighting components and guidelines which apply to specific application areas with educational facilities. It takes into account daylight and electronic lighting and shows advantages and disadvantages of both.
Lighting for Healthcare
Type: Seminar
This seminar aims to provide an overview of issues affecting patient environment and illustrate how creative lighting can contribute towards the creation of a healing environment.
Office Lighting
Type: Seminar
This seminar aims to provide an appreciation of best practice office lighting in line with latest industry guidelines.
Retail and Display
Type: Seminar
This seminar aims to provide an understanding of the lighting objectives of retail store designers, as well as an understanding of the effects employed within retail environments to enhance customer experience.
The use of LEDs in Lighting
Type: Seminar
The purpose of this seminar is to provide an overview of the energy saving opportunities available by using LED instead of traditional lighting sources. It explains how LEDs achieve an extended life, high lumen output and good colour rendering. The need to consider cost of ownership rather than capital cost in calculation of LED payback is explained along with typical applications both today and in the future. The seminar concludes by summarising that LEDs have a role to play in energy saving, but lighting design best practice must not be compromised as a result, which means that the use of LED must be done in sympathy with the required lit space that is required.

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