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Unit 38 Dixon Road

Dixon Business Centre
Bristol
United Kingdom
BS4 5QW
www.299lighting.co.uk
Georgina Bidder
Tel +44 (0) 117 942 2512
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299 Lighting

Overview

With a strong track record in lighting design and supply for commercial and architectural space, 299 Lighting brings experience, confidence and competence to every commercial lighting project we are involved with. From office lighting using the latest LED technology to bespoke architectural lighting, we balance aesthetics and functionality to create beautiful spaces. We work with architects, consultants and designers to realise their technical and creative vision and turn even the most complex lighting projects to reality.

CPD Material (6)


Multiple CPD formats
Emergency Lighting - Whodunnit?
Based on a murder-mystery style investigation, this seminar takes us to a fictitious place that has been affected by a serious fire incident. The unfortunate event led to many injuries and a vast material damage. With 4 main suspects, all very likely responsible for the failure of the emergency lighting, the seminar participants are invited to investigate who is responsible for the disaster. Written and presented in an interactive and fun way, this seminar looks deeper into the importance of designing emergency lighting. The investigation process will encourage a deeper understanding of the current Emergency lighting standards and reinforce the position of responsibility in the design and procurement process. Find out who is the one cutting corner and learn the pitfalls of the first stage of installing emergency escape lighting in the consultation and design stage. By the end of the CPD you should have a greater understanding of:
- How to design emergency lighting to comply with current regulations
- Requirements for emergency lighting
- How to specify the right product for your project or property
- How to spot inefficiency in emergency lighting design
- How to design/appoint a lighting designer to design a compliant emergency lighting scheme
- The consequences of inappropriately designed schemes


This CPD can be delivered to you live and remotely.
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Online Learning
Material type: Seminar
Multiple CPD formats
Wireless Lighting Controls - An Introduction
In the age of portable technology, we are able to control buildings with a few clicks on a screen. It is no surprise that the growing expectations on sustainability, connectivity and flexibility put a great demand on lighting specification. Professionally designed schemes allow grouping of luminaires, creation of multiple scenes for different situations and so much more. This seminar looks at the benefits of wireless control systems and runs through creating dynamic lighting schemes equally suitable for small one room solutions to complex large buildings. Topics discussed include cracking the jargon, the benefits of wireless technology, the aesthetics of wireless controls, creating groups of luminaires, their integration and commissioning, three commonly used wireless systems on the UK market, and how to specify the right product for your property. By the end of the CPD you should have a greater understanding of:
- The impact lighting controls can have on a project, on both the performance and aesthetics
- How to specify the requirements of the lighting control system for a project
- The range of solutions on the market and their various functions


This CPD can be delivered to you live and remotely
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Online Learning
Material type: Seminar
Multiple CPD formats
Workplace Lighting Design - An Introduction
With the changes in the latest BCO Guide to Lighting and the office market moving into more “appearance driven” schemes, we can safely say that contemporary workplace lighting is calling for new technologies, better use of daylight, responsible energy consumption and user satisfaction. This seminar looks at how to design good lighting schemes to suit the common types of commercial developments in the UK. Topics discussed include cracking the jargon around LED lighting, recent changes to guidelines and the implications, how to design office lighting for a great CAT A scheme, how to create layers of light for an exciting CAT B scheme, and how to specify the right product for your design concept. By the end of the CPD you should have a greater understanding of:
- The theories behind the good lighting design practice
- The difference between designing for CAT A and CAT B office fit out
- The current lighting guidelines


This CPD can be delivered to you live and remotely
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Online Learning
Material type: Seminar

Classifications


299 Lighting has CPD Materials in the following areas: -

RIBA Core Curriculum areas