Our industry leading Nationally Accredited lighting courses are popular with new and seasoned professionals across the building and construction sectors, including engineers, builders, designers, architects, lighting professionals, and those involved in the development and regulation of lighting policy.
Quite simply, we are passionate about Lighting and everything that it brings to life, business, sport, play and the world. IES: The Lighting Society was created with a mission to promote the art and science of lighting and to disseminate information about lighting to interested parties. Our lighting courses and highly credentialed facilitators have much to share with anyone wanting to learn more.
Courses are regularly held in capital cities in Australia and New Zealand, and we can also organise in-house courses for companies (subject to achieving minimum numbers).
Presented by Dr Alicia Allan is a postdoctoral research fellow at QUT
“Healthy lighting” is getting considerable attention in the lighting community and beyond, but do we really know what healthy lighting is? This talk will explore how we might think about healthy lighting, present existing research on how light can affect human health and wellbeing, and consider limits to our current knowledge.
Presented by James Leschohier of the IESANZ Vic/Tas Chapter
Are you aware of the latest revision to AS/NZS 1680.4 pertaining to LED luminaires? Or are you still using 0.80 as a maintenance factor for all sources? Learn more about the shortcomings of the old standard, and the already identified problems associated with the new one. Presented at the Technical Meeting of the Vic/Tas Chapter.
IoT Connectivity in Lighting Application
Presented by Silverspring at the Queensland Chapter Technical Meeting of IESANZ
Discover the benefits and scope of IoT (Internet of Things) connectivity, and the role lighting can play in its application.
The Future of Emergency Lighting
Presented by Michael Duce of Clevertronics at the Queensland Chapter Technical Meeting of IESANZ
Michael presents the AS/NZS2293 emergency lighting draft standard, examines the changes to the existing standard and its implications for both Australia and New Zealand, and discusses the future of emergency lighting.
IES: The Lighting Society currently runs both a scholarship and bursary to promote the art and science in lighting.
The scholarship is provided in memory of Klaus Engehardt and the Bursary is in memory of Gwenyth Ewens.
IES: The Lighting Society invites members to apply for the Gwenyth Ewens Memorial Bursary. Gwenyth, a strong advocate of the IESANZ and education and research, bequeathed a sum of money to the IESANZ from which the earnings support the bursary (see attached for more information on Gwenyth Ewens). The bursary is to provide a contribution towards the expenses of a member participating in an educational or research based professional development activity in lighting.