Lighting Industry Association announces 2013 regional seminar programme

Lighting Industry Association announces 2013 regional seminar programme

The Lighting Industry Association (LIA) has announced the schedule for its 2013 regional seminar programme.

The seminars are being hosted in conjunction with sponsors Recolight and Lumicom, the lighting industry producer compliance schemes.

Taking place from 29th April to 2nd May, the ‘Travelling Light’ seminars will be held in London, Birmingham, Manchester and Edinburgh.

The programme will deliver CPD approved presentations on the latest lighting technology combined with updates on impending legislation and standardisation changes that will affect businesses dealing with lighting in the next year.

The sessions will include an update on changes to the UK WEEE regulations, which are currently being formulated by the government, so the seminars also provide a timely opportunity to hear views on the proposed changes, which will help to form the industry’s response to the government consultation on this subject.

These seminars will be of interest to lighting manufacturers, users, specifiers and installers of lighting and all are welcome to attend.

The venues for each date are:

London 29th  April

Birmingham 30th April

Manchester 1st  May

Edinburgh 2nd  May

The seminars will run from 10.30am to 1.30pm on each day with refreshments and a buffet lunch provided plus plenty of time after lunch for one-to-one discussions with presenters.

For non-members of LIA, Lumicom and Recolight there will be a small charge of £25 plus VAT, (Total £30 payable by credit card).

To book your places at your preferred venue please contact Charlie May charliem@thelia.org.uk. Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis up to the capacity of each venue.

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