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Upcoming webinars and online content


Helping you keep track of what's coming up, this will be updated regularly and if you have any comments, suggestions or events that you would like to include, please contact us via sll@cibse.org 

If you were unable to attend a previous SLL webinar, catch up on demand

CIBSE and the SLL are committed to supporting our members and others in maintaining their continuing professional development (CPD) remotely during this time. There is more information in the CIBSE CPD Guide for members, and the CPD page in the MyCIBSE areas allows you to record your CPD, as well as setting and monitoring objectives. This is free to use and accessible to all.

11:00 Recolight Webinar Circular Economy Legislation & the Lighting Industry

11:00 SLL LightBytes Online - Session One: Minimum Energy

  BHA School of Lighting Hospital Lighting including Human Centric Lighting

17:00 SLL & CIBSE Ireland Webinar Emergency Lighting - first principles of design, specification and end-user obligations

11:00 SLL LightBytes Online - Session Two: Minimum Resource

09:30 TRILUX Akademi Lighting Quality - TM30 Explained

10:00 CIBSE Trainng Emergency Lighting to Comply with Fire Safety Regulation
11:00 SLL LightBytes Online - Session Three: Maximum Comfort

  BHA School of Lighting Architectural Lighting - Residential and Heritage Buildings

11:00 SLL LightBytes Online - Session Four: Circular Economy Round Table with guest speakers, Emilio Hernandez and Mark Ridler

11:00 Recolight Return of the Lamp: How the replaceable revolution will change lighting

  BHA School of Lighting Fa├žade lighting for Commercial Buildings

09:30 TRILUX Akademie A new lease of light - procurement models and the impact on sustainability

  BHA School of Lighting Security Lighting

11:00 Recolight How to get to net zero: A lighting manufacturer's guide to becoming carbon neutral