The Spanish industry association LED (Aniled) and the technological Institute of optics, Color and image (Aído) have launched the first training centre high level lighting in Spain, called Lighting Training Center (LTC), based in Valencia.
High level training of professionals linked to the sector of lighting, for the hand of expert teachers, and development of Led technology are the main objectives of the Lighting Training Center, created by Aniled and AIDO, in which also will be taught through this platform online courses and face-to-face, technical training sessions, etc. to improve the knowledge of the users in this sector.
The initiative of these institutions is based on experience in this industry and constant evolution that is experiencing the lighting, with new more efficient technologies energy and convergent with control systems, as well as regulatory quality and installation, for which the training is essential. Therefore, LTC intends to be "a tool at the service of the more than 100,000 professionals in the sector of lighting, in order to get the best training to develop their work".
So it says Mario Prieto, Secretary general of Aniled: "it training is one of the objectives more important of our Association and is a challenge to the treat is of an industry incipient and in continuous innovation, in which there is shortage of professional qualified." This problem will increase in the future because, currently, training programmes are not sufficient to cater for the needs of the Led industry".
For Emilio Pérez, director of Aido, "this new tool represents a channel pioneer which helps us continue with this formative work, where Aido takes more than twenty-five years offering advisory services to SMEs in the lighting sector and developing activities such as optical design and product, trials of photometric characterization of luminaires and lighting systems ", simulations optical, software for calculation of lighting, as well as the development of projects of r & d".
LTC iniciará su actividad formativa el próximo 16 de junio con el curso “Aplicaciones prácticas de tecnología Led en iluminación”, con una duración de 32 horas, cuyas inscripciones ya están abiertas.
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