This latest course from the ILP is for street lighting engineers old and new, asset managers, trainees, apprentices and all those involved in street lighting maintenance. Ever wondered why maintenance operations are carried out the way they are? Do you know how unmetered energy is managed, billed and what the ‘ring-fenced’ definition for an unmetered supply is? Then this course is for you. A course filled with information and practical advice that identifies the issues and options then discusses solutions available.
You might not have had the opportunity for formal training in this area – we aim to make sure you have the practical knowledge you need to add to your competency in four key areas:
- Lighting and the law, risk management and lighting units
- Electrical supplies, unmetered energy and switch regimes
- Equipment specification, lighting design and electrical design
- Inventories, inspection and testing and lighting policy development
The ILP’s online training platform is open to everyone but if you are an ILP member, you can access the courses at a discounted rate.
You can access the course here: https://courses.theilp.org.uk/fundamental-street-lighting-course/.