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      Whether you are a beginner in the industry or a professional already in the business, Kichler® Certified Training can elevate your skills and help you become among the best in the industry. Your certificate and the experience received from attending these training events will add to your credentials and give you the confidence and expertise needed to be the contractor of choice in your area. Attendees may also be eligible for course credits from the American Lighting Association. 
       

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      Hands-on LED Landscape Lighting Installation (ALA Certified Training)
      • Overview

      This two-day course is an interactive, hands-on LED landscape lighting seminar for those professionals seeking to increase their knowledge and installation of low-voltage (12 volt) LED landscape lighting. This course provides detailed instruction and hands-on training across a range of topics to sharpen your skills and become an expert in this field. You will participate in the design and installation of an actual LED lighting system, learning best practices for how to layout the lighting design and an explanation of fixture placement. 

      • Cost 

        • $150 investment includes:
          • Certified instructor
          • Tour of facility
          • Training materials
          • Kichler® long-sleeve T-shirt
          • Digital files of the night time photo shoot which you can use to promote your business
          • Certificate of completion and 16 ALA certification credit hours
          • All meals (two dinners, one continental breakfast, one lunch and refreshments)
          • Airport transfers and transportation to and from seminar 

      • Dates/Location

        • Class is held Monday evening and all day Tuesday 
        • Kichler Lighting LLC
          7711 East Pleasant Valley Road
          Cleveland, OH 44131 

      • Sign-up

      Advanced Hands-on LED Landscape Lighting Installation (Low Voltage Light Commercial/Public Spaces) - (ALA* Certified Training)
      • Overview

      This two-day course is an interactive, hands-on LED landscape lighting seminar for those professionals seeking to increase their knowledge and installation of low-voltage (12 volt) LED landscape lighting in a light commercial environment. This course provides detailed instruction and hands-on training across a range of topics to sharpen your skills and become an expert in this field. You will learn from several well experienced and highly respected professionals in the design and installation of a more complex LED lighting system, learning best practices for how to lay out the lighting design and an explanation of fixture placement.

      • Cost 

        • $150 investment includes:
          • Certified instructor
          • Tour of facility
          • Training materials
          • Kichler® long-sleeve T-shirt
          • Certificate of completion and 16 ALA certification credit hours
          • All meals (two dinners, one continental breakfast, one lunch and refreshments)
          • Airport transfers and transportation to and from seminar 

      • Dates/Location

        • Class is held Tuesday evening and all day Wednesday
        • Kichler Lighting LLC
          7711 East Pleasant Valley Road
          Cleveland, OH 44131 

        • Previous experience with landscape lighting installation is recommended

       

      *Course is accredited for 16 hours by the American Lighting Association (ALA)

      How to Design a Landscape Lighting Job / Electrical Safety, Maintenance & Troubleshooting
      • Overview

        This two-day course is designed for professionals wishing to improve the aesthetics of their landscape lighting installations and advance their electrical knowledge and confidence to install, maintain and troubleshoot a landscape system properly. This advanced course will cover a variety of topics, including but not limited to:
        • How, when, why and what type of LED to use in your lighting design
        • Where to place lighting: Interactive participation with an assortment of “typical” architectural and planting features
        • Understanding beam spread, photometrics, and lumen output
        • Transformer 101, electric cable, wire connectors, and accessories