National Women in Engineering Day 2016 is an initiative set up by the Women's Engineering Society, dedicated to raising the profile and celebrating the achievements of women in engineering. To support this exciting initiative, we're gathering some information about which women engineer inspires or has inspired you, to raise the profile of some truly brilliant women and their career paths.
This event, on 30 June 2016 at London South Bank University, will provide a multidisciplinary platform for knowledge sharing and open debate. It will bring together built environment professionals, students, business leaders and clients to address challenges of sustainability in the built environment.
This New Lighting Guide (LG14) 'Control of electric lighting' is the first edition of a wholly new Society of Light and Lighting (SLL) Guide. It sets out a logical approach for the professional designer to consider the consultation, design, specification, commissioning and handover of a lighting installation incorporating controls.
CIBSE Training has a selection of lighting focused courses that will provide you with the knowledge and skills to maintain a sharp outlook on this particular facet of building services. View this portfolio.
This is a two day course aimed at providing an understanding of the technical themes and challenges dealt with in the Code of Practise, and how to apply the Code of Practise to projects. Following the course there is the opportunity to take an exam which allows entry to the Heat Networks Consultant register. Upcoming courses are being held in Glasgow and London.
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