2016 IESLA Calendar of Events

September 14, 2016
Fall 2016 Fundamentals of Lighting (FOL) course begins
Location: Walter’s Wholesale Electric, Culver City

September 30, 2016
20th Annual IESLA Golf Classic
To Benefit the IESLA Student Education Fund
Location: Downey Rio Hondo Golf Course

October 27, 2016
2016 Title 24 Requirements and Changes
What You Need to Know

February 16, 2017
Save the date!!!
The IESLA presents the 22nd Annual Wally Whitney Memorial Product Fair at the Shrine Auditorium on Thursday, February 16th, 2017.

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20th Annual IESLA Golf Classic

20th Annual IESLA Golf Classic

Friday September 30, 2016

Please join us for a great day of golf and celebration at the 20th Annual IESLA Golf Classic to benefit the IESLA Student Education Fund. Your continued support will insure that our 20th year celebration will be extra special with lots of special prizes and treats throughout the day! Reservations due by September 21st.

Rio Hondo Golf Course
10627 Old River School Road
Downey, CA 90241

Details and the registration form can be found under the Events tab. Or use the below link to proceed directly to registration.

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For more information, please contact Michael Shearer at
949-294-6983 or via email at mshearer@scilights.com

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Fundamentals of Lighting Fall 2016

It’s that time of year again!!

Join the IES Los Angeles for the NEW Fundamental of Lighting (FOL) course this Fall 2016 and earn up to 21 IESNA CEU’s and 21 AIA LUs with HSW credit!

This refined course will provide a foundation for lighting covering the history, definitions and important issues, light sources, fixtures and controls, the basics of lighting design for interiors and exteriors, and basic photometry and calculations. The class will be beneficial for students, architects, lighting designers, interior designers, electrical engineers, electrical contractors, manufacturers and distributors.

The class will meet every Wednesday evening from 6pm until 9pm for a total 7 weeks and will be held at Walter’s Wholesale Electric at 3960 Landmark Street in Culver City, CA 90232 starting Wednesday, September 14th and continuing through Wednesday, October 26th.

The cost is $250 for current IES members and students (with a current/valid student ID) and $300 for non-IES members. All required materials are included in the cost and light snacks will be provided at each class beginning at 5:30. And if your company has three or more attendees you will qualify for a 10% discount off the class cost! Checks or money orders will be the only forms of payment accepted.

More details as well as the registration form can be found under the Education tab, or for more information please contact:

Mark Duff / IESLA Education Chairman
Prudential Lighting Products

2016 Title 24 Requirements and Changes

Thursday October 27, 2016

Charles Knuffke

Charles is Wattstopper's Systems Vice President and Evangelist, overseeing all product activity relating to the company’s Digital Lighting Management System.

For the past 30+ years, he has worked with engineers, contractors, distributors and owners to design, specify, and start up Lighting Control Systems for almost every kind of Commercial and Industrial project. The products have run the gamut from simple standalone occupancy sensors to networked Lighting Control Systems for multi-building campuses. After the systems have been installed, Charles has spent thousands of hours working with the facility engineers ensuring that they are educated on their new systems and are using them to their fullest capabilities.

Charles serves on the IESNA’s Lighting Commissioning Committee and has also attended numerous California Energy Commission meetings during the development of the various Title 24 Energy Codes to provide real world commentary to the policy makers. He has shared his expertise on Title 24 at numerous industry events including Lightshow West, other IES section meetings, the Berkeley Lab - Energy Technologies Area (ETA), and has also been interviewed several times by the Lighting Controls Association.

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