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Workforce Training & Continuing Education

Energy Efficient Lighting

Taught by international award-winning lighting designer, Jody Good, the Energy-Efficient Lighting Certificate focuses on ways to improve both the quality and efficiency of lighting. You will learn about methods and materials for energy saving retrofit opportunities as well as how to conduct a lighting audit to complete a cost savings analysis.

Courses are designed to benefit Lighting Industry, Building, Construction, Facilities and Energy Management professionals, giving you practical knowledge and skills to use on the job. Completion of the Lighting Fundamentals and Lighting Applications courses will earn you a Certificate of Achievement. Give your resume a boost, register today!


Suggested pre-requisites are EGMT 1700 Electrical Principles, PHYS 1010 Elementary Physics, and MATH 1010 Intermediate Algebra or a working knowledge of these subjects. Energy-Efficient Lighting courses are offered as non-credit for professional development, or register as a student at SLCC to receive college credit. Contact the Program Manager for more information.

Courses

Course
Title
Prerequisite
Course EGMT 1310/CEEM 0310
Title Lighting Fundamentals
Prerequisite
Description

Course assesses quantity & quality of light, light sources & controls, luminaries, manufacturer lamp & ballast specifications, lighting power density & HVAC interactions, retrofit opportunities, cost saving annually, lighting codes/regulations, and lighting audit projects.

 

To register for Non-Credit call 801-957-5200.
To register and receive college credit, complete the online application to SLCC and register through your MySLCC Portal using the CRN.

Section List

EGMT 1310-251/CEEM 0310-001
CRN: 45317
Instructor: Good, Judy
Course Type: Lecture/Lab
Term: 1st Half
Semester: Fall
Dates: Aug. 21 - Oct. 12
Days: Wednesday
Time: 5:30-8:30 p.m.
Credits/Contact Hours: 2
Campus: Miller Campus
Amount: $407.75
See registration information in description
Course EGMT 1320/CEEM 0320
Title Lighting Applications
Prerequisite EGMT 1310
Description

Students will review terminology & lighting fundamentals, IES illuminance selection procedures, evaluate lighting systems, luminaries & associated components, perform illuminance calculations including point by point, lumen & computerized procedures.

 

To register for Non-Credit call 801-957-5200.
To register and receive college credit, complete the online application to SLCC and register through your MySLCC Portal using the CRN.

Section List

EGMT 1320-251/CEEM 0320-001
CRN: 45318
Instructor: Good, Jody
Course Type: Lecture/Lab
Term: 2nd Half
Semester: Fall
Dates: Oct. 16 -Dec. 11
Days: Wednesday
Time: 5:30-8:30 p.m.
Credits/Contact Hours: 2
Campus: Miller Campus
Amount: $407.75
See registration information in description

FAQs

Training highlights lighting fundamentals, audits, retrofitting, cost saving analysis, and interactions on other building components. 

Instruction incorporates both classroom lectures and hands-on activities outside of the classroom. 

Please check the Tuition & Fees Schedule. Each course is equivalent to 2 credit hours.
The Energy-Efficient Lighting Certificate consists of two courses, each course runs for 10 weeks.
Once both courses are completed your certificate will be mailed to you at the address you provided at registration. Please contact the Program Manager if your address has changed. If you are seeking an Energy Management AAS degree, a certificate will not be issued unless you request one from the Program Manager.

Registration Info

Call 801-957-5200
Lighting Courses are taught by Jody Good, a professional lighting designer and retired Principal at Spectrum Engineers in Salt Lake City. Before joining Spectrum, Jody was International Director of R&D at Strand Lighting, an international controls manufacturer. Jody is the recipient of many international awards for his work in design and sustainability.