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Institution of Lighting Professionals


Why should you become a member of the UK's Premier Professional Lighting Organisation? The ILP is dedicated to providing the information, support and services that enable you to qualify and work to high standards in lighting.


1 Gain professional recognition through the use of post nominal letters. Demonstrate professionalism and competence to employers, associates and clients.


2 Receive the Lighting Journal, which delivers news, views and guidance for your work and career progression. 3 Receive discounts on the many events and range of technical reports published by the ILP. 4 ILP's Training and CPD Programmes ensure you are well placed to maintain and develop your skills, and progress your career. 5 Access to comprehensive technical advice on all lighting issues via technical support network. 6 ILP runs a series of technical events nationally, to which members are invited to attend. 7 Regular updates on lighting courses and training on current topics are sent to all members enabling technical competence. 8 Our extensive range of training and CPD events and conferences ensures that there are many opportunities to network with fellow lighting professionals.


9 The 7 ILP Regions give you convenient local access to fellow professionals and a range of technical and networking events. 10 Under 35? The Young Lighting Professionals (YLP) group provides a dedicated network and its own programmes just for you.


For further information on ILP membership please visit www.theilp.org.uk where you will also find joining instructions.


Society of Light and Lighting News from the key industry bodies for the lighting sector.


SLL announces Trotter Patterson Lecture with aim of


discovering “What ever happened to visual performance?”


The topic of visual performance, central to much of the history of lighting research in the 20th century, seems out of date and largely forgotten. Human factors research today has moved on to more fashionable topics associated with solid state lighting, like color


rendering, brightness appearance and biological rhythms. Despite these trends, visual performance remains a cornerstone in all lighting applications; it is, and always will be, important to see well. With modern lighting technologies and inexpensive electric energy, visual performance for interior spaces can be taken for granted. This complacency is not really valid for roadway lighting, however. Solid state lighting and controls technologies together with new insights into the link between visibility and vehicle crash safety will soon provide renewed interest the old, but fundamental research topic of visual performance.


www.sll.org.uk 50 www.a1lightingmagazine.com The Lecture


will be taking place on the 31st January at The Institute of Education in London. www.sll.org.uk


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