The Science of Lighting and Basic Electricity is the first webinar in the series of three, one-hour webinars to provide a technical foundation for students sitting for the LC exam. While the LC exam covers a much broader list of subjects than being presented here, this LC Exam Prep series is being offered to provide a foundation upon which additional required topics can be explored and mastered. The NCQLP web site provides the “Candidate Handbook”, which can be downloaded and should be studied to understand the breadth, depth and makeup of the exam.
In this webinar, you will learn:
Attendance of this webinar series does not guarantee passing the exam.
David has 35 years of service this year with GE. He came to GE as a student co-op in HID engineering in 1981; he took a full time position in 1983 after graduating with an electrical engineering degree from Cleveland State University. In his career with GE, David has served as a Design Engineer for Metal Halide Lamps and as a Project Leader in Compact Fluorescent Lamps. Fort ten years, Dave served as Product Service Engineer for HID lamps and ballasts. He is a member of the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA), and is Lighting Certified (LC) by NCQLP. David joined The Institute staff in 2009. Hobbies include Amateur Radio, Lionel Trains and cabinet making.