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A Future Direction for Lighting Education?

Innes, Malcolm


Malcolm Innes


For several years a momentum has been building behind efforts to provide some measure of the professional competence of lighting practitioners. This move is a natural progression towards the kind of professional recognition afforded to architects and engineers and is to be welcomed. Education is the foundation of professional accreditation in allied subjects like architecture. This means an education that extends from undergraduate levels, through post graduate studies and includes professional exams and continuing education to maintain skill levels even after achieving professional accreditation. Architectural lighting design has some way to go to achieve that level of educational integration.

Conference Name Professional Lighting Design Convention
Start Date Oct 30, 2013
End Date Nov 2, 2013
Publication Date 2013-11
Deposit Date Apr 9, 2014
Publicly Available Date Apr 9, 2014
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
ISBN ISBN 978-3-9811940-2-9
Keywords Architectural lighting design; lighting practitioners; design education; accreditation;
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Contract Date Apr 9, 2014


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