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Kichler’s 2013 training seminars help you learn vital information about landscape lighting design, installation and maintenance.

| March 19, 2013

Kichler Lighting has announced 2013 dates for its training seminars that will focus on technical and strategic aspects of landscape lighting.

The hands-on LED Landscape Lighting Installation seminar is a two-day event for professionals looking to expand their knowledge of low-voltage LED lighting. The event will focus on design and installation of an LED lighting system, night-time photography to showcase your work, interaction, logic and reasons for layout and fixture placement, marketing your business, and more. Upon completion, participants will earn a certificate and 16 ALA certification credit hours. The fee is $150 or 15,000 Light Pro reward points, and the 2013 training dates are June 17-18, July 22-23, and August 19-20 at the Kichler World Headquarters in Cleveland, Ohio.

Two one-day seminars focusing on aesthetic design and installation, and troubleshooting and repair will take place back-to-back on March 26-27, April 23-24, May 21-22, September 24-25, October 22-23, November 12-13, and December 17-18. These seminars will also take place at the Kichler World Headquarters in Cleveland, and will cost $99 or 10,000 Light Pro Reward Points for both.

For more information on these events and how you can attend, click here.
 

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