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IESNA Mission-
"To advance knowledge and disseminate information for the improvement of the lighted environment to the benefit of society."

The Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA) was founded in 1906 to establish scientific lighting recommendations and disseminate this information to all interested parties. It is the recognized authority on lighting in North America. The Society's diversified membership includes engineers, architects, lighting designers, educators, students, contractors, distributors, utility personnel, scientists, and manufacturers. There are approximately 9,000 individual members and 400 Sustaining or Corporate members in the IESNA. The Society has over 70 technical, research, and design and applications committees to study and report on all aspects of lighting. There are over 100 IESNA Sections in the United States, Canada and Mexico. The IESNA also has hundreds of members from countries around the world.





Monthly Meeting
Presented by: IES LI
Location: Leviton Manufacturing 
201 N Service Rd  Melville, NY 11747)

Thank you to all who registered, the class is now FULL.

Date: March 4th, 2019  (Monday)
 March 18th, 2019  (Monday)
Date: March 25th, 2019  (Monday)

 April 1st, 2019  (Monday)

Time: 6pm - 8:30pm (all 4 nights)

We are offering the Fundamentals of Lighting Course as a 4-week course on Monday evenings, beginning March 4th until April 1, 2019 (Exact dates listed above). 
The course will be held at the 
Leviton Facility, 201 N Service Road, Melville, NY.  Class times will be from  6:00pm to 8:30pm.

The Society recently issued a revised version of the Fundamentals of Lighting Course and this new program covers more topics in greater depth.
It is the ideal course for those wanting a solid introduction into the science and application of light or those looking to advance their knowledge in preparation for more advanced training. 
To be successful, students should be prepared to dedicate the time needed to attend class, read the required 50-60 pages of material per class, plus work on any quizzes and assignments.
Instructors for the course will be respected lighting professionals.

Who should take the course?

  •  Engineers
  •  Sales Professionals
  •  Architects
  •  Lighting Designers
  •  Interior Designers
  •  Distributors
  •  Facilities Managers
  •  Commercial Property Managers


Full Calendar

Monthly Meeting
Presented by: --
Location: Long Island Aquarium
431 E Main St, Riverhead, NY 11901)

Date: May 2019 (Date to be confirmed)

Monthly Meeting
Location: Pennsylvania Convention Center
Philadelphia, PA USA)

Date: May 21-23, 2019


Golf Outing
Location: Stonebridge Country Club
2000 Raynors Way, Smithtown, NY 11787)

Date: June 2019 (Date to be confirmed)


For more information, contact:
Mark Plavin
Metro Area Sales

Questions or comments regarding the Web site can be sent to: Mark@MetroLtg.com
Last updated: 03/19/19