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ProSource Announces Lighting Technology Certification

Customized content is available exclusively in ProSource University.

ProSource has announced the launch of the ProSource Lighting Technology Certification program. Lighting is a $44 billion annual category in the U.S. alone, and lighting fixtures are fundamentally changing the worlds of integration and controls. ProSource has developed a plan to accelerate growth in the category for its members. The customized content by David Warfel, and Mark Langston, both of Light Can Help You, for Level 1 Certification is available exclusively in ProSource University, a proprietary LMS platform introduced earlier this year. The program was developed in collaboration with the ProSource Lighting Committee and is supported by ProSource vendor partners.

Lighting Technology Certification Modules

  • M0: ProSource Lighting Technology Certification
  • M1: Lighteracy 101 – Client Foundations
  • M2: Lighteracy 201 – Integrator Foundations
  • M3: Happier & Healthier – Light & Wellness
  • M4: Designer’s Brushes – Lighting Fixtures
  • M5: Designer’s Canvas – Lighting Plans
  • M6: In the Zone – Controls
  • M7: The Industrial Complex
  • M8: Purchasing & Restocking

Level 2 curriculum is a live, hands-on Lighting Lab experience that will be hosted at a permanent location to be announced later this year. To kick off the program, ProSource is hosting a Lighting Technology Certification virtual launch event to guide members on how to get started with a 30-minute webinar.

Sherry Dantonio, ProSource director of membership and education, comments, “I am very excited for the launch of the ProSource LTC program, exclusively available through ProSource University, which has been made possible with the generous support of American Lighting, Coastal Source, Colorbeam, DMF Lighting, Savant, Vantage, and WAC Lighting. ProSource U access is free for all members now through September 30.”

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