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New Lighting Industry Academy Ambassador

The Lighting Industry Association (LIA) are proud to announce The Worshipful Company of Lightmongers have become a Lighting Industry Academy Ambassador.
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The Lighting Industry Association (LIA) are proud to announce The Worshipful Company of Lightmongers have become a Lighting Industry Academy Ambassador.

 


They join a number a number of major industry players who have already become Ambassadors and support the vision of the Academy. Championing it as a home for learning and career development. The Academy adopts a collaborative approach, offering a central point of access for lighting related learning and assurance of a consistent quality.

 

The Worshipful Company of Lightmongers are respected throughout the lighting industry and have far reaching influence. For over sixty years they have represented all sections of the lighting and electrical industry. Including lamp and luminaire manufacturers, electrical contractors, electrical wholesalers, public lighting engineers, consulting engineers, lighting designers and architects. They have an excellent education award program which complements the aims of the Academy.

 

Their commitment as an Academy Ambassador, reinforces the vision and direction the Academy will take by helping the Academy reach its full potential, support its goals and promote education and skills across the lighting community.

 

The Academy with its Ambassadors will bring skills and learning to the whole lighting community, creating opportunities and developing the lighting community for a bright and exciting future.

 

Visit www.thelia.org.uk/academy for additional information.

The Lighting Industry Association (The LIA)

About The Lighting Industry Association (The LIA)

The Lighting Industry Association (The LIA) is Europe’s largest Lighting Trade Association with a simple mission: "To strengthen the industry and promote the benefits of good quality lighting by representing all aspects of UK, EU and international legislation and standards at the highest level whilst protecting the interests of both the public and Members". The LIA was formed in January 2012 from the merger of The Lighting Industry Federation and The Lighting Association which brought together 175 years of experience in representing the industry. The LIA additionally owns and operates Lumicom, a not-for-profit WEEE Compliance Scheme that helps producers selling into the non-household market meet their regulatory obligations. Visit www.thelia.org.uk.

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