The constant evolution of the European legislation and of lighting standardization forces companies to increase resources to stay up-to-date.
To facilitate companies in this activity, ASSIL offers over 30 courses in class (c/o ASSIL offices in Milan) and online, which are freee of charge for member companies. Also non-member companies and professionals can participate to ASSIL’s trainings, with participation fees according to ASSIL’s price list.
All the trainings can also be performed directly at companie's headquarters. Furthermore ad hoc trainings can be organized according to companies' specific needs.
For standard and ad hoc courses c/o corporate headquarters, application must be submitted to the Secretary (+39 02.97373352) which, subject to availability of teachers will elaborate an offer according to the price list.
For all the details related to content, scheduling of meetings and fees please contact our Secretary.
From 2017 ASSIL, in collaboration with AIDI (Italian Lighting Association) promotes “Formazione in Luce”, the joint cultural project developed to update and train the actors in the lighting supply chain, with particular attention to lighting designers.
The educational project represents the first step of a broader strategic collaboration, signed through a Memorandum of Understanding between the two Associations, with the aim of promoting the development and maintenance of quality industry, quality professionals and quality market.
Furthermore, to support its educational and training objectives, ASSIL organizes meetings and conferences dedicated to the most significant issues and news for the lighting world, with the involvement of important and representative stakeholders.
An example is Lighiting Open Day, a moment of in-depth study aimed at illustrating to all the operators who want to deepen the technical trend topics the most current issues in the standardization and legislative field. The Association also promotes meetings to track the state of the art of technological evolution and illustrate new challenges and opportunities for the lighting world.