MaxLite is Educating the Lighting Industry

MaxLite has created the “MaxLite Lighting and Technology University” (MLTU) to help utilities, distributors, specifiers, customers, and other industry professionals beter understand the latest developments in the lighting industry. MLTU will develop and deliver seminars, webinars, video conferences, and other presentations on the latest LED lighting technologies.

“Our presentations on LED lighting technology are very topical,” said MaxLite Director of Product Marketing Pat Treadway. “Many of our customers and colleagues are interested in learning about the most current aspects of lighting and technology, regulations, rebates, and products that will help them drive sales and improve their bottom line.”

The MLTU provides up-to-date product information on MaxLite’s MaxLED line of luminaires and lamps, as well as Induction, HighMax and CFL products, and general and energy-efficient lighting technologies and their applications.

The University also provides training to new hires, manufacturer representatives, and attendees at lunch-and-learn events. Webinars are hosted on the third Thursday of each month, in which thousands of electrical distributors, utility workers, and facility managers are invited. MaxLite’s Webinar Library features many topics including: LED Parking Garage and Fuel Station Fixtures; Induction Lighting; Commercial Outdoor Lighting; LED Flat Panels; and more. PowerPoint slides, Q & A sessions, and videos are also available.

In the future, the MLTU plans to offer continuing education units (CEU) to attendees at select events.

MaxLite has already delivered presentations to a broad range of lighting and energy professionals across North America. DOTs, IES chapters, university officials, municipalities, factory managers, lighting distributors and specifiers, and other key business executives, administrators, and public officials have attended events. MaxLite is planning an extensive schedule of events throughout the year, and custom sessions are available upon request.



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