Universal Lighting Launches Online Learning Modules


Universal Lighting has launched an e-Learning Center for contractors, end users, lighting designers and distributors. The new website provides a variety of online training opportunities. Individuals can sign up for any number of educational modules free of charge, and then learn at their own pace.

Registering for the new e-Learning Center takes less than 30 seconds. Anyone is welcome to join by visiting www.universalballast.com . Once a new member has logged into the site, a few clicks of the mouse is all it takes to start one of three online training modules: Ballast Basics I, Ballast Basics II, or a Universal Lighting Products Overview. Each of these courses is divided into four simple classes for the user’s convenience. Additional modules will be added to the Web site on a regular basis. An Online tutorial for the AddressPro digital dimming system is also available.

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