Roundtable environment for a maximum of 12 delegates; giving the opportunity for full interaction, feedback, and questions for each topic.
To discuss the design criteria, regulations, and standards to help lighting manufacturers apply and demonstrate Circular Economy principles in luminaire development.
Who should attend?
The workshops are intended for Technical Managers, Design and Engineering Managers, Quality Managers, Compliance Engineers, Sustainability Managers, Marketing Managers, Product Managers, and any others that influence product design.
Agenda for the day
09:30 arrival for 10:00 start
Why Embrace a Circular Economy? How does it affect product design and how can we change our approach?
Standards and Regulations
Principles of Good Circular Design. How to design for long use, repair and upgradeability.
Finish at 16:00
The course may also be booked as an in-house, single company event – please contact us for more details.
BOOK YOUR PLACE
Follow links below to the EventBright booking form
MORE DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED
Two courses have been held to date, and more will be scheduled for later in the year.
All venues are in easy walking distance of mainline stations, to encourage attendees to join using public transport where possible.
Five minute walk from St Pancras Station
Four minute walk from Birmingham New Street Station
Ten minute walk from Leeds central station.
Recolight Producer Member £245 + VAT
Non Recolight members £395 + VAT
Refreshments & lunch included in cost
INTRODUCING YOUR TRAINER
Simon Fisher, Founder & Director of F Mark
With extensive experience, Simon Fisher is a renowned and multi-award-winning lighting product designer who has successfully delivered solutions for OEMs all over the world. He is the Founder and Director of F Mark, a design consultancy specialising in the design, development and engineering of lighting products and associated systems.
Knowledge transfer and continuous development are one of the cornerstones of Simon’s ethos and he has participated in numerous webinars about sustainability and the circular economy, subjects that he is very passionate about
Simon has previously delivered seminars and webinars on a wide range of topics relating to lighting, product design and engineering. He is a Fellow of the Society of Light and Lighting and sits on technical committees relating to circular economy and remanufacturing of lighting, both at the Lighting Industry Association and The British Standards Institution.