Legrand offers free CPD accredited seminars for specifiers including architects and consultant engineers. Our dedicated team has a wealth of industry experience covering all of Legrand’s key product areas: cable management, door entry, home automation, products for industrial applications, lighting control and power distribution solutions.
Seminars can be carried out at our Birmingham head office or delivered in client premises anywhere in the UK and Ireland.
The following CPDs have been assessed and independently certified by the Construction CPD Certification Service:
Digital revolution - What can automation deliver?
An introduction to automation, specifically considering entertainment, control, comfort, security and energy saving functionality.
Delivering residential automation
An introduction to residential automation, specifically considering entertainment; control; comfort; security and energy saving functionality.
Specifier’s guide to door entry systems
An overview of the issues specifiers of door entry systems need to consider when designing these kinds of security systems.
Guide to lighting management solutions - Sensors and controls
This seminar provides an overview of the issues specifiers of lighting management systems (sensors and controls) need to consider when designing these kind of solutions.
Specification guide to industrial enclosures
This seminar provides an overview to ensure the correct and safe specification of industrial enclosures to meet the robust needs of commercial, hygiene and industrial installations.
Specification guide to industrial plugs and sockets
This seminar provides an overview of the safe specification of industrial plugs and sockets (International Power Connectors) to meet the robust needs of industrial installations.
Guide to selecting and installing cable management floor systems
This seminar gives an introduction to the benefits and varying types of cable management flooring systems and best practice guidance on selecting and installing floor systems.
Cable management - overhead systems
This seminar covers all types of overhead cable management systems and gives an introduction to selecting the correct system, duty, finish etc.
Guide to specifying and designing a metallic trunking system
This seminar gives delegates an understanding of all types of surface trunking systems and gives guidance on specifying the right system, design criteria, installation and inspection.
Installation and specification of cable ladder and cable tray systems
This seminar examines the structural characteristics, support systems, materials and finishes of cable ladder and cable tray.
Busbar versus cable installations
A guide to busbar systems, specifically in comparison with cable systems covering the advantages of busbar trunking, the advantages of using aluminium instead of copper conductors and typical installation examples.
Guide to specifying medium voltage transformers
An introduction to medium voltage transformers, specifically discussing issues relating to cast resin transformers (CRT’s) including guidance on the types of transformer available and the design criteria.
Delivering flexibility and control to commercial lighting solutions
An introduction to commercial lighting systems specifically reviewing lighting system options including lighting installations, lighting adaptability, upgrading and control.
Delivering flexible and adaptable office space
An introduction to commercial power track systems specifically in comparison with other underfloor electrical systems covering the need for flexible office space and installation options for underfloor electrical systems.
GUIDE TO BUSBAR TRUNKING SYSTEMS
This seminar provides an aid to the interpretation of the standards to which busbar trunking systems are designed, safely installed and used. The presentation looks at busbar applications, types, components and performance as well as installation and testing.
Internet of Things (IoT) - Real life applications
This presentation addresses real life examples of the Internet of Things and explores how IoT technologies and innovations will impact our daily lives both now and in the future.