A series of EMC, safety and compliance courses
Euro-engineer Keith Armstrong will be in Australia-New Zealand until July 2007 to present a series of up-to-date EMC courses to industry and the public, sponsored by EMC Technologies.
The courses will cover EMC, safety and other aspects of regulatory compliance.
The courses will be presented in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth plus Auckland and Christchurch.
The specialist courses will be presented in convenient modules ranging from introductory to advanced level, also included will be sessions on the new EMC Directive which will be enforced in July 2007, the WEEE/RoHS Directives, the EMF Directives and the proposed 2nd Edition to the Low Voltage Directive.
Plain English and simple mathematics are used to describe practical methods proven to have great benefits for quickly achieving compliance at low cost. There will be an emphasis on emerging EMC and signal integrity design challenges associated with the latest types of ICs and co-located GPS/WLAN devices.
For further information, visit www.emctech.com.au.
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