New Zealanders looking to become an Approved Radio Certifier (ARC) or Engineer (ARE) can soon access workshops through Radio Spectrum Management.
Extreme heat is an Australian summer staple, but working in heat can pose significant health and safety risks, Safe Work Australia warns.
A $14.8 million contract has been signed for construction works under the Defence Force School of Signals Redevelopment Project.
Legislation, if passed, would provide up to US$20 million for job training programs for communications tower service, construction and maintenance.
The Australian telecommunications industry is no longer facing a shortage of qualified trade workers, according to the Department of Jobs and Small Business.
The EMC Technologies Melbourne labs have now been accredited for a wide scope of safety and environmental testing.
Omnitronics consoles have passed certification testing on the Tait Technology Partner Program.
The CQUniversity emergency and disaster management courses are designed for participants looking to give their emergency and disaster management career an edge.
Macquarie University and Analog Devices will jointly educate the next generation of design engineers to meet the demands of the wireless revolution.
The American National Standards Institute has approved a revised American National Standard (ANS) on training standards.
New model rules for TV white space (TVWS) technology have been published by the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance (DSA).
The testing format for Wi-FAR certification has been expanded by the WhiteSpace Alliance.
Changes to licence fees will be the result of the Radio Spectrum Fees Framework Review in New Zealand.
The Radio Spectrum Management website has listed a number of interactive guides that can help users to determine which license type they require.
The Tait Radio Academy has added a new course that examines best practice for radio users.