The Tait Radio Academy has added a new course that examines best practice for radio users.
ACMA has invited feedback on proposed changes to the Citizen Band Radio Stations Class Licence 2015.
Eighteen new apprentices, including some training as communications technicians, have begun work with Ergon Energy this week.
NATA accredited testing is now available from EMC Technologies.
The US National Wireless Safety Alliance has launched two industry-wide certification programs for telecommunications tower technicians.
An Airservices training program at TAFE NSW Riverina Institute has been completed by nine new graduates, giving them the skills to maintain Australia's traffic control equipment.
More than 80 employees of Hytera channel partners in Australia and New Zealand have been awarded Hytera College Training Certificates following local training.
The older generation of two-way radio dealers needs to get aboard the digital bandwagon or be left behind, said Ace Comms' Kevin Cuyler.
Day one of Comms Connect is underway, with industry experts gathered to participate in a range of technical workshops, to be followed tomorrow by the main conference and exhibition.
Twelve Airservices trainees have graduated from TAFE's Riverina Institute, skilled to work on instrument landing systems, ground-based aids for satellite navigation, radars and other navigation aids.
Inmarsat recently trained military personnel in the Pacific at a multinational event focusing on communications and interoperability in humanitarian aid and disaster response situations.
Tait Communications has launched a new course covering the P25 suite of standards for digital radio communications via its online education program, Tait Radio Academy.
If you're thinking of upskilling, the marine radio Australian Waters Qualification is now available as part of the marine radio class licence.
The ACMA's most recent marine radio update includes news on the Australian Waters Qualification, online training packages, Marine VHF Radio Certificate of Proficiency and ship radio licences.
ARCIA is asking those in the industry to give feedback on training and education options, with a view to boosting options for suitable courses.