TRAINING & EDUCATION
The IEEE EMC Society has a primary mission to foster the development and facilitate the exchange of scientific and technological knowledge in the discipline of EMC. The way this goal is accomplished is through educational and training programs and through targeted interest groups.
Clayton R. Paul Global University - Taught by an international panel of educators, this course addresses developing skills for the engineer that needs an understanding of EMC and SI beyond the fundamentals.
ANSI C63 Workshops - This workshop provides an overview of the current proposed changes to the standard C63.10 for unlicensed transmitter testing and the standard C63.26 for licensed transmitter testing.
Professional Development Hours - A method by which licensed professional engineers can prove their continuing education.
EdCom - A special committee within the IEEE EMC Society formed to create educational opportunites within the organization.
IEEE Young Professionals - Members of the IEEE EMC Society that received their Bachelor degree or equivalent within the last 15 years are automatically placed in the IEEE YP. Separate functions are planned for this group.
Youth Technical Program - Youth ages 8 - 19 are invited to this free educational session with the objective of introducing youth into the world of engineering.
Students - EMC Society encourages Students to get involved in the symposium and EMC Society.