NEW YORK, July 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The IEEE Communications Society's Wireless Communication Engineering Technologies (IEEE WCET®) Certification Exam will be proctored 27 September – 24 October at more than 4600 Pearson VUE testing centers located in nearly 200 countries around the world.
The IEEE WCET Certification Exam is a leading global credential for the certification of real-world expertise across multiple wireless engineering disciplines and was developed by global wireless industry experts to provide a vendor-neutral and transnational method to quantify wireless knowledge.
In preparation for the exam, a 4 Day Intensive Wireless Training package is available now through 11 September 2015. The course package includes admission to the current WCET exam test, a free online practice exam, a copy of the instructor's PowerPoint® slides and A Guide to the Wireless Engineering Body of Knowledge (WEBOK), 2nd Edition.
Led by Alan Bensky, an IEEE certified Wireless Communication Professional with over 30 years of experience, the 4 Day Intensive Wireless Training Course will cover all seven areas of the IEEE Communications Society's WCET Certification exam: RF engineering, propagation and antennas; access technologies; network and service architecture; network management and security; facilities infrastructure; agreements, standards, policies and regulations; as well as fundamental knowledge.
Individuals completing the course will receive two IEEE Continuing Education Units (CEU's), the equivalent of 20 Professional Development Hours.
Register online at www.ieee-wcet.org by 11 September 2015.
For more information on the entire IEEE Communications Society Training course schedule, including pricing, registration and deadline details, visit www.comsoc.org/training.
The IEEE Communications Society promotes the advancement of science, technology and applications in communications and related disciplines. With almost 30,000 members and 200 chapters worldwide, the Society fosters the presentation and exchange of information among its members and the technical community.
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