New Printed Circuit Engineering Course: PCE EDU
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- Introduction, Rick Hartley and Mike Creeden
- Printed Circuit Engineering Course: PCE EDU
- Why not PCB-EDU
- Who is this course for?
- What is contained in the course, and the inspiration behind it?
- Who authored the course and where can Design Engineers sign up?
- How will this course be proctored for certification purposes?
- PCE EDU will be offered in universities
- Closing remarks
Links and Resources:
Eptac PCE EDU Course page
PCEA (Printed Circuit Engineering Association)
Rick Hartley’s LinkedIn Profile
Mike Creeden’s LinkedIn Profile
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