School of Electronic Engineering Courses

Electronics engineering involves an intimate knowledge of the behaviour of electrons to develop components, devices, systems or equipment. There are many subfields such as biomedical engineering, power electronics, digital signal and image processing. In common with all of the Schools within the IDC, students in this field require a multi-disciplinary approach. Demand is assured for trained personnel in various engineering fields who also have a strong knowledge in the industrial applications of electronics.

Students in IDC Technologies' school of Electronics Engineering may specialise in subjects such as power electronics, switch mode power supply design, specification and technical writing, digital signal processing, embedded controllers, data acquisition systems and technologies, shielding, EMC/EMI noise reduction and analog/digital design and circuit board layout.

Biomedical engineering is the synergy of many facets of applied science and engineering. The advanced diploma in biomedical engineering provides the knowledge and skills in electrical, electronic engineering required to service and maintain healthcare equipment. You will develop a wide range of skills that may be applied to develop software, instrumentation, image processing and mathematical models for simulation. Biomedical engineers are employed in hospitals, clinical laboratories, medical...

The objective of this course is to give you practical know-how in designing, installing, commissioning, maintaining and troubleshooting analog and digital CCTV systems. The poor quality of CCTV images often seen, doesn't inspire much confidence in the technology. However the purpose of this course is to ensure you apply best practice in all your work with CCTV systems. W ith the recent terrorist outrages in London and other cities, CCTV systems have been essential as a key tool in...

This course gives you a fundamental understanding of the basic components that form a SMPS design and the installation, operation and troubleshooting of variable speed drives. You will understand how the selection of components affects the different performance parameters and operation of the SMPS. Typical practical applications of VSDs in process control and materials handling, such as those for pumping, ventilation, conveyers, compressors and hoists are covered in detail. The course also...

Digital Signal Processing (DSP) is the capture, analysis and manipulation of an analogue signal by a digital computer. The integration of DSP software and hardware into products across a wide range of industries has necessitated the understanding and application of DSP by engineers and technicians.

This Professional Certificate of Competency begins with the introduction of DSP from a practical point of view using a minimum of mathematics. The emphasis is on the practical aspects of DSP...

The Professional Development Series of courses provide practical trainng for those that want to learn new skills or enhance existing skills. 

Each 3 month training course provides direct skills that can be applied in your workplace.

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