The effect of radio transmissions on health has been studied extensively, leading to international standards for network antennas and exposure limits for workers and the public. Despite the ever-growing body of scientific knowledge, many people continue to be concerned about electromagnetic fields (EMFs) and their impact on health.
This four-week self-paced course looks at the state of the science, standards for mobile technologies, regulatory compliance, and public awareness and education.
- Understand public concerns and the accumulated knowledge about the health effects of EMFs.
- Learn about internationally accepted safety requirements for radio transmissions.
- Learn how to respond to public safety concerns and increase awareness of the science.
Who Should Enrol on this Course?
- Individuals who have recently moved into a regulatory position and need to gain insights into people’s concerns about radio signals and health.
- Regulatory or legal professionals who need to respond to public safety concerns and increase awareness of the science.
- Entry and mid-level engineering staff who need to understand the policy and regulatory aspects of radio signals and health.
Course Structure and Study Time
This self-paced course consists of six sessions and you will gain access to all of them as soon as you complete your enrolment.
It should not take you more than two to three hours of study time per week to complete the course in four weeks. You will have, however, seven weeks to complete the course.
Course Completion Certificates
To qualify for a course completion certificate, you will have to view all of the course sessions and correctly answer all of the quiz questions you will find as you progress through the sessions. You will also need to fill out the course survey. You will have unlimited attempts to pass the quizzes.
The course fee is US$790.