ETA Education Forum 2012 Call for Presentations

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ETA International is currently seeking knowledgeable and articulate subject matter experts to present at the 2012 ETA Education Forum.

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Education Forum 2012

The Electronics Technicians Association International (ETA) has officially released a call for presentations for its 2012 Education Forum. The ETA Education Forum is a world-class technical education conference that provides educators and technicians from around the world the opportunity to obtain valuable, affordable workshops in various fields. This year’s Education Forum will take place October 15-20, 2012 in Greencastle, Indiana at The Inn at DePauw and Event Center.

ETA is seeking knowledgeable and articulate subject matter experts to enrich the robust lineup of sessions. Topics of interest include but are not limited to: gaming and vending technology; electric vehicle technology; photovoltaic; fiber optics; data cabling; photonics; precision optics; renewable energy; robotic; avionics – including electronics and cabling basic electronics; computers – including wireless networks, network systems and electronics security networking; communications – including B-VoIP, satellite, RADAR, telecommunications, and wireless; biomedical; smarthome technology – including audio/visual, alarm – security, home area networks, and consumer and residential electronics; customer service; STEM education; and workforce development.

All proposals must be submitted to ETA by the April 15, 2012 deadline. For more information on submitting a proposal for consideration please contact Chrissy Baker at (800) 288-3824 or cbaker(at)eta-i(dot)org. Information is also available on the event website at http://www.educationforum.info.

Download this press release at http://www.eta-i.org/pr/ETACallForPresentations.pdf.

ETA® International - Founded in 1978, the Electronics Technicians Association, International is a not-for-profit professional association fostering excellence in electronics through certification. The association’s initiatives are to provide a prominent certification program of competency criteria and testing benchmarks that steer international electronic standards and renowned professional electronics credentials. Today, ETA has issued over 115,000 technical certifications addressing more than 80 certification programs in a variety of electronics fields. The association consists of over 5,000 members, 625 Subject Matter Experts (SME’s) serving on various Industry Advisory Committees, and 1,010 Exam/Certification Administrators (CA’s). (http://www.eta-i.org).

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