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Serving in a communications role with UK Armed Forces?

Find out how you can formalise your experience and training with an accredited and industry recognised Post Graduate Certificate in Wireless Communications 

Ubi-Tech is inviting you to join our webinar for the Armed Forces Thursday 7th April 2022 aimed at introducing you to our Post Graduate Certificate in Wireless Communications. 

Join Us:
Thursday 7th April 2022

1300-1400

Hosted by Ubi-Tech’s Training and Operations Lead, Adrian Davies

Live Q&A session

To register please sign up here or email: ubi@ubi-tech.co.uk  

Ubi-Tech provides soldiers with the the opportunity to complete a full Post Graduate Certificate in Wireless Communications accredited by the University of Wolverhampton and recognised by industry. We have years of experience working in partnership with the Royal Corps of Signals and Royal Logistics Corps to deliver an advanced training package designed to meet the requirements of defence communication operatives across the services. Programme content has been developed in line with the MOD, involving theory and hands on learning across a range of communication technologies, facilities, and networks.

QUALIFICATION

Level 7 Post Graduate Certificate in Wireless Communications, accredited by the University of Wolverhampton.

ELCAS FUNDING

The courses are funded in the main by your ELCAS funding (ELCAS number available on request). Remember the individual has a mandatory 20% personal contribution to make. You are also able to fully self fund the course.

WANT TO LEARN MORE? 

If you are looking to take your next steps towards enrolling on our Post Graduate Certificate in Wireless Communication  visit our PGCert course overview page for  COURSE DETAILS  

QUESTIONS? 

Read our handy FAQ’s or contact us directly ubi@ubi-tech.co.uk or telephone 01527 529750

ENQUIRIES & UPCOMING COURSE DATES:

Visit our online enquiry page for a full list of upcoming course dates.

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