Post Graduate Certificate in Wireless Communications

University of Wolverhampton

Our PGCert Wireless Communications resettlement programme is accredited by the University of Wolverhampton and is the highest level of qualification available in telecommunications within the ELCAS system. The PGCert Wireless Communications is awarded 60 UCAS credit points that can be used for ongoing study for a Postgraduate Diploma or Master’s course.

We are able deliver our training, for those eligible, via ELC Funding – our ELC number is 6079.

Delivery Method

It is three weeks’ classroom based and delivery is by lectures, syndicate exercise, project based work, hands-on design and field work.

There are three modules in the programme

Wireless and Radio Engineering

Design and Implementation of Cellular Networks

Advanced Wireless Technologies

After attending the classroom instruction, you then agree to write three assignments of 4-6000 words on a subject based on each of the three weeks, you have six months to complete this task.  You chose your subject from a list of pre-selected titles. We will continue to offer support, guidance and mentoring to you throughout this process as we want to prepare you to succeed, and so far, we have been 100% successful in this.  Typically, the whole process from beginning the training to achieving full graduation takes about 12 months.

Our Results

Our courses have a proven track record of delivering results

100% Pass Rate
Pass rate on PG Certification in Wireless Communications
98% Satisfaction
ELCAS Satisfaction from students feedback
95% Recruitment
(3R’s) Resettlement, Retrained and Recruitment candidates get a job

Statistics recorded August 2017

Career Transition Partnership Preferred Supplier

We are a preferred supplier to the Career Transition Partnership. We provide resettlement training courses for those that are due to leave HM Forces or those that want to enhance their knowledge and qualifications.

Proven Employment Track Record

ITP Logo

Our courses are endorsed by the Institute of Telecommunications Professionals and during the course we will introduce you to the ITP who will offer discounted membership which you are encouraged to take advantage of.

Most our students start new careers within weeks of completing the classroom training and complete their assignments whilst in employment.  For examples of the types of roles and salaries look at Career Opportunities.

Free Services

We understand that for you the end goal is a new career and the PGCert Wireless Communications is a stepping stone to get you there and we will do all we can to help you attain that objective, after all, most of us have stood in your shoes after our own military service.

Therefore, at no extra cost we offer several value-added services and encourage you to take advantage of these whist you are with us:

  • Job hunt strategies
  • Presentation preparation
  • Targeted technology briefings
  • Skype training sessions
  • Industry networking


If you feel that you did not grasp the concepts first time round or you need refresher training, then you are welcome to re-sit any of the course again free of charge within 18 months of attendance.

What our students think

Having read the other testimonials on the website I can whole-heartedly agree with the other Ubi-Tech grads. Ubi-Tech as a training provider is first class. The staff are exceptional and every aspect of the course is well structured, organised and delivered fantastically. Each of the 3 weeks of their resettlement training is interesting, engaging and […]
Dan Riley – Royal Signals

No minimum requirements

You do not need to be a graduate, or hold any other certificate to join our Postgraduate Certificate in Wireless Communications.

A good understanding of the radio frequency spectrum is all you need to get started.

Grant Funding

If you are Armed Forces and need financial assistance to attend the course, we can help.

Contact us to discuss Grant Funding.

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