For some situations, like group technical meetings, there is nothing that can equal in-person instruction from an industry expert. Richard’s experience in both commercial and military environments allows him to relate to his audience. So whether the group maintains high-power military radar systems, very high-power satellite systems in classified environments, or wireless or broadcast systems, Richard can prepare and deliver an effective, focused training class that is both educational and entertaining.
Onsite training is the only solution for when hands-on instruction is involved. For example, if the goal is to learn how to make measurements, this can only be accomplished on site. Frequently, a measurements class starts with a very solid half-day class typical of the online course. The afternoon session then covers instrumentation, measurement/survey techniques, and documenting a survey. The following day/half-day is spent in the field putting what is learned into practice at a site to which the customer has access. Although it is possible to set up RF sources in a classroom, there is no substitute for a real site with the real-world challenges that are often present. Richard Strickland headed the development of some of the most popular field survey equipment in the world and wrote the manuals for several models of instruments. Advanced measurement training covers issues such as measurement uncertainty and measurement artifacts.
Our new training Web site has even more information on RF safety training, including course descriptions. We now offer public sessions of our most popular LiveCast courses. If you are the only person that requires training, or you have a group of five or fewer people, these public courses are an ideal solution. Simply click on the RF Safety Training button on the left to find out more or to register online.