Signature training course moves to historic radio heartland
Nov 27, 2018 by Training blog


TagsBBC, Training

The dates for Understanding Modern Spectrum Management are confirmed; our trainers feature leading spectrum policy experts; and we have another announcement: the April course has moved to a picturesque central London location at the heart of radio history.

Bush House in central London was for many years the home of the BBC World Service, broadcasting to over 200 countries around the world. Next door is Marconi House, where in 1922 the radio pioneer started the 2LO station which soon became the British Broadcasting Corporation.

Bush House is now owned by King’s College London, and their newly updated facilities will provide the venue for the course.

The location may be historic, but the course concentrates on the latest developments in spectrum policy. Highlights include:

  • A thorough grounding in the radio spectrum and its application
  • 5G: possibilities, challenges, licensing and economics
  • Spectrum sharing: a new paradigm in spectrum management?
  • Insight from world experts including Professors Martin Cave and William Webb
  • A chance to interact with colleagues from other countries and sectors
  • Comprehensive pack of learning materials

Download the brochure here and register now to take advantage of the £250 early bird discount.

For the historians among you, here’s more about 2LO and the BBC at Bush House.