Straight talk from the evaluation forms at the end of each course. This course has been held since 2004 in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, France, Switzerland, Argentina, Brazil, Turkey, Germany, and several other places. Hear what the participants say about it.
UK: Open course in Ringwood | December 2018
Definitely a very good course where I learned a lot.
– Christopher Gautun
Turkey: Open course in Ankara | October 2018
This course gives an excellent information to a hardware designer in many ways.
Germany: Open course in Munich | January 2018
The trainer is an expert and the topic is very useful as you get all the critical points in a short time.
– Salvodor Tropea
Engineers need to know this stuff!
– Carl-Johan Larsson
No matter what field you work in, the course has a great span and everybody will learn something!
– Anna Johansson
Germany: Open course in Munich | January 2017
New things to learn that can’t be taught in university. Very useful when it comes to design of PCB.
– Boukhe Lifa
Brazil: On-site course at CPQD | April 2013
Definitely recommended! Concepts are clearly explained and labs are good to make you “think”.
Argentina: On-site course at INTI | April 2013
Recommended because high speed PCB design is fundamental for new electronic devices.
– David Caiwso
France: On-site course at Continental | May 2013
Recommended. Main key points for high speed design clearly explained.
I will recommend this course to other colleges. We use new high speed technology and I think it’s important for all to have this knowledge.
– Frerek Bajou
Norway: On-site course at Projection Design | Feb 2013
Important common design errors are highlighted. Recommended.
Norway: Open course in Oslo | Oct 2012
Recommended? Yes. Absolutely. Improves SI competences for all in my team.
Well balanced course. Extremely easy to understand English .Thank you!
Denmark: Open course in Aalborg | Oct 2012
Recommended as a good and thorough introduction to SI. Now we need to put it to practice.
– Lars Westergaard, Cobham
Ends all the myths of PCB layout. Recommended.
– Torben Rasmussen, Welltec
And many many more going all the way back to about 2004 when this course was given for the first time. Obviously, the course has developed a lot since then and even with a lot of positive recommendations, it would not be fair to show them so many years later.