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Electromagnetic Field Testing

Electromagnetic Field Testing

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Electromagnetic Field Testing Course

The Electromagnetic field testing course is a 36 week online program which includes a 4 day oncampus training, that consists of three subjects – Electricity Fundamentals, Electrobiology and an elective subject (total of 360 hours) which provides the theoretical and practical knowledge that underpin the fundamentals of electricity, the various sources of electromagnetic fields that affect the built environment (AC magnetic fields and radiofrequencies), how to measure these frequencies using the latest technology, and provide effective remediation solutions to reduce exposure.

Upon successful completion, students will receive a nationally accredited Statement of Attainment. The units of competence for this course form part of the Advanced Diploma of Building Biology (10194NAT).

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