Date: 11th February 2011
February 11th 2011 - NEW:UK 2011 is pleased to announce details of the ‘State of the ART’ Seminar programme running at this year’s event on 12th – 13th April 2011 in the Pavilion of the NEC.
The NEW:UK 2011 seminars programme will deal with subjects across the breadth of the electronics industry and therefore fits well with the extended exhibitor list.
These seminars are free to attend and will cover key topics, up to the minute industry trends and look at UK electronics as an industry and address ways to improve and develop your business methods.
The seminars feature companies such as:
• Rohde & Schwarz
• ST Micro, RS Components
With titles spanning from
• ‘Advanced manufacturing for the electronics industry’
• ‘The growing movement in open source hardware’
• ‘The untapped potential - increasing the opportunities for people with disability in the electronics sector’
• ‘Rapid prototyping for microcontrollers’
• ‘Lowest price, highest performance, broadest range of Cortex M MCU’s. What can I do with that?’
NEW:UK 2011 has something for everybody involved in the UK electronics sector both within our seminar content and our exhibiting companies with their wide range of products and services.
Commenting on this seminar programme, National Electronics Week Event Director, Claire Saunders, explains “Peoples time is valuable so when they come out of the office they need to ensure their best return on their time, we therefore feel it is essential to have an educational stream to our event. These seminars help to reinforce the skills and strengths of UK electronics, offering our industry opportunities to improve on what is already seen worldwide as a leading force in quality, reliability and expertise."
For a full list of seminars and to pre-register free for this event visit our website -
or call us on + 44 1483 420 229
Advanced Rework Technology is a fully independent training organisation who have delivered training courses since 1988. They are one of the few fully accredited IPC certification centres in the world, ART provides a variety of electronics companies with IPC-certificated training at both instructor and operator level. Training is carried out using the latest equipment for soldering and rework of printed circuit boards while, an independent consultancy, the organisation can also provide valuable advice on specialist electronics equipment.
National Electronics Week - If you thought you knew what NEW UK represented you need to take another look. We shine the spotlight on sectors such as embedded systems and software, rapid prototyping, component manufacturing, component distribution, power supplies, capital equipment, PCB equipment manufacturers and services and board manufacturers plus many more. If you are a involved in the UK electronics industry then NEW UK is the show you must be at.
+ 44 1483 420229