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Introduction to EMC Directive Training Course

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This course is suitable for managers/non-technical engineers who want to learn about legislation, regulations and how to achieve EMC compliance. Physics and maths are not involved in this course.

This course provides an overview of the "economic operators" (i.e. manufacturers, importers, distributors) responsibilities and how they are discharged explaining the differing requirements for apparatus and fixed installations and the compilation of Technical Documentation.

  • Managers
  • Non-technical Engineers
  • Learn the basic mechanisms of EMC.
  • Understand the essential EMC requirements of EMC Directive 2014/30/EU and CE Marking.
  • Understand the differences for UKCA Marking under UK EMC Regulations SI 2016 No. 1091.
  • Understand the differing requirements for apparatus and fixed installations.
  • Identify relevant harmonised/designated EMC standards.
  • Understand how to perform an EMC assessment where harmonised/designated standards not applied.
  • Understand what to include in the Technical Documentation for Apparatus and common errors.
  • Understand when to use a Notified Body.
  • Understand how to make a Declaration of Conformity and apply CE Marking.
  • Understand the role of a Responsible Person for fixed installations and what documentation must be held.
  • Understand special requirements for 'one-off' apparatus for given installations.
  • Identify sources of guidance and information.
  • EMC Directive and Scope: EMC Directive 2014/30/EU and CE Marking, UK Regulations SI 2016 No. 1091 and UKCA Marking, apparatus and fixed installations, exclusions, military equipment.
  • Route to Conformity for Apparatus: ANNEX II Internal Production Control, ANNEX III EU Type Examination, harmonised standards, EMC assessment, technical documentation, EU Notified Body, UK Competent Body, Declaration of Conformity, CE Marking, UKCA Marking.
  • Route to Conformity for Fixed Installation: Fixed installation criteria and examples, special essential requirements, good engineering practices, the intended use of components, responsible person, documentation requirements, specific apparatus for given installation.
  • EMC Testing: Conducted and radiated emissions, harmonics, and flicker, conducted and radiated immunity, magnetic field immunity, transient immunity, dips and interrupts, in-situ testing.
  • Guidelines and Information: EU website Europa, EMC Directive Guide, UK Regulations Guide, trade associations.
  • Course delivered by one of TÜV SÜD's leading industry experts.
  • Small class sizes enhance trainer-delegate relationship.
  • Receive globally recognised TÜV SÜD certificate upon completion.

Upon completion, you willreceive your globally recognised TÜV SÜD certificate on Introduction to EMC Directive.

TÜV SÜD additionally offers the opportunity to deliver this training as a dedicated in-house course, delivered solely to your organisation to meet your needs and requirements. To receive a quote and find out more information, please contact us at [email protected].

Min Zhang, EMC Trainer / EMC Consultant, Product Testing TÜV SÜD

Before becoming an EMC consultant, Min enjoyed a lengthy tenure as an electronics and motor drive engineer at a world-leading technology company. His journey began after earning a doctorate in electrical power. Throughout his career as a design engineer and team leader, he acquired patents and successfully launched products, some of which went on to sell millions of units annually. Since 2023, Min has been providing EMC training courses for TÜV SÜD Academy.

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From 07/10/24
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1604

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1 Day

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