The EMC Directive Explained
The EMC Directive Explained is a one-day course providing a full understanding of the current EMC Directive 2014/30/EU, which came into force on 20th April 2016, replacing 2004/108/EC with no transition period.
It includes comprehensive guidelines on the requirements and contents of EMC documentation including Technical Documentation and the Declarations of Conformity (DoC); essential aspects of ensuring compliance with the EMC Directive.
The provisions of this Directive affect not just Manufacturers but also Authorised Representatives, Importers and Distributors in the EU. The implications of these provisions will be discussed in this course.
It is illegal to sell or operate electronic equipment or systems that are not compliant with the EMC Directive within the European Economic Area.
Bookings for this course can be made up to 7 days prior to the course start date. For bookings made closer to the start date, please call us for availability.
CPD hours | Six
Course Leader | Mark Tyndall
What is it about?
The course provides an overview of the EMC Directive and the requirements for manufacturers of in-scope apparatus.
Key subjects covered include
- What apparatus is in the scope of the EMC Directive
- How to demonstrate conformity and apply the CE Marking
- How standards can be used to demonstrate conformity
- What an EMC assessment covers
- What should be included in Technical Documentations
- Implications of the provisions of the current EMC Directive 2014/30/EU compared to the previous one it replaced (2004/108/EC)
Note: If you have already attended our Introduction to EMC course (available upon request only), please be aware that there is an overlap of approximately half a day with this course.
Who should attend?
- All those involved with EMC approvals documentation
- Engineering directors
- Approvals engineers
- Engineering managers
- Quality managers and engineers
- Manufacturers, authorised representatives, importers and distributors of in-scope apparatus
- Procurement Managers and Procurers of equipment as part of bigger projects
- The EMC Directive 2014/30/EC
- Fixed installations
- Technical Documentation, including a practical session
- Case Studies
- Aims to give delegates an understanding, enabling them to apply the knowledge acquired to their own situation
- Discuss the scope of the directive, how to demonstrate conformity and apply the CE Mark
- Explains the requirements for an EMC assessment and what should be included in Technical Documentation
- Six continuing professional development (CPD) hours* for chartered engineers or those working towards their chartered status
*Please note that the IET requirement is now 30 hours per year and can be monitored.