For the second try, fortunately, I passed the November 2010 SPLBE ECE licensure exam. Here are my tips to all EcE examinees: 1. PREPARE and DISCIPLINE YOURSELF, and have TIME MANAGEMENT (study hard). 2. BE RESOURCEFUL (use all your references, read and absorb it). 3. HAVE SELF – CONFIDENCE (you can do it) and lastly, …View full post
I really highly appreciate what the group has done to me and to my career.Being a PECE has given me the competitive edge. To me, this separates the boys from men. So we have done it, I believe you can do it, too. I may sound too proverbial but I guess this one applies: …View full post
In joining IECEP-KSA-CRC, my advocacy is to help non-licensed Electronics practitioners in preparing for the board examination and it is starting to bear fruits. The organization also played a great role that I was able to pass the PECE Board Examination and for that I am grateful. I can really testify that IECEP-KSA-CRC is a …View full post
Passing the board exam entails lot of sacrifices, you need to focus on your goal. When I passed the board exam, it added confidence in me that I have to be an Engineer in its real sense, above all my strength and my knowledge comes from God so pray fervently. – Engr. Sonnico …View full post
As I may recall, when I am reviewing for the board exams, one thing that has always been kept on my mind, that is to continue doing my best no matter what the outcome would be. In relevance to this, the highlight of the board exams is not only passing it but on …View full post
I highly recommend IECEP-KSA-CRC because of its tireless commitment of helping members to professionally develop their skills and knowledge, foster camaraderie among members and officers, and helping your dreams of becoming registered ECT,ECE and PECE. What more can I say…I’m now a registered PECE thru IECEP-KSA-CRC. – Engr. RENE RONQUILLO Sept. 2011 PECE …View full post
I thank you lord for the knowledge and courage you vested in me and to all IECEP-KSA-CRC Board of Directors, Officers and fellow members for being there always to assist, help, and guide us on how to pass the board exam. Especially to the ECT committee who conducted a free review which …View full post
Passing the Professional Electronics Engineering licensure (PECE) is a major milestones in my career development and it will not be possible without the help of our dear friends, colleagues, and family in the ECE profession. In deed, IECEP-KSA-CRC became one of my motivators, mentors, and inspiration. Becoming a PECE is not an easy task but joining hands with …View full post
I felt honored and proud. Best Practice & Experience are essential in reaching this goal and with the professional help of IECEP-KSA-CRC officers, all effort turned into a great success.” My word of thanks to IECEP family, Board of Electronics Engineering & PRC. – Engr. Nesito L. Onde Sept. 2011 PECE Board Passers, PECE Reg. No. …View full post
My viewpoint is to help and assist some electronic practitioners aspiring to pass the board exam likewise. The IECEP Organization had helped me and brought me in this level of professionalism. It is a complete success for me. My sincere gratitude to the Organization will be forever. Let us continue supporting the organization for it …View full post
Passing the board exam is not an easy task, it all depends on how you prepared for it, but if you have faith in God and determination for sure you will be successful. When I passed the board exam it changes everything, I became more responsible having the notion that I have to protect this …View full post
I have achieved my Professional Electronics Engineer (PECE) with the help of the organization of IECEP KSA CRC. The officers of IECEP KSA Riyadh has been pursuing to help fellow licensed electronics engineer to upgrade its profession to professional electronics engineer. Initially I was not aware of the PECE, it was thru joining this organization that I became …View full post
I agree with brad Ryan, no matter how big you prepare for the board exam, it is how you appreciate and acknowledge the presence of GOD. Without Him, we can do nothing. When I took the exam, I bestow to GOD all my anxiety, pressure and doubt and I am willing to accept whatever the …View full post
In today’s growing demand for information technology, from gadgets, smart phones, notepads, mobile devices, to cutting edge network equipments; the thirst for knowledge and information expands tremendously. To be able to cope up with increasing number of networking devices, the race begins to gain outline on how these equipments performins basic network connectivity to complex muti-tasking route of data packets.
IECEP-KSA-CRC , innovated ways on exposing these minute secrets and means by providing their members the highlight of the 9th technical seminar and workshop , handled by the Institute’s own resource speaker, Engr. Ryan Paul Panilo, who is also the Vice President of Education of the current year, provided the necessary topic highlights. Held at the central region of KSA, Riyadh, White Palace Hotel, on the 20th of September year 2013, IECEP-KSA-CRC 9th technical seminar and workshop entitled “Basic Networking Seminar and Workshop” pave way to enable registrants to participate and have a brief introduction to computer networks and special hands-on participation to CISCO Router and Layer 3 Switches.
Head-starting the seminar, the registration started noon with a coffee followed by an invocation by Engr. Romeo Maribao Jr, a member of Toastmaster International. Succeeding this, IECEP-KSA-CRC/PPO President, Engr. Modesto Gibas introduced the 1st speaker for “Speak and Lead with Confidence “ Succeedingly, the final resource speaker, Engr. Ryan Paul Panilo was introduced by IECEP-KSA-CRC VP-internal , Engr. Perry Camson.
Likewise, the Cisco basic seminar and workshop was presented with notes to familiarize the audience with some major points like: importance of CISCO certifications, expected compensation, national salary trends, ranking of CISCO certifications compared to other certifications ,to name a few. Computer network saga wouldn’t be complete without a brief history starting from the dawn of transistorized computers up digital network era. Internet was founded by the DOD until its own agency, ARPAnet was phased out then in 1995, NSFNET was decommissioned and started the commercial internet.
Moreover, CISCO router and switch platform was introduced vividly through an array of pictures and a series of definition, differences, function, purpose and roles in the network. Nevertheless, to fully understand the device’s layer, OSI 7 layers were included in the discussion. In addition to this, the workshop wouldn’t be called as it is without the hands-on participation from the attendees, members and non-members alike. Thus, the Institute has its own array of CISCO devices that made the audience eager to know more the functions and commands of the IOS.
The awarding of certificates was first given to Engr. Ryan Paul Panilo as a token of appreciation. Certificates of attendees were duly signed by Resource speaker himself, Secretary General, and the Institute’s president. One by one, attendees were called in front of the stage for their souvenir photos.
Successful delivery of the seminar wouldn’t be possible without the combined effort and participation of its officers, members, and staffs of Riyadh White Palace Hotel. Thus, anticipation of another advanced approach to CISCO Technical seminar and workshop would soon to follow.
Last but not the least, greatest praise and thanks to the Almighty who himself made all things possible.
God Bless and God Speed!
IECEP-KSA-CRC conducted a seminar entitled “Introduction to Long-Term Evolution” on August 30, 2013 at White Place Hotel, King Abdulaziz Road, Riyadh, KSA with around 70 attendees.
Engr. Emmanuel Yumul, EcE was the speaker of the seminar. Engr. Yumul is currently a Project Manager in a telecom firm in Saudi Arabia. He was also a business development manager in the Philippines and with a 16+ years experienced in the field of mobile communications.
Engr. Yumul started the discussion from basics communication system to understand a simple background of the technology. This refreshes the basic communication system for those who already forgot it.
The discussion is followed by Global System for Mobile Communication or simply known as GSM. Engr. Yumul discussed the GSM Architecture, protocol and standards. It also provides the evolution of GSM starting from its predecessor of 1G to 2G up to 2.5G. It also discussed about EDGE (Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution) and GPRS (General Packet Radio Service).
Afterwards Engr Yumul, discussed the Wi-Max Technology (Worldwide Technology for Microwave Access) and 3G Technology. It also provides the architecture, requirements and differences between GSM architecture. Wi-Max and 3G is part of LTE technology.
The last part of the seminar was the Long-Term Evolution. It provided the technology and concept that LTE has a long way to as it needs to achieved 1Gbps bandwidth requirements in the future.
Electronics Engineers from all across Riyadh Central Region once again gathered with the aid of IECEP-KSA-CRC last July 26 at the White Palace Hotel for a seminar and workshop on fiber Optics. The room was jam packed with more than a hundred enthusiastic Filipino engineers, all willing to learn and develop their individual technical skills.
The Resource speaker for the Seminar was Engr. Romeo C. Maribao Jr. He is originally from Pagadian, Zamboanga Del Sur and currently working at Saudi Trans Telecom as a FTTH Design Engineer. He lectured about Fiber Optics, from its theoretical perspective up to the practical real life demonstrations. He explained how the fiber optic works, what the components of Fiber optics are, the types of fiber optic cables, fiber optic tools, and a whole lot more. To summarize, it is a complete seminar and workshop package. He taught everything you needed to know about Fiber Optics from basics to advance. Engr. Romeo, being a Toast Master Certified Communicator had the attendees on the edge of their seats throughout the event. Not only were they educated, they also enjoyed. They all had the chance to witness first hand on how the Fiber optic splicing is done. Many of them were given the opportunity to try splicing Fiber optics themselves.
The second speaker Ms. Joanne Reyes from SMDC, a sponsor of the seminar, presented some of their real estate opportunities to our fellow OFW. She inspired us to regain our focus on our goals of why we are all here abroad. She inspired us to invest in something potential. Something worthwhile, while we still can.
It was a fun event and we hope to see everyone again on our future Seminars.
Congratulations Oct. 2012 ECT Board Passers
1. Juan J. Aron,ECT
2. Jerry S. Corpuz,ECT
3. Leo C. Luga,ECT
4. Samuel R. Rivadeniera,ECT
5. Edwin R. Rosell,ECT
6. James Arden I. Sua-An,ECT
Congratulations Oct. 2012 ECE Board Passer
1. Engr.Paul James N. Porlas
Congratulations Dec. 2011 ECE Board Passer
1. Engr. Lester G. De Guzman
Congratulations Oct. 2011 PECE Board Passer
1. Engr. Constantino V. Acance Jr.
Congratulations Sept. 2011 PECE Board Passers
1. Engr. Genard B. Aller
2. Engr. Romy T. Beltran
3. Engr. Jandee R. Bonifacio
4. Engr. Frederick C. Calmona
5. Engr. Anthony A. Castrojo
6. Engr. Modesto N. Gibas
7. Engr. Enrico L. Manalo
8. Engr. Glenn M. Oberes
9. Engr. Oscar F. Oliva
10. Engr. Nesito R. Onde
11. Engr. Leopoldo E. Panganiban II
12. Engr. Jose Agni C. Red
13. Engr. Rene D. Ronquillo
14. Engr. Jonathan M. Tiston
Congratulations Nov. 2010 ECE Board Passers
1. Engr. Walter Arcenal
2. Engr. Perry Camson
3. Engr. Sonnico Elsisura
4. Engr. Ryan Paul Panilo
5. Engr. Jonathan Aguilar
IECEP-KSA-CRC Basketball Team 2010
April 14, 2010