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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
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
“ “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 brings good …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
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
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 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
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 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
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
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
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
The Institute of Electronics Engineers of the Phil – KSA Central Region Chapter (IECEP-KSA-CRC) held its 9th Technical Seminar about Juniper OS and its Networking Technology on 26th September 2014 at Orchid Hotel, Riyadh KSA. Total of 59 attendees have been officially recorded during the event.
IECEP-KSA-CRC held its 1st IECEP Toastmaster Club induction of its officers and members on September 12, 2014 at Spice Village, La Sani Restaurant, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The event whose theme was “TRANSCENDS, rise above and beyond every challenges as one” is a joint induction with FILCOM-IT, and was attended by around 60 guests. The guest of honor Honorable Labor Attaché Rustico dela Fuente gave an inspirational speech about the 10 elements of creating a successful organization coupled with a short message about OFW reintegration.
The Institute of Electronics Engineers of the Philippines Inc., KSA Central Region Chapter (IECEP-KSA-CRC) held its 8th Technical Seminar about Practical Project Management on August 29, 2014 at Orchid Al Mansour Hotel, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The event was attended by around 60 participants. The seminar is a prelude of the forthcoming PMP Exam Preparatory class and one among the international certification drive by IECEP-KSA-CRC to boost the credential and value of its members in order to remain globally competitive.
The Institute of Electronics Engineers of the Philippines Inc., KSA Central Region Chapter (IECEP-KSA-CRC) held its 7th Technical Seminar about Advanced Fiber Optics Technology and Workshop on July 25, 2014 at Tulip Inn, Al-Batha, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The event have attracted more than 70 participants, both members and non-members, who wanted to experience the actual hands-on training on fiber optics technology.
The Institute of Electronics Engineers of the Philippines KSA Central Region Chapter (IECEP-KSA-CRC) held its 4th Mid-Year Convention on Jun 20, 2014 at Golden Tulip Hotel Al Nasiriah, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The 1 day 12-hour event, which is 1st time in IECEP-KSA-CRC history with that long hour of duration, was attended by 51 participants who flocked together to hear the latest update and information about Continuing Professional Development (CPD), Electronics Engineering Law RA9292, ASEAN Qualifications Reference Framework (AQRF), and other hot issues in the profession. The event was also full-packed and jammed by 3 main technical seminars; namely, Technopreneurship: Engineering Perspective by Engr. Jonathan Tiston, Building and Hosting Your Own Website by Engr. Modesto Gibas, and Mobile Apps Development by Engr. Jandee Bonifacio.
IECEP-KSA-CRC conducted twin technical seminars on Android Application Development & Building Industry Consulting Services International (BICSI) Application on 30 May 2014 at Seteen Palace Hotel, Riyadh. The event was attended by around 40participants who are eager to learn the android application development as this is the trend in the apps market and Building Industry Consulting Services International (BICSI) Application which emerged as one of the popular international standards.
The Institute of Electronics Engineers of the Philippines, Inc. – KSA Central Region Chapter (IECEP-KSA-CRC) held its 3rd Technical Seminar about Electrical Safety Test Standards and Practices in Biomedical by Engr. Mohammed Khan coupled with Stock Market Investing by Engr. Jandee Bonifacio on March 28, 2014 at Seteen Palace Hotel, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
IECEP-KSA-CRC conducted its 2nd Technical Seminar for year 2014 on Nurse Call and Other Low Current System & Biomedical Engineering on 28 Feb 2014 at Seteen Palace Hotel. The event was attended by around 56 participants who are mostly electronics practitioners but there are also medical staffs and biomedical engineers including one Jordanian national. The 1st topic “Nurse Call and Other Low Current System” was delivered by Engr. Jeff N. Selvin, an Indian national, while the 2nd topic “Biomedical Engineering” was delivered by Engr. Modesto Gibas, IECEP-KSA-CRC governor.
Engr. Jeff talked about the latest on clinical engineering, a branch of biomedical engineering, where he showcase the Hill-Rom products particularly the Nurse Call system, an IP based communication devices used in the hospital’s rooms so that patients and nurses or doctors can easily communicate. He also talked about infant security and the use of RFID technology to avoid mixing or exchange of babies with the wrong mothers and other for securities purposes. He talked as well about other low current system even about automatic alarms if a nurse for example didn’t washed their hands.
Engr. Moody talked about the interdisciplinary fields of biomedical engineering, from basic physiology of human body to advance biomaterials or tissue engineering. He gave also new applications of 3d printers in artificial organ production and shown videos of actual use of bionic hands as one of the biomechatronics applications. He enumerated majority if not all the different medical equipments being use in the hospitals.