Seminar: Advanced Electromagnetic Radiation – 2020

December 6, 2020 — December 10, 2020  |  8:30am—5pm

Both this and November’s IBE 312 sessions are now filled. We have started a waiting list and will contact waiting list applicants in the event that a cancellation or cancellations create a vacancy or vacancies. To be placed on the waiting list, you may submit a deposit below which is 100% refundable should the space not open up.

IBE 312: Enrollees from all backgrounds and education levels are welcome and encouraged to attend, learn, and enjoy this 5-day seminar. This event is also one of three required seminar modules for completing EMRS certification. This event is held biennially.

This seminar is led by three co-instructors, presiding daily as a team.
(see the IBE 312 seminar syllabus here below for their bios)

Download the syllabus: synopsis, daily schedule, logistics, etc.

We have been watching the news out of New Mexico regarding the governor’s enforcement of a 14-day quarantine for anyone flying into the state, and the ban on more than five people at any indoor gathering. It appears highly unlikely that these measures will be eased any time soon, or by the end of the year.

Consequently, in keeping with our abundance of caution, and concern for the health and well-being of our students and staff, we will be moving IBE 312 lectures online, and deferring the hands-on labs to a time early next year when travel restrictions ease.

For those who are also attending IBE 212 this year, we will hold a combined workshop for 212 and 312 so you only need to make one trip to Santa Fe.

$425: Reserve your space for December 2020 (you’ll be prompted to login or create a free IBE account).
*Please note this deposit will put your name on a waiting list in the order in which it was received. We will notify you if a space opens up.

IBE reserves the right to deny/rescind enrollment, whether first-time or continuing, to students it deems to present the actual or anticipated risk of being or becoming disruptive of our program presentations, and/or a distraction for our students from what they have come to us to learn and experience.