Our aim at Wireless Education is to provide everyone everywhere with the information needed to make informed decisions about wireless technology usage and how to reduce levels of microwave radiation exposure. Our e-learning courses are tailor-made for children, parents, teachers and industry professionals who are using wireless technology at school, in the home or in the office.
Quite simply we visualise a day when:
- Children tell their parents to switch off the wireless router or turn their mobile into flight mode, because they learned about the risks at school.
- Teachers are learning about microwave radiation exposure safety as part of their continued health and safety education.
- Every parent has easy access to information about the risks of wireless technology and microwave radiation exposure, and is able to make informed decisions about the use of their family’s wireless devices.
- IT specialists work together with occupational health and facilities managers, before building Wi-Fi / 3G / 4G / 5G working environments in an office: assessing the risks and ensuring all reasonable measures are taken to create a safer working environment.
Leading Edge Learning
We work closely with the leading research institutions worldwide to ensure we are at the forefront of the latest research. We also capture the most recent legislative changes, and the current biologically-based medical recommendations in order to provide this crucial information to wireless technology users.
All our work is aligned to the guidance issued by the Vienna Medical Association, the Council of Europe, RNCNIRP, Building Biology Standards SBM-2015 and EUROPAEM EMF 2016.
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The team at Wireless Education
Cecelia Doucette: Director, Education Services
Cece is a technical and professional writer by trade, who helped the first public school district in the United States adopt Best Practices for Mobile Devices. Cece also worked with her public library to become the first in the nation to host a film series on Electromagnetic Radiation and Health, and to put on loan a microwave radiation detection meter for residents to borrow. She further collaborated with legislators in Massachusetts to introduce a number of bills addressing wireless radiation and public health, and worked with her Department of Public Health to draft EMF Fact Sheets. Cece is humbled by the opportunity to help educate global citizens through on-line course development and promotion with Wireless Education.
Mikko Ahonen (PhD): Trustee, Research & Development
Mikko worked as a researcher at the University of Tampere in Finland for over 20 years and is currently a post-doctorate researcher at the Mid Sweden University. Over the past decade Mikko has immersed himself in bioelectromagnetics research and was previously involved in the world’s largest mobile learning research and development project, EU IST MOBIlearn. He has written many scientific publications which focus on risk-management of electromagnetic fields (EMFs) in schools and workplaces. Additionally, Mikko has conducted EMF surveys and delivered risk management workshops and webinars for both corporate and educational organisations. He also brings experience in educational technology, videoconferencing and information systems.
Lynne-Anne West: Director, Communication Services
Lynne-Anne has worked in both the private and not-for-profit sectors, with more than 15 years’ experience in marketing services, communications and public relations. Her forte is in marketing communications services including branding, design and awareness campaigns. Corporate social responsibility is at the core of each organisation she represents and Lynne-Anne is dedicated to bringing this to Wireless Education.
Gabriel Avram (PhD): Consultant, Research & Development
Professor Gabriel Avram serves with Wireless Education as a consultant and technical advisor. Gabriel originally completed his PhD in microwave technology before embarking on a career in this specialist field. He now has 35 years’ experience in microwave research and development, and holds more than 30 patents. Gabriel owned and managed a microwave testing laboratory in Europe for many years. He specialises in complex technical projects at an enterprise level and is a true subject matter expert.
Brett West: General Manager
Brett spent his first four working years as a fire and rescue emergency medical technician (EMT) in Cape Town, South Africa before changing careers. For the past 20 years Brett has worked in Information Technology. While serving as an interim IT director for a major construction company, he was responsible for designing and deploying wireless technology solutions for construction sites across England. As part of a due diligence exercise, he discovered the research on the subject of wireless technology and human biological effects. Brett has since studied this field intensively, and is now dedicated to the technical development and online delivery of technology safety education.