2015 OSM Spectrum Management Training Classes

NTIA Spectrum Management Course

Open to U.S. Government Employees and Federal Contractors

This five day course is designed for new spectrum managers and those whose work requires a basic understanding of the spectrum management field.  Students are given a basic level introduction to Federal spectrum management processes, procedures and techniques. The course also includes presentations on spectrum management terminology, and provides a basic technical overview of spectrum characteristics and management principles; the NTIA equipment and system certification, and frequency assignment processes and procedures; an overview of spectrum management and analysis tools; presentations from selected Federal agencies; presentations on the latest spectrum management issues; and solving spectrum management problems. (more information here)

2015 Spectrum Management Course Schedule

May, 2015 [specific dates to be determined]
Applications will be accepted approximately two months prior to the start of the class.



United States Telecommunications Training Institute (USTTI)
Radio Frequency Spectrum Management Course

Open to Representatives of Developing Nations.

This course addresses the various elements required to plan, organize, manage, and control an effective spectrum management agency with the developing nation in mind. Participants will be introduced to spectrum management principles, national spectrum planning and policy, engineering analysis, and computer-aided techniques. In addition, the course will introduce technological and regulatory changes that have taken place over the past few years. (more information here)

USTTI Radio Frequency Spectrum Management Course Schedule

April 2015 (tentative)


EL-CID:  Spectrum Certification for Today

Open to U.S. Government Employees and Federal Contractors

The Equipment Location-Certification Information Database (EL-CID) was developed to provide an automated tool to support electronic processing of spectrum certification requests at NTIA. The database structure and design is based upon the new comprehensive database (the OSM Data Dictionary) being developed at NTIA to replace the GMF database that is currently used to support various spectrum management activities, particularly the frequency assignment process. (more information here)