Founded in 1945, the SCTE (Society for Broadband Professionals) is a non-profit making organisation whose aim is to raise the standard of broadband engineering in the telecommunications industry. The Society particularly concerns itself with the training and career advancement of technical professionals in this field. As a Learned Society, SCTE is able to provide broadband industry accreditation and certification for its members, giving them professional standing within the industry.

  • Welcome

    Welcome

    The Society for Broadband Professionals is a learned society, formed in the UK in 1945, to raise the standard of cable telecommunication engineering.
  • Benefits

    Benefits

    SCTE membership delivers many benefits, including professional accreditation and development, free show attendance, discounts on training courses, literature and much more.
  • Broadband Journal

    Broadband Journal

    The leading authoritative magazine in the international cable and broadband market.
  • Events

    Events

    Find broadband industry trade events, lecture meetings, conferences and social events.
  • Members Downloads

    Members Downloads

    Members can access the entire Broadband Magazine archive, technical documents and much more.

SCTE FTTH Conference and Exhibition Bursary

SCTE members also qualify for a 20% discount on attendance at this event. 

SCTE is offering members, who would not otherwise be able to attend, the opportunity to apply for two new 2019 bursaries for the FTTH 2019 conference and exhibition at the RAI Centre in Amsterdam (The Netherlands) from 12-14 March 2019. SCTE is giving away two places – each bursary package includes full conference registration, economy flights from anywhere in Europe and two nights’ hotel accommodation in Amsterdam. Each package is worth between £1500 - £2000.

Bursary applicants should write up to 250 words on why they would benefit from receiving this award in 2019 and email their applications to SCTE at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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