COVID-19 Toolkit

This toolkit provides members with a mix of advice, guidance and support from the SCTE in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.


A new move

The November 2020 issue of the Society’s journal, “Broadband”, will be the last issue to be edited by our managing editor, Sara Waddington. She has decided to take up new challenges after working with the SCTE for the past twelve years.

“Sara has been pivotal in driving forward the SCTE’s publications, lectures and international partnerships/initiatives over the last twelve years and we wish her every success. We will miss her greatly and it will be a hard job to replace her skills, dedication and personality,” commented Anthony Basham, SCTE President and Chair of the Training Committee.

sara waddington s“I deeply value the time spent and friendships made during my twelve years with the SCTE and it has been a privilege to represent the Society over this time,” added Sara Waddington. “I will, of course, support the transition process until the end of the year as the SCTE finds a new managing editor.”

Founded in 1945, the SCTE (Society for Broadband Professionals) is a Learned Society and non-profitmaking organisation whose aim is to raise the standard of broadband engineering in the telecommunications industry. It celebrates its 75th anniversary this year. The Society particularly concerns itself with the training and career advancement of technical professionals in the field.

SCTE training courses have gained wide acceptance as the standard for young technicians wishing to enter the field of cable telecommunications and for those wishing to advance their knowledge and career prospects. As a Learned Society, the SCTE provides accreditation and certification for its members, giving them professional standing within the industry. See  

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