We should all take a Big Bite of Humble Pie

Are resource booms responsible for our immodest approach to business? Up until recently, and for at least a decade, the prices of commodities, such as oil, had been climbing steadily in many parts of the world. This phenomenon has had a strange effect on operators; they lost perspective. The result was...

High Voltage and Substation Automation Conference - 6th & 7th May 2015 - Townsville, Queensland

IDC Technologies hosted the High Voltage & Substation Automation Conference last week on the 6th & 7th of May in Townsville, Australia.

IDC Technologies in a Nutshell

Want a break down of the type of training we offer?

IDC’s workshops and engineering short courses are not merely academic; they are designed to deliver relevant and current information in particular fields. More importantly they provide practical skills and hands-on applications...

To be Forearmed is to be Forewarned

Social Engineering (SE) is a blend of science, psychology and art. Quite separate proficiencies, but the term can be defined rather simply as...

‘Any action that influences a person to act in a way that may or may not be in his/her best interest.’


Business and Engineering, a wholly holy alliance?

I do believe that engineers are burdened professionals. They work in many key sectors and are often pushed to push parameters and find solutions. These are invariably creative, often ingenious, but not always safe or environmentally sound. They are pressed to facilitate projects quickly and cost-effectively.

Online In-house Training: 2 for 1 March Offer

Online in-house training is an effective, cheap alternate to classroom based courses saving on average 50% of the per person training cost. Save even more by booking an online in-house training session and for every two hours of training, you only pay for 1 hour. Offer is limited to the first 20 bookings.

Hazardous Areas WA Conference - 4th and 5th March, 2015 - Perth, Australia

IDC Technologies kicked off the 2015 conference calendar with the Hazardous Areas WA Conference. The event was held on March 4th & 5th at the Mercure Hotel in Perth's CBD. The conference attracted outstanding attendance, with delegates coming from across the country representing organisations such as AECOM, Waterline Projects, GHD, Gexcon, NHP Electrical Engineering, and many more.

Engineering. And Consequently Romance.

Being February, with love in the air, an article on romance is not wholly unexpected. A mental reminder that our monthly newsletter targets our engineers and technicians, however, took me back to my early undergraduate days.

Read on for your chance to win an Arc Flash eBook...


Network with fellow Engineering Professionals

IDC Technologies conferences offer you access to a critical mass assortment of industry knowledge and experts. They also provide rewarding networking to delegates who want to meet and mingle with other engineering professionals.

The IDC conference department has put together a stellar line up of international conferences for 2015...

  Delegates at an IDC Technologies conference