This two-day class contains 16 hours of hands-on labs to provide practical understanding and skills required to properly design, install, and maintain fiber optic networks. Applicable for fiber optic communications systems in Telco, Broadband, and Premises (LAN) applications. Students will use the latest fiber optic technology and equipment to learn how to splice, connectorize, test, and troubleshoot optical fiber networks in order to increase efficiency, reliability and on-the-job safety as well as reduce cost and downtime. Upon successful completion, students will receive an industry recognized NCTI certificate of graduation and a Light Brigade certificate of completion.
Students will break into groups led by one instructor per group – this low ratio ensures each student receives the one-on-one training necessary to fully understand and learn how to perform fiber-optic installation, testing and troubleshooting in the field. Students spend approximately 3-4 hours at workstations, rotating through until all tasks are completed.
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Discounts may be available for this course, please contact NCTI Customer Care at 866.575.7206 to learn more and/or to enroll.