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Training by Industry

Advance your career with industry specific training

FiberOptic.com has created specialized installer courses that are designed for individual fiber optic industries. These specialized installer courses focus on installation procedures appropriate for the chosen environment. Further your training by choosing a course specialty that fits your industry needs!

  • FTTx Installer

    FTTx Installer

    “Fiber to the X” (FTTx) is the hottest network topic since TCP/ IP. In this course, we will discuss various network designs, installations, maintenance and troubleshooting. This is a three-day hands-on course designed to provide students with a practical understanding of FTTx networks. Students will learn the difference between an Active and a Passive Optical Network (PON).

    Go to FTTx Installer (TR-FTTX) Course Page

     


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  • Fiber to the Desktop Installer (new)

    Fiber to the Desktop Installer 

    This course will give students a deeper understanding of how to assemble, cable, and test various commercial building systems utilizing, FTTD, a high-bandwidth solution that expands the traditional fiber backbone system directly to desktops and pushes the available bandwidth beyond 10G. This course also explores passive optical networks (PON), commonly utilized in FTTH applications, and its use in commercial buildings.

    Go to FTTD Installer (TR-FTTD) Course Page


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  • Fiber to the Antenna Installer

    Fiber to the Antenna Installer

    This certified fiber to the antenna / tower installer training course is designed for those who install and test fiber optic cables installed within antenna towers. It identifies you as a tower installer with practical knowledge of fiber optic theory, codes, standards and practices widely accepted in the wireless telecommunications industry.

    Go to Fiber to the Antenna Installer (TR-FTAI) Course Page


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  • Fiber to the Wind Turbine Installer

    Fiber to the Wind Turbine Installer

    This fiber optic installation training course is designed for those who layout, install or maintain fiber optic cabling systems to wind turbines. It identifies you as an installer who is able to demonstrate a practical knowledge of fiber optic theory, codes,  standards and  practices widely accepted in the fiber optics industry. This training focuses on the supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems common to wind turbines utilizing fiber optics.

    Go to Fiber to the Wind Turbine Installer (TR-FWTI) Course Page


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  • Fiber Optics for Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) (new)

    Fiber Optics for Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) 

    This course incorporates hands-on training of fiber terminations, cable preparations, installation practices and certification testing procedures. Students will learn skills applicable to all the functions required to safely and competently install advanced fiber communications including DAS cabling deployments.

    Go to Fiber to the Wind Turbine Installer (TR-DAS) Course Page


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  • Fiber Optics for Gas/Oil Industry

    Fiber Optics for Gas/Oil Industry

    This course provides the practical understanding and skills required to properly design, install, and maintain fiber optics systems in petrochemical environments such as offshore drilling, pipeline, refineries, and process plants and other industrial plant processes.

    Go to Fiber Optics for Petrochem (TR-OGP) Course Page


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  • Fiber Optics for Military

    Fiber Optics for Military

    Military intuitions have trusted FiberOptic.com to provide their students with the best training in fiber optics. Our courses feature real world hands on exercises that ensure that students leave the course prepared to tackle new installations, maintenance and repairs of fiber optic networks.

    Go to Fiber Optics for Military (TR-MIL) Course Page


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  • Fiber Optics for Mining Applications

    Fiber Optics for Mining Applications

    This course addresses the challenges of deploying and maintaining fiber optic networks in harsh mine environments in order to improve employee safety, provide reliable communications, improve and measure process efficiency, and provide continuous monitoring and analysis of the hazardous environments. This course is tailored to the unique environment and applications of underground, open pit, and strip mines, and will provide the knowledge and skill sets required for those designing, installing, and maintaining fiber optic communication systems in harsh mine environments.

    Go to Fiber Optics for Mining (TR-MIN) Course Page


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  • Fiber Optics for Pro Audio/Video

    Fiber Optics for Pro Audio/Video

    This three-day course will provide an overview of fiber optic transmission theory, system design parameters, installation guidelines, fiber optic connector and splice termination options, test equipment, testing, documentation, and troubleshooting tailored for Pro A/V applications and installations.

    Go to Fiber Optics for Pro Audio/Video (TR-PAV) Course Page


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  • Fiber Optics for Telecommunications

    Fiber Optics for Telecommunications

    Optical fibers can be used to transmit light and thus information over long distances. Fiber-based systems have largely replaced radio transmitter systems for long-haul optical data transmission. They are widely used for telephony, but also for Internet traffic, long high-speed local area networks (LANs), cable TV (CATV), and increasingly also for shorter distances within buildings. In most cases, silica fibers are used, except for very short distances, where plastic optical fibers can be advantageous.

    Go to Fiber Optics for Telecommunications (TR-TEL) Course Page


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  • Fiber Optics for Traffic Systems

    Fiber Optics for Traffic Systems

    As the number of cars on the road increases, the need for traffic control grows exponentially. Fiber Optics are increasingly being used to tie together the enormously-complex networks that control the traffic lights, message signs, cameras and other traffic systems technology.

    Go to Fiber Optics for Traffic Systems (TR-ITS) Course Page


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  • Fiber Optics for Utilities

    Fiber Optics for Utilities

    This fiber optics training course is designed for those who specify, design, install, or maintain aerial and underground fiber optics systems in investor owned, REA, Co-operatives, and municipal  power networks. Students will learn about latest fiber optic technology and equipment, as well as how to splicing, termination, testing, and troubleshooting impact fiber optic based utility networks.

    Go to Fiber Optics for Utilities (TR-UTL) Course Page


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  • Fiber Optic Transit System Installer (new)

    Fiber Transit System Installer  

    A modern, reliable network infrastructure is critical for transit systems to operate safely, efficiently and effectively. Transit Systems typically control, monitor, and collect data used for multiple types of equipment. Equipment monitored by a transit control center may include a large number of functions, such as vehicle control, scheduling, power control, ventilation control, pump monitoring, intrusion detection, CCTV, and data networks.

    This course is designed for those who design, install or maintain fiber optic systems in commercial buildings and other facilities. It identifies you as an installer who demonstrates a practical knowledge of fiber optic theory, codes, standards and practices widely accepted in commercial buildings and customer-owned outside environments (campus).

    Go to Fiber Optic Transit Installer (TR-TSI) Course Page


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