With this virtual conference option, you have the opportunity to view educational sessions that took place at the 2024 BICSI Winter Conference on demand, as well as enjoying the BICSI Conference experience and earning CECs.
The new Telecommunications Project Management Reference Manual is an essential resource for keeping up with best practices when implementing and executing information and communications technology (ICT) projects.
Four New Training Courses, New Manual, New Credentialing Exams. Increase your value to your employer!
Now required by many private and government organizations, the complete installation program provides a marketable designation of knowledge and skill.
The market is signaling a crucial need for new or updated Data Center Design Consultant (DCDC) credentials among skilled professionals. Visit BICSI’s Data Center Design Program page today to get ahead with an in-demand credential or stay ahead with recertification!
The ICT Industry Relies on the Expertise of an RCDD
Expand your ICT career by mastering the creation, planning, integration, execution, and/or detail-oriented project management of telecommunications and data communications technology. Get recognized as an expert and experience new job and promotional opportunities.
BICSI is advancing the information and communications technology (ICT) profession.
The Installer 1 Program provides entry-level installers with the background knowledge and skills needed to function safely and effectively on the job and in accordance with industry requirements, recommendations, and best practices.
The Installer 2, Copper Program provides an overview of transmission principles related to the installation, termination, and testing of copper cable, along with industry best practices. Those who hold this credential have shown that they can effectively perform all installation tasks, specific to copper.
The Installer 2, Optical Fiber Program teaches best practices for installing, terminating, splicing, and testing optical fiber cabling. Those who hold this credential have shown that they can effectively perform all installation tasks, specific to optical fiber.
The Technician Program prepares individuals to make a smooth transition from being an individual contributing team member to leading a crew in a supervisor capacity. The program focuses on cable termination, splicing, testing and troubleshooting, as well as covering topics such as bonding and grounding (earthing), firestopping practices, and project management.
BICSI offers many types of memberships to meet your needs, including Individual, Student, Corporate and a discounted membership rate for those who qualify. Join BICSI now and begin experiencing the benefits of membership, including members-only discounts on BICSI
course, publications and BICSI event registrations.