BG102: Telecommunications Bonding and Grounding
In this intensive course, you will be provided with skill building activities for designing best practice solutions for bonding and grounding commercial buildings and campuses as outlined in BICSI publications.
BG102 Course Information
Why Should You Attend?
Make yourself more marketable to your employer and customers by participating in this class dedicated to proper methods of bonding and grounding.
The main objective of the course is to design bonding and grounding solutions for a given facility based on industry best practices.
After completing this course, you should be able to:
- Determine the types of bonding and grounding systems required for a campus
- Design the bonding and grounding components for the facility (building/campus), given an infrastructure type
- Design the bonding and grounding for the telecommunications structure in a building or facility
- Design the bonding infrastructure for a data center in a building or facility
- Design the bonding infrastructure for the DAS in a building or facility
- Identify the steps for testing the bonding and grounding connections
Who Should Attend?
This course is designed for anyone who is looking to gain a specialized skillset in an essential component of infrastructure design.
There are many requirements to bonding and grounding in codes, standards and best practices. Don't lose the opportunity to improve your marketability to employers and customers.
What Are the Prerequisites and Preparation Required?It is recommended that you take the BG101: Foundations of Telecommunications Bonding and Grounding course before taking the BG102: Best Practices for Telecommunications Bonding and Grounding. Otherwise, you should have equivalent knowledge.
You will be able to evaluate your skills before you sign up for the BG102 class by taking a free placement test from the BICSI website.
What Course Materials Are Required?
It is strongly suggested that you have access to the ANSI/TIA-607-C, Generic Telecommunications Bonding and Grounding (Earthing) for Customer Premises standard to refer to during the course.
You should also bring a laptop or mobile device to class.
Can I Earn Credit?Yes, you can earn 21 continuing education credits (CECs) toward an existing BICSI credential recertification requirement, upon successfully completing this program.
What Is the Attendance Policy?
Participation in all originally scheduled days of the program is mandatory in order to receive the certificate of completion and 21 CECs.
Participants who fulfill the attendance requirement will receive a certificate of attendance at the end of the program.
How Long Is This Course?This course is three days long.
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Qualify for a 10 percent discount when:
- Three or more students from the same company preregister for the same class at the same time.
- A student preregisters for three or more classes at the same time.
Please contact the Membership Department to redeem this discount, +1 813.979.1991 or 800.242.7405.
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- A student preregisters for a course at least 45 days in advance.
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