Virtual Classroom Training (VCT)

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Continue Your Education with Virtual Classroom Training 

BICSI offers multiple training solutions for the busy ICT professional. In response to the new social distancing environment, we have transformed our traditional classroom training into virtual classroom training. Virtual Classroom Training (VCT) combines the best of traditional classroom training with the convenience and flexibility of a real-time virtual learning format. For more information, read the Frequently Asked Questions

Check out upcoming and recent offerings below and register to learn today!

To successfully participate in our virtual classroom training, each attendee must have the following:

  • Laptop, desktop or tablet that meet the system requirements. Click here for detailed requirements.
  • Microphone and speakers (headset recommended**)
  • Standalone webcams for class activities 
  • Internet connection - 1 Mbps or better (broadband recommended) | 3G connection or better (WiFi recommended for VoIP audio)
  • List of Equipment Requirements (FOR IN101 & IN225 STUDENTS ONLY)

Available Courses:

Still got questions? Check out the Frequently Asked Questions

 

BG102: Best Practices for 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.

It is strongly suggested that you have access to the ANSI/TIA-607-C, Generic Telecommunications Bonding and Grounding (Earthing) for Customer Premises standard . If you have not already purchased it, click here to purchase today!

 

 

DC102: Applied Data Center Design and Best Practices

In this course you will be introduced to various data center infrastructure systems. In addition, you will have an opportunity to apply what you have learned by engaging in case studies, discussions and real-world scenarios, as well as gain practical application in ICT data center design best practices. After completing this course, you should be able to design a data center based on a set of given requirements; this will include both new and retrofit designs.

All students must purchase the ANSI/BICSI 002-2019 Standard prior to attending class. If you have not already purchased it, click here to purchase today!.

 

 

DD102: Designing Telecommunications Distribution Systems

DD102 is an intensive, hands-on course focused on the design of structured cabling systems. Offering hands-on skill building activities from day one, this knowledge-intensive course instructs you in real-world tasks, preparing you for design roles outside of the classroom. Assignments from the award-winning Telecommunications Distribution Methods Manual (TDMM), augment your learning, allowing you to prepare questions for the classroom.

All students must purchase the appropriate TDMM edition, based on the date of the course, print or electronic, prior to attending class.

 

 

IN101: BICSI Installer 1 Training

This course is designed to provide entry-level installers with the background, knowledge and basic skills needed to function safely and effectively as part of a cabling installation team. The BICSI Installer 1 Training course is the introductory course of the Installation Program series.

All students must purchase the Information Technology Systems Installation Methods Manual (ITSIMM), 7th Edition, print or electronic, prior to attending class. If you have not already purchased it, click here to purchase today!

Installer 1 students will also need to have their own tools or have access to the following tools:

  • 110/66 Punch Tool (Qty: 1)
  • 8P8C Crimper (Qty: 1)
  • Ringing Tool (Qty: 1)
  • Snips (Qty: 1)
  • F-Connector Compression Tool (Qty: 1)

 

 

IN225: BICSI Installer 2, Copper Training

This course sets the foundation of a copper-based structured cabling system installation. The course begins with an overview of professionalism, copper transmission principles and general safety practices associated with working with copper cabling. A significant amount of course time will then be spent on BICSI best practices for the installation, termination and testing of copper cable.

All students must purchase the Information Technology Systems Installation Methods Manual (ITSIMM),7th Edition, print or electronic, prior to attending class. If you have not already purchased it, click here to purchase today!

Installer 2, Copper students will also need to have their own tools or have access to the following tools:

  • 110 Punch Tool (Qty: 1)
  • Ringing Tool (Qty: 1)
  • Snips (Qty: 1)
  • BNC Compression Tool (Qty: 1)

 

 

OSP102: Applied Outside Plant Design

In this unparalleled training class, you will learn elements common to all OSP projects, along with design techniques for underground, direct-buried and aerial cable plan applications.

You will have an opportunity to apply what you have learned through a series of design scenarios such as route design, media selection, planning, and cost estimation.

All students must purchase the Outside Plant Design Reference Manual (OSPDRM), print or download, prior to attending class.  If you have not already purchased it, click here to purchase today!

 

 

PM102: Applied Telecommunications Project Management

Proper project management is the foundation of any successful project. This course provides learners with the tools and templates to successfully manage an ICT project throughout the entire project lifecycle.

This course is designed to provide ICT professionals an opportunity to build on their existing project management skills while also exploring the steps and thought processes behind the basic principles and information necessary for managing a successful telecommunications project.

All students must purchase the Telecommunications Project Management Manual (TPMM), print or download, prior to attending class.  If you have not already purchased it, click here to purchase today!

 

 

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