FNT courses count towards BICSI and IACET credits

Aug. 15, 2001
August 16, 2001 Fiber Network Training has submitted courses for review by BICSI and the International Association of Continuing Education and Training (IACET).

August 16, 2001 In an effort to support the continuing education of telecommunications technicians, Fiber Network Training (FNT—www.F-N-T.com) submitted courses for review by BICSI (www.BICSI.org) and the International Association of Continuing Education and Training (IACET). BICSI will recognize all currently available FNT courses to be eligible for BICSI Continuing Education credits for RCDD, LAN specialist, and/or installation. The IACET concluded an audit and determined that FNT courses will be approved for CEU credit. These approvals allow students to receive credits for educational goals within and outside of the industry.

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