Certified Cabling Test Technician Training Program

Jan. 1, 2019 - Dec. 31, 2019

Look to the future with Certified Technicians
You need to train and certify your existing employees to stay competitive in the installation and certification of high-speed structured cabling systems. Investing in the Fluke Networks Certified Cabling Test Technician™ (CCTT) two-day training and certification program will not only improve cabling technician installer skills, but also their effectiveness and productivity on the job in testing, certifying and troubleshooting structured cabling systems.

Real World Training and Certification
The Fluke Networks Certified Cabling Test Technician™ (CCTT) course consists of two days, each comprised of three parts -- classroom training, hands-on labs and exam/certification exercises.

Day One  Copper. DSX Series CableAnalyzer™ testing, Versiv™ introduction and common settings, Exporting configuration and results, Copper test limits/standards, Adapter types, Configuring for a twisted pair test, Making a measurement and reviewing the result. New test parameters: DC Resistance Unbalance, TCL, ELTCTL. DSX diagnostics HDTDX and HDTDR. Single test. Patch cord certification. Alien Crosstalk

Day Two: Fiber. CertiFiber™ Pro testing, Basic fiber theory, Encircled flux. Configuring the CertiFiber Pro, Fiber inspection, Automated analysis. Setting a reference for a duplex link, LC to LC duplex. Creating a custom test limit. ISO/IEC 14763-3. Understanding how the different connector losses differ from other standards. Setting a reference for a simplex link. SC/APC to SC/APC

Technicians who complete this course:

  • Will fully understand the standards and technology that drives high-performance structured cabling systems.
  • Can demonstrate their understanding in a real world scenario using the cable analyzer to test, troubleshoot and achieve optimal performance of new high performance network cabling installations.
  • Apply their training in a wide variety of applications.
  • Learn how to take advantage of the powerful diagnostics and analysis capabilities of the cable analyzer to complete cabling certification projects professionally, on-time and within budget.
  • Qualify for seven BICSI continuing education credits per completed day.

Who should attend: The course is designed for network cabling contractors and enterprise network owners who currently own or anticipate purchasing Versiv / DSX series cable certification equipment.

Why attend: The CCTT course provides “expert” level training on the Versiv / DSX cable analyzer series. Investing in the Fluke Networks Certified Cabling Test Technician program will not only improve installation skills, but also your effectiveness and productivity on the job – testing, certifying and troubleshooting cabling systems. Attendees are eligible for seven BICSI Continuing Education Credits (CEC’s) for each day successfully completed.

Minimize Time Out of the Field
Fluke Networks recognizes that installation and troubleshooting network cabling technicians are always pressed for time. That is why we have developed a comprehensive training course that fits into just a single day.

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