Training & certification

As a telecom installer you ensure that people can use television, telephony and internet. You can work on equipment that is used in central offices or datacentres, such as installing data cables and connection points and working on patch panels and cabinets. In addition, you can encode, measure, connect equipment and release a network. But as an installer you can also work for private individuals or companies, for example make internet connections, replace modems or solve malfunctions.

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We currently offer 7 different courses, ranging from basic training to specialized trainings:

With this training, we give the participant a close loo into the Corning range of fiber optic closures. The course is dedicated to Proximus-installers, the focus is mainly on learning how to work with the Corning/Proximus products and installation techniques. The 1-day training consists of a theoretical part in which the different Corning closures and their accessories and cabling are presented and a workshop about the installation. At the end, the participant receives a certificate that permits him to do field installations for Proximus.

In this two-day course you will not only be introduced to the various types of fiber optic cables and connectors, but you will also get to know all the necessary attributes, features and terms of fiber connections. Next, we will get into the base of the fusion splice process and show you how to test a fiber network properly and recognize, prevent and resolve faults. During the 2nd day of the course you will be introduced to the Proximus fiber network and you will learn the correct methods of connecting customers and which tests should be performed.

In this two-day course you will not only be introduced to the various types of fiber optic cables and connectors, but you will also get to know all the necessary attributes, features and terms of fiber connections. Next, we will get into the base of the fusion splice process and show you how to test a fiber network properly and recognize, prevent and resolve faults. During the 2nd day of the course you will be introduced to the Proximus fiber network inside blocks of apartments. You will learn the correct methods of connecting customers via façade cabling and which tests should be performed. Finally, you will also develop a thorough understanding of the possible connection methods, distribution possibilities in MDUs and integration of fiber with customers.

In this three-day course is a combination of two of our trainings. During the first day of the training you will not only be introduced to the various types of fiber optic cables and connectors, but you will also get to know all the necessary attributes, features and terms of fiber connections. Next, we will get into the base of the fusion splice process and show you how to test a fiber network properly and recognize, prevent and resolve faults.

During the 2nd day of the course you will be introduced to the Proximus fiber network and you will learn the correct methods of connecting customers and which tests should be performed.

During the last day of this training you will be introduced to the Proximus fiber network inside blocks of apartments. You will learn which tests should be performed. Finally, you will also develop a thorough understanding of the possible connection methods, distribution possibilities in MDUs and integration of fiber with customers.

Get to know the fascinating world of fiber optic cable: You will not only learn all the basic principles of the different fiber types, but you’ll also get familiar with all the required tools to work with glass fiber. After this training, you’ll be able to design a fiber optic network yourself! This 1-day course is also the perfect starting point for further training within the fiber optic technology.

If you’ve already amassed a basic knowledge of glass fiber, you’ll be able to gain more in-depth knowledge about fusion splicing during this training. The 1-day course takes off with the theoretical principles of fusion splicing. Next, you’ll be introduced to the fusion splice machines. But to make a fusion splice you’ll need much more than only a machine. That’s why you’ll also learn to work with all the required fusion and strip tools to make a successful fusion splice. And last but certainly not least, you’ll learn how to do a quality check after the fusion splice.

To generate more bandwidth, transfer rates of fiber networks have to increase continuously. In this 1 day-course you’ll discover how to check the fiber optic network transmission speed by parameters such as attenuation and reflection to measure connections and splices. You’ll learn to work with the newest test and measurement equipment, offering a wide range of possibilities that will make the measuring task a lot quicker and easier.