1.) Do I get to build an actual fiber optics network in
each of my classes?

2.) Do I get to troubleshoot and repair the network?

3.) Do I get to test the repaired network to existing
cabling standards?  

4.) Do I have to sit at a table all day and take notes?

5.) Will I receive a certification that is recognized
almost anywhere in the world?

6.)  Are your courses recognized by
The US
Department of Labor like the ones offered by BDI
Datalynk?

Finally ---

7.)  If I pay twice as more for your course than I would
pay for a BDI Datalynk Course, am I really going to
receive my money's worth?  Is your course really two
times more valuable than the BDI Datalynk courses?
"PREPARE TO LEARN"
"Be sure to click on
"Registration" to register."
Fiber Optic Training
North Carolina Schedule
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Within Your
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BDI DataLynk Fiber Optic
Training North Carolina
Teaching you how to gear up
before you show up.
Teaching Procedures
Not Opinions
Since 1999
Prepare to Learn.
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optics job opportunity?

Go to:
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All courses include, Student Study Manual,
Course CD, Exam and 1-Year Membership to
the Fiber Optic Association (FOA).
Hands On Splicing Session
2017 Schedule
Hands On Activities
Hands-On Activities
Hands On Activities
Hands-On Activities.
YOUR INSTRUCTORS
Contact Peter: (321) 474-1708
Email:
Peter Morcombe,
CFOT, CFOS/I
FOA Master
Instructor
high tech telecommunications and computers. He
had responsibility for over 500 projects in 18
countries including the 140 Mbps fiber optic link
from Hitchin to Stevenage in 1977, the ME29
computer project in 1980 and the Duke University
Free Electron Laser in 1990.  Peter spent 15
years developing lasers and picosecond streak
cameras.  His fiber optics experience includes the
manufacture of fiber, fiber optic cable, terminal
equipment and complete systems installation.  
Peter worked with many of the fiber optic pioneers
including Charles Kao and David Payne.  He
worked on TAT-8, the first long haul submarine
fiber optic system and on many terrestrial fiber
projects.  His teaching experience includes "Fiber
To The Home".  Peter's professional qualifications
include IEE, IEEE and LEOS.
Contact Tom: 732-241-7845
Email:
Tom Rauch,
CFOT, CFOS/I
FOA Master
Instructor
Tom retired from Verizon Communications
as Manager, Network Operations.  He was
responsible for installation and
maintenance field work groups throughout
New Jersey.  During his 30 year career
with Verizon, Tom was involved in POTS
(installation and maintenance), Digital, T1,
T3, DSL/ADSL, Special Services
(analog/digital), Safety, Training, Sales
Generation and Public Affairs.  

After his retirement Tom has worked as a
training consultant teaching FTTH (voice,
data and video), Fiber Splicing and Fiber
CO/Distribution Network Applications to
broadband technicians throughout the
country.  He has also worked as a
consultant providing computer training at
community colleges in NJ, MD and VA.

Tom is a Certified Fiber Optics Instructor
and Fiber Optics Network Testing &
Maintenance Specialist certified by the
Fiber Optic Association (FOA).
FOA Courses Offered by
BDI DataLynk are
Recognized By US
Department of Labor
WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING AT?
"Are you looking at another fiber optics
training location in Raleigh not
associated with the FOA or BDI
Datalynk?  Be sure to talk directly to
All courses include, Student Study Manual, Course CD, Exam
and 1-Year Membership to the Fiber Optic Association (FOA).
Thinking about taking an ON-LINE/HOME STUDY course
from some other provider in North Carolina?
Forget about it!  It is twice as expensive.  If you are a veteran, would you want
someone watching your "6" that just learned how to shoot his weapon from an on-line
weapons training course?  Would you be happy to hear that the Doctor that is working to
save your life just received his certificate from an on line physician's course?
Learning how to install, test, troubleshoot, and repair fiber
is a
doing process and NOT a watching process!
Contact Bob: (512) 785-9024
Email:
Bob Ballard
Bob Ballard, CFOI, Diver,
Treasure Hunter
Owner/Instructor
Owner's Note:
There is no way one can learn fiber optics networking by spending
hard-earned money on on-line fiber optics training courses.  Learning fiber
optics networking is a
DOING Process and NOT a WATCHING Process.

Also, if you are not being certified by the only Professional Society of Fiber
Optics in the world the
FOA, who are you being certified by?  
That is a very important question  -
Is it not?
Lasher
Rodder
Hand Tools
Safety & Protection
Cable Installation
Linesman Training and Certifiation
Wilkes Community College,  
Wilkesburo, NC
Ph: 336.838.6206
Monday - Wednesday
February 20 - 22, 2017
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
CFOT

Registration
Wilkes Community College,  
Wilkesburo, NC
Ph: 336.838.6206
Thursday - Friday
February 23 - 24, 2017
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
CFOS/S

Registration
Wilkes Community College,  
Wilkesburo, NC
Ph: 336.838.6206
Monday - Wednesday
May 1- 3, 2017
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
CFOT

Registration
Wilkes Community College,  
Wilkesburo, NC
Ph: 336.838.6206
Thursday - Friday
May 4 - 5, 2017
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
CFOS/T

Registration
Wilkes Community College,  
Wilkesburo, NC
Ph: 336.838.6206
Monday - Wednesday
August 21 - 23, 2017
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
CFOT

Registration
Wilkes Community College,  
Wilkesburo, NC
Ph: 336.838.6206
Thursday - Friday
August 24 - 25, 2017
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
CFOS/S

Registration
Raleigh, NC
Ph: 512-785-9024
Wednesday - Friday
October 18 - 20, 2017
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
CFOT

Registration
Raleigh, NC
Ph: 512-785-9024
Saturday - Sunday
Ocrober 21 - 22, 2017
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
CFOS/T

Registration
GET 4 FOA
CERTIFICATIONS RIGHT
HERE IN RALEIGH, NC!

NOW GO OUT AND DO
THE RIGHT THING!
Wilkes Community College,  
Wilkesburo, NC
Ph: 336.838.6206
Saturday - Sunday
May 6 - 7, 2017
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
CFOS/S

Registration