|"Be sure to CLICK on
|The Fiber Optic Training
|Learn to Hold the Power of Light Within
BDI DataLynk Fiber Optic
Training Raleigh, North Carolina
teaching you to gear up before
you show up.
Prepare to Learn.
|Are you looking for a fiber
optics job opportunity?
Go to: Fiber Tech Jobs .Com
Click Below for Course Info.
Special on site sessions are available at
NO EXTRA CHARGE!
(CFOT) Basic Certified Fiber Optics Technician
3-day* Course $700.00/student
(CFOS/T) Certified Fiber Optics Specialist in
Testing & Maintenance 2-day* Course.
(CFOS/S) Certified Fiber Optics Splicing Specialist
2-day* Course $675.00/student
(CFOS/O) Certified Fiber Optic Specialist Outside
Plant 2-day* Course, $775.00/student
Where Offered. Replaces CFOT/OSP.
* Note: Actual hours may vary depending on
number of students.
|All courses include, Student Study Manual, Course CD,
Exam and 1-Year Membership to the Fiber Optic
|WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING AT?
|Thinking about taking an ON-LINE/HOME STUDY course from
some other provider in
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 your 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!
|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
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?
|Let us bring our courses to you!
Give us a call at 512-785-9024
to arrange your training.
|GET 4 FOA CERTIFICATIONS RIGHT HERE IN RALEIGH, NC!
NOW GO OUT AND DO THE RIGHT THING!
|Peter Morcombe has over 25 years experience in 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.