Wednesday, August 21, 2019
WECA Instructor John Arias (front right, in the grey shirt) listens intently to the BICSI instructor during the April 15, 2019 session of the BICSI Installer 2, Optical Fiber Training Course.
Low Voltage BICSI classes are headed back to WECA just in time for fall--and we strongly encourage those interested to enroll early, in order to secure seats.
Interested in enrolling in a BICSI course? See below for the upcoming Fall 2019 dates and to learn more about the courses. Enrollments are directly with BICSI at the links below. Look for "Rancho Cordova" in the location sidebar for each course.
DD102: Designing Telecommunications Distribution Systems Oct. 28 - Nov. 1
Learn how to design distribution systems in this comprehensive workshop. DD102 is an intensive, hands-on course focused on the design of structured cabling systems. Offering hands-on skill building activities from day one, this knowledge-intensive course instructs you in real-world tasks, preparing you for design roles outside of the classroom. Assignments from the award-winning Telecommunications Distribution Methods Manual (TDMM) augment your learning, allowing you to prepare questions for the classroom. Learn more here.
IN101: BICSI Installer Training Nov. 18 - 22
This course is designed to provide entry-level installers with the background, knowledge and basic skills needed to function safely and effectively as part of a cabling installation team. The BICSI Installer 1 Training course is the introductory course of the Installation Program series. Learn more here.
IN225: BICSI Installer 2, Copper Training Dec. 2 - 6
The course begins with an overview of professionalism, copper transmission principles and general safety practices associated with working with copper cabling. A significant amount of course time will then be spent on BICSI best practices for the installation, termination and testing of copper cable. Learn more here.
IN250: BICSI Installer 2, Optical Fiber Training Dec. 9 - 13
This course will open with an overview of professionalism, fiber transmission principles and the general safety practices related to optical fiber cabling. A significant amount of course time will then be spent on installation, splicing, termination and testing of optical fiber cable. Learn more here.
TE350: BICSI Technician Training Dec. 16 - 20
A significant amount of course time will be spent on troubleshooting copper and optical fiber cable installations. In addition, this course will cover project planning and implementation at the technician level. Additional topics will include site safety, site surveys, blueprint reading, bonding and grounding (earthing) and firestopping practices. Learn more here.
These classes are open to the public. Additionally, they are rarely offered in Northern California, so we encourage our apprentices, electrician trainees, and journeymen to take advantage of this convenient opportunity.
Registrations must be processed directly with BICSI. To learn more about these classes and to enroll, click on the individual course links above, or visit www.bicsi.org and search course by location for "Rancho Cordova".