The fiber optic communication training program empowers more African operators to take more control of how their optical networks are designed and developed.
Johannesburg, South Africa (PRWEB) April 24, 2014
ICT Africa first series of fiber optic communication workshops have now been scheduled for South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The two day workshops will be held on July 3 and 4 in Midrand, July 8 and 9 in Lusaka and July 16 and 17 in Harare.
The FTTH Council Africa and BICSI endorsed fiber optic training sessions will cover a wide range of topics, including fundamentals of optical fiber, transmission systems and elements of fiber optic network design. The workshop is a must attend for managers, engineers and technicians responsible for planning and designing all types of optical networks – from national backbones to premises networks.
“The fiber optic communication training program empowers more African operators to take more control of how their optical networks are designed and developed. Operators do not have to rely entirely on their equipment vendors to design their networks as the interests of vendors and that of operators are not necessarily aligned,” commented Dr. Jabulani Dhliwayo, Co-Founder at ICT Africa.
Those completing the training program will be awarded a certificate of attendance and 12 BICSI continuing education credits. More details can be found on the ICT Africa fiber optic training workshop page.
About ICT Africa
ICT Africa offers fiber optic training for telecommunication operators in Africa. ICT Africa fiber optic communication workshops offer valuable training and updates on optical communication technologies and trends.
The ICT Africa website is a one stop shop for all ICT News and information relating to ICT in Africa including fiber optic infrastructure development, mobile networks, satellite systems, the Internet and broadband networks and applications.
Their news section includes feature articles on all aspects of ICTs in Africa, ICT News Headlines from other news sources and business news wires. ICT Africa job section is a meeting place for ICT Jobs seekers interested in ICT opportunities in Africa and ICT companies in Africa seeking talent. Finally, ICT Events in Africa section informs visitors of all the trade shows, conferences and workshops taking place throughout the continent. Event organizers are encouraged to share their upcoming events on the website.
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