FOA Certified Fibre Optic Specialist – FTTx & G-PON

FOA Certified Fibre Optics Specialist – 2 days course

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Fibre to the home, kerb, node…

This Certified Fibre Optic Specialist in FTT-x (CFOS-H) training program from the Fibre Optic Association (FOA) is designed to introduce the student to the varieties of ways that fibre optics is moving closer or all the way to the subscriber. You will learn about all the options for FTT-x, what network architectures look like, what standards exist, and get an overview of how they are installed and tested.

Price will be $1,095 + GST per person

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Description

This Certified Fibre Optic Specialist in FTT-x (CFOS-H) training program from the Fibre Optic Association (FOA) is designed to introduce the student to the varieties of ways that fibre optics is moving closer or all the way to the subscriber. You will learn about all the options for FTT-x, what network architectures look like, what standards exist, and get an overview of how they are installed and tested.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

  • Technicians involved with designing, installing or operating FTT-x networks
  • Designers and installers involved in FTTX projects
  • Managers and supervisors involved in FTTX projects
  • Anyone new to fibre to the home, curb, etc. (FTTX) or who wants to learn how it works

PREREQUISITES

  • Fibre Optic Essentials for Installers, FOA Certified Fibre Optic Technician (CFOT) or a solid understanding of Fibre Optics and recent experience in the fibre field.
  • This course is preceded by an online learning module which will take approximately 5hrs to complete. We suggest starting it a week before the training and doing an hour a day.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

Attendees will learn

  • What is FTT-x? – Fibre to the home, premises, curb, node, etc.
  • How FTT-x developed and is growing worldwide
  • Alternatives to FTTH
  • Network architectures used in FTT-x, specifications, advantages/disadvantages
  • What is a “triple-play” system and how is it implemented?
  • What are FTT-x standards? BPON, GPON, EPON, RFOG, etc.
  • How to plan, design and install a FTT-x project
  • How to test FTT-x installations, especially PONs

FORMAT:

2 days, interactive classroom based, with online pre-learning, quizzes and hands on exercises. A version of this training can be delivered via zoom online should it be required.
Maximum attendees 9 per course

Additional information

Dates

April, May

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