BROADBAND PREMISES INSTALLER
SCTE•ISBE The Broadband Premises Installation and Service interactive course covers the knowledge required to install, maintain, and troubleshoot triple-play services (video, voice, and data) for cable telecommunications customers. This engaging course includes delivering a positive customer service, RF theory, troubleshooting, test equipment, common measurements, and service restoration related to industry-wide standards and practices.
BROADBAND WIRELESS SPECIALIST
SCTE•ISBE This course is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of wireless networks in homes and small businesses. Learners will gain an understanding of Wi-Fi standards, Wi-Fi network devices, planning and implementation, security, RF basics, antenna theory, and Wi-Fi troubleshooting.
CISCO CERTIFIED NETWORK ASSOCIATE (CCNA) CCNA1
SCTE•ISBE CCNA1 introduces SCTE•ISBE learners to fundamental networking concepts and technologies using a hands-on approach: Programming, cabling, and installing routers, L2/L3 switches, IP configuration, and other network equipment—with an emphasis on cable operator operations. In addition, the course will assist the learner in developing the skills necessary to plan and implement small networks.
DOCSIS® 3.1 INSTALLATION
SCTE•ISBE The DOCSIS® 3.1 Installation interactive course is designed for broadband installation professionals who need to better understand the elements and implementations of the DOCSIS 3.1 specification, as well as the differences and uniqueness from previous versions of DOCSIS. This engaging course defines the industry drivers for DOCSIS 3.1, modifications in the RF spectrum, feature enhancements, capacity improvements, and physical and MAC layer modifications.
SCTE•ISBE This interactive course is designed to provide learners with the benefits of working with Fiber To The x (FTTx) networks to service cable customers. Learners will be able to describe the types of Passive Optical Networks (PON) used by cable operators and differentiate these networks from HFC access networks. Learners will identify the installation equipment and Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) needed to support FTTx networks, along with preparing fiber, working with multiple wavelengths, and more.
SCTE•ISBE Multimedia over Coax Alliance (MoCA®) is a technology for the interconnection of home devices over coaxial cable. The MoCA protocol allows cable operators to distribute content over a customer home coaxial network by utilizing frequencies outside traditional cable services like video, voice, and data. MoCA may be used to share content from a centralized Digital Video Recorder (DVR) Set-Top Box (STB) or improve Wi-Fi services in the home. Participants will learn how the MoCA technology operates and compare the different versions.
UNDERSTANDING CABLE TECHNOLOGY
SCTE•ISBE Understanding the technologies supporting today’s cable telecommunications architecture is critical to making informed business decisions, thus maximizing an organization’s potential. In addition to learning about the core Hybrid Fiber-Coaxial (HFC) and Fiber To The x (FTTx) architecture, participants will learn about the technologies used to deliver High-Speed Data (HSD), video services, Voice over IP (VoIP) telephony, and networking the customer premises.
WIRELESS LEVEL 1 (CWTS)
SCTE•ISBE Wireless Level 1 provides a foundation of knowledge for entering into or advancing within the wireless networking industry. From basic RF theory and regulatory requirements to implementation of Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) devices, this course focuses on bringing Wi-Fi technical professionals up to speed on the latest in 802.11 technologies in a practical way.