Related Courses

Title Description Competencies
P&S Residential Devices

Residential Device Offering

P&S Sensors Training

We will begin with an overview of the sensors marketplace. Then you will learn about the P&S sensors product line-up. You will see how specific products provide solutions for specific applications. And finally, you will have a chance to test your new knowledge.

PW Ladder Overview

In this course, you will learn different types of ladder tray, two rail configurations, and bottom types, typical system parts and accessories, as well as which material to use in various application environments, discover how NEMA ratings work, and a guided tour of a product label.

SNAP Product Overview

In this course you will learn about SNAP, Ortronics pre-terminated copper solution.

  • You will learn about the features that differentiate Clarity SNAP from other pre-terminated copper solutions.
  • You will review features and options for SNAP patch panels and jacks at the workstation.
  • And you will explore the options and features for both types of SNAP cable assemblies–horizontal cable assemblies and port replication cable assemblies.
Tele-Power Poles

Tele-Power Pole training.

The Future of Networking

Learn about trends in data centers and the impact of your Layer One (structured cabling) and Layer Zero (infrastructure) decisions on your network performance from CISCO and Legrand.

Topics covered include:

  • Data Center Trends & Challenges
  • Data Center & Network Evolution
  • Physical Layer Considerations
  • Design Considerations
TIA Standards Update

Engineering Committee TR-42 develops and maintains voluntary telecommunications standards for telecommunications cabling infrastructure in user-owned buildings, such as commercial buildings, residential buildings, homes, data centers, industrial buildings, etc. The generic cabling topologies, design, distances and outlet configurations as well as specifics for these locations are addressed. The committee’s standards work covers requirements for copper and optical fiber cabling components (such as cables, connectors and cable assemblies), installation, and field testing in addition to the administration, pathways and spaces to support the cabling.

This training module reviews the status of the current standards being modified and developed along with identifying the impact of key changes.

There is a 6 question quiz at the end. You must achieve a score of at least 80% to get credit for completion of the module. You may take the quiz as many times as needed. This module is worth 2 BICSI CECs after successful completion.

Wiremold: DS4000 Designer Series Raceway

DS4000 Raceway meets the demands of today’s power and data cabling needs with increased capacity, unique profile and downward facing devices.

Wiremold: Fire Rated Floor Box

Learn about Wiremold’s Fire Rated Floor Box, including:

  • What is a fire classification for a floor?
  • What affects the fire rating?
  • What are the UL acceptable ways to maintain the fire rating?
  • What products does Wiremold offer to maintain the rating?
  • This course will als help teach you how to better see Floorboxes.
Wiremold PokeThru

PokeThru training on design, application, features and benefits, and installation of pokethru devices.

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