Wirewerks’ Fiber, Copper Installation Courses in English and French now earn BICSI CECs
Montreal, QC – October 2, 2018 – Wirewerks, a leading manufacturer of network infrastructure solutions, announced today that its Wirewerks Training Center (WTC) is now recognized as a BICSI Continuing Education Credit (CEC) Provider.
The WTC currently offers two installation courses; and effective immediately, BICSI recognizes WTC 101 – Copper Structured Cabling, and WTC 102 – Fiber Structured Cabling training courses. Upon proper completion, these courses now provide students with three (3) and six (6) BICSI CECs respectively.
These courses are currently hosted in the WTC’s state-of-the-art classrooms located at the new Wirewerks world headquarters facility in suburban Montreal; both courses are available in English or French.
“Achieving recognition as a BICSI CEC Provider is an important milestone for our training business operation.”
David Covone, WTC Manager, commented, “Achieving recognition as a BICSI CEC Provider is an important milestone for our training business operation. Our students tell us that they value our courses and that they are pleased to now receive the added value of CECs towards their various BICSI accreditations.” Coming soon, the WTC will launch design courses for both copper and fiber media, and will announce partnerships with regional business partners to deliver WTC courses at local facilities throughout North America.