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CommScope unveils enhanced Uniprise training program

August 12, 2008  By Alyssa Dalton

CommScope Enterprise Solutions (a division of CommScope Inc.) has introduced an enhanced training program for its Uniprise infrastructure solutions. In addition to the existing instructor-led courses, CommScope is introducing a range of online courses.

the enhanced Uniprise training program, our goal is to offer education
on infrastructure solutions to as many people as possible as
cost-effectively as possible, but also to offer prospective students a
range of courses and certifications that expand their knowledge,” said
James Donovan, director of Channel Support Programs, CommScope
Enterprise Solutions.

Using a
mix of webcast and video formats, the training is designed to make
courses more accessible to people interested in advancing their
knowledge of network infrastructure solutions, installation best
practices and techniques.

addition to courses on network infrastructure design, twisted pair,
fiber and coax technology, prospective students will be given the
opportunity to choose from a variety of courses designed to train them
on the best practices for installing CommScope’s Uniprise-brand network
infrastructure products. The company’s courses also offer continuing
education accreditation with BICSI.

“In the
past, looking for appropriate training was limited to classroom-based
courses, with technicians having to leave their jobs for days at a time
to travel to an intensive, instructor-led course,” said Donovan. “With
this program, we are bringing a structured curriculum to the Internet,
in a delivery format preferred by many IT technicians.”

CLICK HERE to access the Uniprise Training Program.
CLICK HERE to check out BICSI’s Continuing Education Credits (CECs) page.

In other company news, CommScope Enterprise Solutions has joined The Green Grid, a global consortium dedicated to advancing energy efficiency in data centres and business computing ecosystems. CLICK HERE to check out The Green Grid.


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