The Fiber Optic Association has developed curriculum guidelines for training course approval and only approves schools or training organizations meeting our standards. Schools or training organizations which offer training which meets FOA standards are listed on this website and are authorized to offer FOA certifications.
Note: ONLY schools which are listed here are FOA-Approved and authorized to offer FOA certifications. Schools listed here are required to offer FOA certifications to all students. If you have any questions regarding a school's status with the FOA, contact the FOA staff.
CommsLearning offers CFOT and CPCT training in Australia, Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Vanuatu and Tonga as well as across the South Pacific. We also offer CFOT and CPCT courses in in partnership with FTTX Services (School #739) in New Zealand - public courses run every few weeks - see http://www.commslearning.co.nz/course-schedule/ Training covers Fibre-to-the-Home/Premises/Curb technology and its applications, covering the fundamentals, hands on fibre network build including fusion splicing and testing from continuity checks to full OTDR analysis. The course can be used to either train installation technicians who are already familiar with fibre optic installation or can be structured to train other non technical personnel in support roles, or those looking to get into the industry. We are able to train anywhere at your location due to our portable lab, and by working with FTTx Services, Covertel Services and ATG Technology Group we provide hands on labs using the latest equipment, splicers and testers.
Note:ONLY those schools which are listed on the FOA website are FOA-Approved and authorized to offer FOA certifications. Schools listed here are required to offer FOA certifications to students. If you have any questions regarding a school's status with the FOA, contact the FOA staff at email@example.com.
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