With this program you can earn a certificate which proves you are highly skilled at working with the most advanced fiber optic planning & design software out there. Prove your expertise to employers and your peers.
HOW IT WORKS
Are you a fiber optic network planner or designer, willing to take the next step and improve and speed up your work? As a certified Comsof Fiber Designer user, you will be able to design FTTx networks faster and more efficiently using the most powerful FTTx network planning & design tool available.
Some things you will learn during the training:
Configure your network architecture
Create network designs
Manually adapt your designs
After this training, which will take 3.5 days, you will have the opportunity to take an exam.
This will take a half day. If passed, it will prove you are a skilled Comsof Fiber user.
Put yourself on the fast track for a promotion. This training proves you are a skilled FTTx designer, which means you are ready to take on any project.
Beat the Competition
Comsof Fiber is an extremely powerful tool. With vast options to design optimized and realistic FTTx networks. Get the most out of our software with this training.
In order to ensure a high quality, this training requires a basic knowledge of GIS data and fiber optic design principles.
Know your way
around GIS data
Be skilled in handling GIS data before attending this training. Competences such as visualizing features, editing attributes and manipulating geometries are the absolute basics to be able to participate.
In order to prepare yourself, you can start with the QGIS tutorials, or the ESRI tutorials if you are an ArcGIS user. We will provide more recourses after registration for this training.
Familiarize yourself with fiber networks
Have basic understanding of the outside plant elements which make a fiber optic network. Fiber strands, cables, ducts, splitters, splicing closures and cabinets should all be familiar terms. You need to be able to reason about fiber networks in terms of drop, distribution and feeder layers, and have an understanding of optical budgets and network architectures.