Cabling Science Institute offers free online training to global cable and wireless community

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Specialist training organisation and subsidiary of Wahoo Learning, Cabling Science Institute is offering all of its online training courses free of charge to help support the optical communications industry during this difficult time.

This offer is available immediately to cable and wireless professionals throughout the world,  and it will run until at least 31 May. A variety of courses is available, including: Fibre Optic Cabling Installation; Network Cabling Fundamentals; Network Project Planning and Safety; Network Testing, Inspection and Trouble Shooting. These are available 24 hours-a-day, seven days-a-week and can be taken in more than 200 languages.

Lloyd Smith, managing director of Wahoo Learning explained: ‘With quality training at our core, we strongly feel it’s our responsibility to contribute what we do best during times like these: help companies like yours obtain the skills you need to succeed, to learners around the world. This initiative comes from our promise to provide your learners with the most up-to-date, relevant content. Although your job may look or feel different for the foreseeable future, and be conducted from a different place, we hope to do our bit to make sure you have the tools and resources to continue to be productive.’

Anyone wishing to take advantage of this offer can do so by visiting the company’s website, where there are details of all the available courses. 

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