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Tukwila, WA — Light Brigade has been endorsed by FTTH Council Asia-Pacific to enhance fiber-to-the-home (FTTx) training programs in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region. The training initiative will improve workforce skills, productivity and FTTH uptake through FTTH training in the region. Through this partnership Light Brigade will build student confidence by providing trainees with access to the professional level of FTTx training necessary to support the region’s telecommunication networks.
“Light Brigade’s FTTx for Installers and Technicians training program will support the FTTH Council Asia-Pacific’s charter to provide ongoing employability of people working in this industry within the APAC region,” said Dario De Paolis, vice president and general manager of Light Brigade. “Our program ensures the FTTH skills and qualifications of the region’s associates are consistent and reflect the needs of local telecommunication networks.”
The four-day class provides 16 hours of classroom lecture and 16 hours of hands-on training on the topics of testing splitters, WDM devices, measuring reflectance and bidirectional testing that are unique to FTTx networks.
Established in 2005, the FTTH Council Asia-Pacific is building on the success of its sister organizations in the US and Europe to educate the industry and the general public on the opportunities and benefits of FTTH solutions. For additional information about FTTH Council Asia-Pacific, visit
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About Light Brigade
Since its founding in 1987, Light Brigade has instructed more than 45,000 attendees worldwide in its public and custom classes on fiber optic design, maintenance and testing, including advanced topics such as FTTx, DWDM and PMD/CD. In addition to creating custom courses tailored to any need or skill level, the company produces educational DVDs, and online courses that focus on specific fiber-related topics.