Fiber Optics for Utilities Level 1


This three-day class features 12 hours of classroom lecture and 12 hours of hands-on skills labs to provide practical understanding and skills required to properly design, install and maintain aerial and underground fiber optic systems in investor-owned and municipal power networks. Students will use the latest fiber optic technology and equipment to learn to splice, terminate, test, and troubleshoot fiber-optic-based utility networks in order to increase network efficiency, system reliability, deployment speed, and safety, as well as reduce operating costs.

The course is intended for those involved in the installation, construction, and maintenance of utility-based fiber optic networks.

Course Level

Introductory to intermediate. Novices to experienced fiber technicians find the class and extensive hands-on skills training beneficial.

Course Options

1.5 days of classroom learning and 1.5 days of hands-on exercises


UTC Fiber Optic Professional Level 1 Technician

Course Content

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