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Light Brigade Launches Customizable Remote Training Options

Kent, WA – April 15, 2020 – Light Brigade, the industry leader in fiber optic training, recently introduced a large selection of live, remote training options. The new Remote Classroom Sessions deliver personalized training in a convenient and essential live, online learning format.

Remote Classroom Sessions focus on fiber optic technology topics from beginner to more advanced, allowing students to personalize their training. Students can target their learning on the basics with Fiber Optics 1-2-3 sessions, participate in refresher learning or take the next step with advanced topics like Emergency Restoration, FTTx networks, or Fiber Characterization. Several sessions provide the flexibility of morning or afternoon training.

Remote Classroom Sessions are taught live by the same experienced instructors that lead Light Brigade's classroom training. Students can interact and ask questions that are answered in real-time by a fiber technologist.

"With the current COVID-19 situation forcing many to work from home and unable to attend our in-person classes, our customers wanted more options to continue training their staff," said Lee Kellett, General Manager. "We quickly responded, updating our remote class offerings to include more topics delivered in shorter sessions, and provided more start time options. With these sessions being offered with a live instructor, our customers will get the best training experience possible."

The individualized alternative of these shorter training sessions can save both time and money. Students can take a few courses or complete session bundles and use the credits for future ETA Certification and BICSI credits.

About Light Brigade

Founded in 1987, Light Brigade has trained over 60,000 technicians, installers, engineers, designers, and other support staff worldwide in a variety of industries. Light Brigade’s instructor-led, online, and custom classes focus on fiber optic installation, testing, and troubleshooting as well as engineering design. Courses include specialty applications like FTTx, utilities, wireless backbone, industrial, and more.

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