Train: Cable Installer

Train: Cable Installer

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What will I learn?

This program will provide both virtual and in-person, hands-on training. You will learn to understand color codes, route and terminate lines, and other skills needed to pass the Building Industry Consulting Service International (BICSI) certification exam.

What do I need?

You will need a computer, laptop, tablet, or mobile device with internet service in order to participate in virtual training. You must meet all other relevant eligibility requirements.

How long will this take?

This training program requires a full-time commitment of six weeks from Monday through Friday.

What can I do after completing this training?

After successfully completing the program, graduates are connected to jobs in cable installation, low voltage electricity, audio and visual installation, security installation, and more. Businesses in the program’s extensive employer network frequently offer benefits and good starting wages.

Graduates receive two years of job placement assistance, career counseling, and support as they continue working and advance into new roles.

If you are interested in additional support with job placement, you can always contact a virtual Workforce1 Career Center.

How can I access this resource?

We encourage you to explore, discover, and prepare for this career before applying to be considered for the Brooklyn Networks cable installer training program.

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