FAQ

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Frequently asked questions

How many BICSI credits do I earn?


You earn 7 BICSI credits for each course. Upon passing the exam at the end of the course, you will receive a certificate. Upon providing the certificate to BICSI, you will receive your 7 credits.




How does the online CCTT course work?


Each student registered for the online CCTT training course will receive a link to the Zoom webinar and a login to the training lab. The training lab login allows each student to operate a Versiv analyzer remotely. This analyzer will be used to complete the exercises in the class. Here is a video explaining the course operation:




Do I need my own test equipment for the class?


No. In our online classes, each student will have access to a Versiv. This access is provided through an online interface that may be accessed via phone, tabliet, or computer. You will be provided with the login information before class. For the online classes, if you want to use your own equipment, you can.




Can this training be provided at our site?


Due to COVID-19, we are currently not offering classes in-person. When it is safe to resume in-person training, we will update the class schedule and website.




How long does it take to get my certificate?


We use an online service to deliver the exam at the end of each course. Upon completion of the exam, your results will be sent to our training administrator. If you pass the exam, it typically take one day to receive an electronic copy of your certificate.




Do I get to keep the course materials?


Yes, the book that accompanies the course is yours to keep. You are encouraged to take notes in the book during the class. Not only will it help you when you take the test, but it is a great reference after the course is complete.




What is the course outline?


Certified Cabling Test Technician (CCTT) Course Highlights

About the Course: Per customer demand, we are expanding the CCTT course into two separate days of training focused upon your specialization – copper or fiber certification. Each day is a powerful one-day course which covers the current standards and provides hands-on training with the DSX CableAnalyzer. You can register for one or both days of CCTT training as follows:

• Day 1 – DSX CableAnalyzer™ testing, Versiv™ introduction and common settings, Exporting configuration and results, Copper test limits/standards, Adapter types, Configuring for a twisted pair test, Making a measurement and reviewing the result. New test parameters: DC Resistance Unbalance, TCL, ELTCTL. DSX diagnostics HDTDX and HDTDR. Single test. Patch cord certification. Alien Crosstalk

• Day 2 - CertiFiber™ Pro testing, Basic fiber theory, Encircled flux. Configuring the CertiFiber Pro, Fiber inspection, Automated analysis. Setting a reference for a duplex link, LC to LC duplex. Creating a custom test limit. ISO/IEC 14763-3. Understanding how the different connector losses differ from other standards. Setting a reference for a simplex link. SC/APC to SC/APC.

After successful completion of the class, Network Protocol Specialists, LLC will deliver CCTT certificates to the attendees.

Who should attend: The course is designed for contractors and enterprise network owners who currently own or anticipate purchasing Versiv / DSX series cable certification equipment.




Why attend?


The CCTT course provides “expert” level training on the DSX cable analyzer series. Investing in the Fluke Networks Certified Cabling Test Technician program will not only improve installation skills, but also your effectiveness and productivity on the job – testing, certifying and troubleshooting cabling systems. Attendees are eligible for seven BICSI Continuing Education Credits (CEC’s) for each day successfully completed.




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