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170 Controllers

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Traffic Signals 3 Field

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Signs 2

Traffic Signals 2 Const

Intro to TS Cabinets 1

Fiber Optics for ITS Level 1

Pavement Markings 2

Traffic Signals 2 Designs

Fiber Optics for ITS Level 2

Roadway Lighting 1

Traffic Signals 2 Field

Traffic Signal Inspection

Traffic Control Infrastructure

Roadway Lighting 2

Introduction to Traffic Signals - Design and Operation

                      

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Work Zone Temporary Traffic Control Technician Certification

Problems of traffic control occur when traffic must be moved through or around road or street construction, maintenance operations, utility work, and incidents on or adjacent to the roadway.

This two-day seminar establishes principles to be observed in the design, installation, and maintenance of traffic control devices, and identifies standards where applicable. The general principles outlined are applicable to both rural and urban situations.

You will review Traffic Control Devices; Hand Signaling Devices; Guidelines for Using Traffic Control Devices; Typical Situations for Construction; Traffic terminology; Work Zone Traffic Control & Safety Review Notes; State and/or Local Design Standards.

This seminar on Work Zone Traffic Control and Safety was specifically developed by the principles and procedures which experience has shown to enhance the safety of motorists and the workers in the vicinity of work areas.

This is a Two Day Course. Prerequisites must be completed within 1 year of writing exam.

This is NOT the Worksafe B.C. approved Traffic Control Person (TCP) Certification course.

Pre-requisites:
None


Signs and Pavement Marking Technician Level I Certification

This certification program provides an introduction to the latest technology, materials, and rules and regulations that are used for the installation and maintenance of signs and pavement markings on today's roadways.

Accepted industry standards and practices are covered in detail such as the Manual On Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) and how to use it, the various types of signs and pavement markings, and their application and how they interact with one another.

Additional subject matter includes tort and risk liability, work zone safety, school zones, bike lanes, equipment maintenance, asset management, visibility and retroreflectivity, and environmental safety.

This program is intended for those responsible for the installation and maintenance of signs and/or pavement markings on our roadways.

Copyright 2016

This is a Two Day Course. Prerequisites must be completed within 1 year of writing exam.

Pre-requisites:
IMSA Work Zone Temporary Traffic Control Technician Certification or an approved equivalent
One Year Traffic Operations Experience


Signs Technician Level II Certification

The Signs Technician Level II is an advanced certification program that is designed to build upon the fundamental of the Signs & Markings Level I program.

The Level II program covers an advanced level of knowledge and skill sets required specifically for sign design, installation, and maintenance.

In this program the sign technician will expand their understanding of the criteria for the application of signs in accordance with the MUTCD and other references.

Topics covered are when and where these traffic control devices are installed, how to properly manufacture, install and maintain them.

Additional subject matter includes sign requirements for freeways and expressways, speed zones, non-traditional toll managed lanes, guide signs, general and special warning signs, street name signs, route markers and routes signs, and design and location consideration's.

The program also emphasizes the role of and increased responsibility that comes with Level II Signs Technician certification.

This program is intended for those responsible for the installation and maintenance of signs on our roadways and seek an advanced level of professional certification.

Copyright 2016

This is a Two Day Course. Prerequisites must be completed within 1 year of writing exam.

Pre-requisites:
IMSA Work Zone Temporary Traffic Control Technician Certification or an approved equivalent
IMSA Signs and Pavement Markings Technician Level I Certification
Two years Traffic Operations experience


Pavement Markings Technician Level II Certification

The Pavement Markings Technician Level II is an advanced certification program that is designed to build upon the fundamental of the Signs & Markings Level I program.

The Level II program covers an advanced level of knowledge and skill sets required for specifically for pavement marking design, installation, and maintenance.

This Level II program will allow the Pavement Markings Technician to garner greater insight and an advanced understanding of pavement marking materials, installation, and maintenance.

It will also expand their knowledge of the criteria for the application of pavement markings in accordance with the MUTCD and other references.

Topics covered are when and where these traffic control devices are installed, how to properly install and maintain them, material safety, pavement marking visibility, retroreflectivity, freeway and expressway markings, and colors, patterns and widths application standards.

An in depth overview of all of the various marking materials and the technology behind them is also provided.

The program also emphasizes the role of and increased responsibility that comes with Level II Pavement Markings Technician certification.

This program is intended for those responsible for the installation and maintenance of pavement markings on our roadways and seek an advanced level of professional certification.

Copyright 2016

This is a Two Day Course. Prerequisites must be completed within 1 year of writing exam.

Pre-requisites:
IMSA Work Zone Temporary Traffic Control Technician Certification or an approved equivalent
IMSA Signs and Pavement Markings Technician Level I Certification
Two years Traffic Operations experience


Roadway Lighting Technician Level 1 Certification

The Roadway Lighting Technician Level I Certification review program for qualified personnel is designed to cover the fundamental knowledge and skill sets required for individuals working on Roadway Lighting. The review material will address electrical safety and codes, basic electricity, laws, jurisdictional requirements and basic construction and maintenance.

Additional material covered in the program consists of:
Safety and Qualifications
Energy Efficiency
Lamp and Luminaire Components
Electrical Service, Poles and High Mast Components
Basic Lighting Design Fundamentals
Lighting Applications
Maintenance of Systems
Reference Documents
Testing, Investigation and Troubleshooting

This program is intended for those responsible for the installation and maintenance of roadway lighting who seek professional certification.

At the conclusion of each of the seminar sections, the participant will be exposed to questions representative of the the type contained in the certification examination.

Copyright 2012

This is a Two Day Course. Prerequisites must be completed within 1 year of writing exam.

Pre-requisites:
IMSA Work Zone Temporary Traffic Control Technician Certification or an approved equivalent


Roadway Lighting Technician Level 2 Certification

The Roadway Lighting Technician Level II review is an advanced certification program that is designed to build upon the fundamentals of the Roadway Lighting Level I program. The Level II program covers an advanced level of knowledge and skill sets required specifically for roadway lighting design, installation, management and maintenance.

The review material covered in this program is:
Roadway Lighting Design
Electrical Requirements
Structural and Construction Requirements
Roadway Lighting Inspection
Inspection of Underground Facilities
Inspection of Poles
Inspection of Overhead Equipment
Roadway Lighting Control Systems
Lighting Design Calculations
Maintenance and Management
Reference Documents

This program is intended for those responsible for the design, installation, management and maintenance of roadway lighting who seek an advanced level of professional certification.

At the conclusion of each of the seminar sections, the participant will be exposed to questions representative of the the type contained in the certification examination.

Copyright 2015

This is a Two Day Course. Prerequisites must be completed within 1 year of writing exam.

Pre-requisites:
IMSA Work Zone Temporary Traffic Control Technician Certification or an approved equivalent
Roadway Lighting Technician Level I
Two years of roadway lighting field experience.


Traffic Signal Technician Level I Certification

Traffic Signal Level I Certification indicates that the holder is familiar with the concepts and terminology associated with signalized traffic control devices and systems. The content is designed for the entry-level technician that has had some prior training or experience in electrical technology. Worksite safety is a primary skill area, having been covered in Work Zone Traffic Control Safety and also in this coursework. Principals of operation and the primary electrical details of cabinet wiring and components have been introduced. Equipment, methods, and materials of signal system construction have been reviewed. The basics of traffic signal design, maintenance, and legal issues have been explained and discussed. This certification holder is prepared to make a contribution on any traffic signal crew, whether involved in construction, maintenance, or design preparation with proper supervision and guidance. This certification also provides the required background information that will allow the technician to learn the material taught in the four Level II certification courses.

Study Guide: 208 pages Copyright 2008

This is a Two Day Course. Prerequisites must be completed within 1 year of writing exam.

Pre-requisites:
IMSA Work Zone Temporary Traffic Control Technician Certification or an approved equivalent


Traffic Signal Bench Technician Level II Certification

The Traffic Signal Level II Certification indicates the holder has a well-rounded background in traffic signal technology from coursework and experience. The Level II Bench certification indicates the technician has additional training on traffic signal control cabinet equipment. This training includes the programming, application, and maintenance of controllers, conflict monitors, vehicle and pedestrian detection systems, and the communication and power wiring of the cabinet. The technician is also trained in electronic circuit operation and fault diagnosis, and the use of test equipment for diagnosis and certification of control cabinet equipment.

The certification holder is prepared to make a substantial contribution in the signal maintenance operation of either a private firm or a public agency by preparing signal cabinets for deployment and/or troubleshooting and repairing cabinet components that are brought in from the field.

Study Guide: 214 pages Copyright 2009

This is a Two Day Course. Prerequisites must be completed within 1 year of writing exam.

Pre-requisites:
IMSA Level I Traffic Signal Technician Certification.
Two (2) Years Experience in the Traffic Signal Field.


Traffic Signal Construction Technician Level II Certification

The Traffic Signal Level II Certification indicates the holder has a well-rounded background in traffic signal technology from coursework and experience. The Level II Construction certification indicates the technician has additional training on traffic signal control system construction, safety, materials, methods, and equipment. Activities covered include: safe operation of construction equipment (from concrete saws to cranes), planning activities, documentation, and installation of conduits, poles, mast arms, signal heads, cabinets, and inductive loops. Setup and testing of a new signal installation is also reviewed.

The certification holder is prepared to make a substantial contribution in the traffic signal construction group of a private firm or a public agency where new or replacement traffic signal construction is the focus.

Study Guide: 187 pages Copyright 2009

This is a Two Day Course. Prerequisites must be completed within 1 year of writing exam.

Pre-requisites:
IMSA Level I Traffic Signal Technician Certification.
Two (2) Years Experience in the Traffic Signal Field.


Traffic Signal Design/Engineering Technician Level II Certification

The Traffic Signal Level II Certification indicates the holder has a well-rounded background in traffic signal technology from coursework and experience. The Level II Engineering certification indicates the technician has additional training on traffic signal control system planning, design, theory of operation, and legal/regulatory issues. Areas of training include industry standards, liability and regulatory considerations, traffic data collection, site inspections (prior to signal design), detection design, intersection phasing and timing plans, volume density and coordination timing, equipment selection, and project management.

The certification holder is prepared to make a substantial contribution in the design of signalized intersections, whether employed by a private firm or a public agency, where new or replacement traffic signal planning and design is the focus.

Study Guide: 251 pages Copyright 2008

This is a Two Day Course. Prerequisites must be completed within 1 year of writing exam.

Pre-requisites:
IMSA Level I Traffic Signal Technician Certification.
Two (2) Years Experience in the Traffic Signal Field.


Traffic Signal Field Technician Level II Certification

The Traffic Signal Level II Certification indicates the holder has a well-rounded background in traffic signal technology from coursework and experience. The Level II Field certification indicates the technician has additional training on traffic signal control system troubleshooting, on-site repairs, and maintenance methods and equipment. Areas of training include worksite safety, maintenance of traffic, traffic signal system equipment standards and operation, installation inspection, troubleshooting, equipment repair, replacement and programming, test equipment, signal phasing and timing, detection, system communications, preventive maintenance, and documentation.

The certification holder is prepared to make a substantial contribution in the maintenance and repair of signalized intersections, whether employed by a private firm or a public agency.

Study Guide: 266 pages Copyright 2008

This is a Two Day Course. Prerequisites must be completed within 1 year of writing exam.

Pre-requisites:
IMSA Level I Traffic Signal Technician Certification.
Two (2) Years Experience in the Traffic Signal Field.


Traffic Signal Level 3 Field Certification

The 100 question exam associated with the certification has been prepared to test the candidate on a wide range of topics relating to field expertise and general knowledge of the applied traffic signal technologies in the field.

The following lists some of the reference materials that the potential IMSA Traffic Signal Level 3 Field Technician must be familiar with:

NEMA Standards (TS1 and TS2)
170/2070 Standards
Various Traffic Detection Methods (Acoustic, Microwave, Radar, Loops, etc.) Setup and Configuration Manuals
Video Detection Manufacturers Setup Manuals
Lightening Protection Devices
FHWA and ITE Vehicle Detection Manuals
Data Communications Methods (Copper, Fiber Optic, Wireless, etc.)
U.S. M.U.T.C.D. Millennium Edition
Signal Head Types (Incandescent, L.E.D., Programmable, etc.) specifications and installation methods
IMSA Wire and Cable Specifications
ITE Traffic Engineering Manual
ITE Traffic Control Devices Handbook
Traffic Signal Preemption Devices Various Manufacturers Operation and Setup Manuals
Understanding of Basic Electronics and Electrical
U.S. National Electrical Code and/or Canadian Electrical Code

The 100 question exam can be proctored at any time, by arranging with your local IMSA Section Certification Chairperson. The exam is to be proctored and held in a closed classroom environment. No reference materials are allowed in the room.

This is a One Day Course.

Pre-requisites:
IMSA Traffic Signal Level 2 Field Technician Certification
Currently active in the industry


Traffic Signal Level 3 Bench Certification

Pass the IMSA Traffic Signal Level III Bench exam
Pass the IMSA Microprocessors In Traffic Signals exam (MITS)
Pass IMSA Electronics exam for Level III
Safety is of utmost importance. Traffic signals are life safety systems and need to be operated and maintained by only qualified personnel. Technology is changing rapidly in the traffic signal industry and it takes specialized training to be able to keep up with the technology being deployed. Many state and municipal agencies are requiring that individuals be IMSA certified to operate and maintain traffic signals.

Successful completion of the Electronics in Traffic Signal Controls (EITS) exam (or the EIII supplement) and the Microprocessor in Traffic Signals is required for Traffic Signal Level III Certification.

When taking the EITS exam, you must be familiar with the basic principles of: DC electrical fundamentals including voltage, current, circuits, source resistance, power, capacitance and inductance; AC circuit principles including frequency, capacitors, reactance, simple filters, inductance, impedance, resonance and transformers; semiconductor electronics; semiconductor devices; and semiconductor circuits.

For the Microprocessor in Traffic Signals exam, you will need to know the history of the microprocessor, number systems and computer arithmetic, Boolean algebra, integrated circuits, architecture of microprocessors, memory, basics of operation, input and output, programming, and troubleshooting.

Pre-requisites:
IMSA Traffic Signal Level 2 Bench Technician Certification
Five Years Experience as a Traffic Signal Bench Technician


Traffic Signal Inspection

The IMSA Traffic Signal Inspection Certification Program is designed to ensure public safety by helping individuals to understand fundamental concepts associated with the inspection for construction of traffic signal installations. Traffic Signals are a key element in our transportation system and the proper operation of these signals is of paramount importance in maintaining reasonable levels of mobility. A Knowledgeable traffic signal inspection is required to ensure that proper/specified construction practices are followed during signal installation resulting in signals that operate as intended. Knowledgeable inspection is also a key element in limiting the liability exposure of governmental agencies associated with malfunctioning traffic signals.

Traffic Signal Inspection Certification is recommended for all individuals involved in the inspection of traffic signal construction. It is also a valuable course for contractor personnel, since it provides an inspector viewpoint of traffic signal construction.

Topics covered in the Traffic Signal Inspection Certification Course Manual include: Introduction to Traffic Signal Inspection; Inspection of Underground Facilities; Inspection of Traffic Signal Supports; Inspection of Overhead Equipment; Inspection of the Vehicular and Pedestrian Detection Systems; Inspection of the Controller Assembly; Safety Requirements; and Final Acceptance and Turn-On.

This is a Two Day Course. Prerequisites must be completed within 1 year of writing exam.

Pre-requisites:
IMSA Level I Traffic Signal Technician Certification.(Effective August 1st 2018)


Introduction to Traffic Signals - Design and Operation

Participant Skill Level: EIT; Junior Engineer; Junior Tech/Electrician; Junior Signal Designer.

Covering Topics:

  • Reasons for Traffic Signals;
  • Industry standards and practices for reference;
  • Traffic Signal Design Considerations;
  • Traffic Signal Equipment Overview;
  • Traffic Signal Equipment Programming and Configuration Considerations
  • Traffic Signal Design Drawings and Specifications Overview;
  • Traffic Signal Timings and Coordination Overview;
  • Traffic Signal Construction; (Designers/Inspectors Perspective)

The attendees will be introduced to all aspects of the development of traffic signal design ranging from the planning/engineering evaluation and justification process through to traffic signal construction oversight. Some traffic signal equipment will be on-hand to bring a "real-world" perspective to traffic signal equipment and equipment programming considerations.

Instructors: Larry Parks and Graeme Kraft

Cost: $950 + GST

This is a Two Day Special Education (Non-Certification) Seminar.




An Introduction to Traffic Signal Operations

A 2 Day program intended to provide an overview of the entire process of designing an intersection control strategy from Engineering to Controller Implementation.

Day 1 - Presentation by Mr. Edwin Hull P.Eng. Transportation Engineer
-Definition What is Traffic Engineering?
-Context Politics/Policy versus technical considerations
-Transport Planning Land use &multi-modal considerations
-Roadway capacities Critical parameters
-Intersection capacities Critical considerations
-Traffic Signal Systems Objectives and MOE
-Levels of Service Delay versus capacity
-Pedestrians and Cyclists Impact on signal operations
-Transit Atypical operating characteristics
-Outline remainder of Seminar and how it relates to above topics.
.

Day 2 Presentations:

-A presentation by Mr. Jan Voss P.Eng. Transportation Engineer of Creative Transportation Solutions (CTS), on the ITE method of calculating the Pedestrian, Yellow and Red Clearance periods.
-A presentation by Mr. Larry Parks A.Sc.T. beginning with a short discussion on the various software tools used in traffic engineering,  followed by a review of an existing arterial analysis using the Synchro software program and the various data that is required to properly set up an arterial simulation in the Sim-Traffic software program.
-A presentation by Mr. Daryl Matthews of Econolite Canada Inc. will begin with a demonstration of a typical traffic signal controller cabinet setup complete with all of the components. This will be followed by a presentation on the programming of a typical traffic controller with the coordination timing settings in the arterial analysis presented by Mr. Larry Parks.
-A presentation by Mr. Bill Williams of the City of Surrey and Mr. Len Mierau, BC Section Certification Chair, on the 170 controller split timings and offset timings using a line diagram, and the manual calculation of the start and end of the permissive periods.
Pre-requisites: 
None


Traffic Control Infrastructure Technology Workshop

A One day "Special Edcation" session presented by Anixter Canada and the IMSA B.C. Section, scheduled for Friday November. 6th, 2009 in Coquitlam.

This is NOT an IMSA Certification course but TARP points will be awarded to CURRENT IMSA members.

Non-Members wanting to credit this session towards Certification Renewal should bring their Personal Log to the session.

Agenda
08:30 - 1. Introductions
- 2. Basic traffic signal and roadway lighting wiring and cable options
a. IMSA Cable Specifications and cable types used in Canada
i. Traffic signal cable (discussion on single wire vs. IMSA cable)
ii. Detector cable
b. Specialty Traffic Signal Cabling
i. Video Detection (Coax, Power Over Ethernet, etc.)
ii. Other (Cat5E distance limitations, cost and additional dist. if a switch is used)
c. Wire Selection and types for Roadway Lighting
i. In conduit wire types/sizing
ii. Direct Bury wire types/selection
d. Conduit Fill and implications of multi-cable runs. Also should include a discussion on the conduit type (DB2 vs. RPVC, etc) for underground installations.
e. Cable/Wiring Splicing Devices and Methods for Traffic Signal and Roadway Lighting systems (splices in hand holes, JB's, - marrettes, burndies, gel filled, etc.)
f. Typical Wiring/Cabling Design Considerations
- 3. Introduction to Traffic Signal Communications Types
a. Copper Twisted Pair proprietary protocols ECPIP, AB3418, NTCIP
b. Copper Twisted Pair(s) Ethernet
c. Radio (Serial, Ethernet, etc.)
- 4. The Traffic Signal Cabinet
a. Basic internal cabinet architecture/equipment
i. Traffic controller types NEMA TS-2, 170/2070 form factor, etc
ii. Preemption equipment types
10:15 - Break
10:45 - 5. Ethernet 101
a. Brief introduction to Ethernet Communication concept
b. Discussion on Ethernet (IP) Addressing concept (eg. a given IP and subnet = x addresses, change only subnet and now you have xx addresses available, etc.)
c. Ethernet Switches
i. Un-managed
ii. Managed
iii. Port Types and Reasons for Combinations
d. RS232 Interfaces for Traffic Controllers (for conversion of non-Ethernet traffic controllers to Ethernet communications).
12:00 - Noon Lunch Break
13:00 - 6. The Fiber Optic Traffic Signal Cabinet
a. Details on equipment required for a Fiber Optic based Controller Cabinet
i. Fiber Optic Cabling (basics and multi-mode vs. single-mode discussion, discussion on C.E.C. requirements if in conduits with power conductors)
ii. Pre-terminated vs Field Terminated systems
iii. Fiber Patch Panel
1. Size/Design Options
2. Connector Definitions and Selection Criteria
3. Patch Cord Selection and Use
- 7. Equipment discussion for Ethernet Radio application
a. Wireless ITS systems
b. Mesh vs. Point-Point
c. Radio antenna types/considerations
d. Radio interfaces to Serial or Ethernet based traffic control cabinets
15:00 - Break
15:15

- 8. Other Equipment interface and connection to an Ethernet Environment

a. IP based Video Cameras
b. Ethernet ready Preemption Systems
c. Etc
- Wrap up and Open Discussions till 16:00

Pre-requisites: 
None


An Introduction to 170 Controllers, 332 Cabinets and Quicnet/Quicload Software

A 2 Day program intended to provide an overview of the 170 Controller, 332 Cabinet and the Quicnet/Quicload software presented by Mr Jerry Bloodgood PE of Adept Consulting Inc. Woodland CA.

Day 1 Presentations
-An introduction to 332 cabinets and components - 1 Hour
-A detailed outline of the 170 Controllers and controller programming, including detection inputs, coordination and pre-emption - 6 Hours
.

Day 2 Presentations:

-Quicnet/Quicload controller communications/laptop interface/system setup - 3 Hours
-Cabinet/controller troubleshooting - 3 Hours
-Open discussion and questions - 1 Hour
Pre-requisites: 
None


Fiber Optics for ITS Level 1

The Fiber Optics for Intellignt Transportation Systems (ITS) course presented by The Light Brigade in conjunction with IMSA is intended to provide a practical understanding of how fiber optics and fiber-optic technology are integrated into modern traffic systems.

Fiber Optics for ITS Level I involves 16 hours of classroom training covering fiber optic theory, installation, splicing, testing and maintenance disciplines, and system design. In addition, the course includes four chapters on video transmission, real-time video, traffic control systems, and next generation systems that are key to the evolution from analog to digital ITS applications. This includes optical multiplexing (WDM, CWDM), bi-directional transmission, and bandwidth considerations for those using or considering multimode fibers.

TOPICS COVERED
-Introduction to Fiber Optics -Light Sources -Real-time Video
-Fiber Theory and Optical Fibers -Detectors      Multi-channel High-density
-Fiber Optic Cables -Repeaters and Regenerators      FM and Digital Transmission
-Fiber Optic Connectors -Analog and Digital Transmission -Traffic Control Systems
-Fiber Optic Splicing -Passive Devices      Traffic Controllers
-Panels, Trays and Closures -System Design      Data Modem Protocols
-Installation Methods and Tools -Video Transmission -Next Generation Systems
-Testing and Test Equipment      Transmission Formats      Legacy Hybrid All-IP
-Maintenance and Restoration      Data Transport Systems -System Standard
-Fiber and Laser Safety

This is a Two Day Course. Prerequisites must be completed within 1 year of writing exam.
Prices are approximate (US exchange rate)

Pre-requisites:
None


Fiber Optics for ITS Level 2

The Fiber Optics for Intellignt Transportation Systems (ITS) course presented by The Light Brigade in conjunction with IMSA is intended to provide a practical understanding of how fiber optics and fiber-optic technology are integrated into modern traffic systems.

Fiber Optics for ITS Level II involves 16 hours of hands-on training on fiber optic splicing, cable preparation, OTDR operation, optical loss testing, and system design. Level I certification is required in order to be eligible for Level II certification.

TRAINING LABS AND CERTIFICATION TESTING
-Station #1 Splicing -Station #3 OTDR Operation -Station #5 Systems
     Fusion and Mechanical      Acceptance Testing      CCTV Video Systems
     Restoration Scenarios      Span Acceptance/Splice Loss      Multi-drop Data Networks
     Fiber Handling and Cleaving      Reflection Testing      Measure Tx and Rx Power
     Terminating No-polish Connectors      Emergency Restoration      Variable and Fixed Attenuators
-Station #2 Cable Preparation      Troubleshooting
     Loose Tube Cables -Station #4 Optical Loss Testing
     Indoor/Outdoor Cables      Link Loss Measurement
     Patch Panel Preparation      Cleaning and Inspection
     Splice Closure Preparation      Identifiers and Tracers
     Mid-entry Practices      Documentation

This is a Two Day Course. Prerequisites must be completed within 1 year of writing exam. Electronics Technician Association (ETA) Certification is available for an additional fee.
Prices are approximate (US exchange rate)

Pre-requisites: 
Fiber Optics for ITS Level 1

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