Fiber Optics Technician Training to Begin at National Park College

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Contact: Jeff Weaver, Melony Ritter
(501) 760.6410 office
press@np.edu

January 13, 2016  

FIBER OPTICS TECHNICIAN TRAINING TO BEGIN AT NATIONAL PARK COLLEGE

Hot Springs, Arkansas – National Park College (NPC) has partnered with BDI DataLynk to offer industry recognized, Fiber Optic Association (FOA) sanctioned, fiber optics networking courses in 2016. Fiber optics networking is a highly technical, hands-on field that is forecasted to experience high growth through 2022. Employment opportunities could include jobs in the cable, satellite television, or phone industries.

The courses can be completed in one week and will begin February 8, 2016 and again on April 25, 2016 and November 12, 2016. Industry certifications are awarded with the completion of each course. Instructor, Bob Ballard is a Vietnam veteran and a FOA certified master instructor.

BDI Fiber Optic StudentRegistration can be completed by contacting Workforce Development and Continuing Education at National Park College at 501-760-4223 or via email atmthornton@np.edu. Onsite sessions at customer locations can also be arranged to accommodate industry needs.

BDI DataLynk is an Austin based, veteran-owned company providing standards based fiber optic network training programs. All programs are sanctioned by the Fiber Optic Association (FOA). Photo: BDI student performing hands-on fiber optic coursework.

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