Fiber Optics Training Program

Information Technology Industry Development Agency (ITIDA) signed a cooperation protocol with National Telecom Regulatory Authority (NTRA) and National Telecommunication Institute (NTI) to implement a specialized training program that develops technical and professional capacities in the field of setting up, operating and maintaining fiber-optic networks.
Overview
 

Information Technology Industry Development Agency (ITIDA) has renewed the signed cooperation protocol with National Telecom Regulatory Authority (NTRA) and National Telecommunication Institute (NTI) to implement a specialized training program that develops technical and professional capacities in the field of setting up, operating and maintaining fiber-optic networks.

Fiber optics training program aims to raise the capacities of 1500 young technicians and enable them to execute, operate and maintain fiber-optic networks across a broad range of disciplines.

The new protocol states phase 3 of this training project. For more information about the previous phases and outcomes, please visit this link.

Program Objectives
 
 
Create sustainable talent pool of Fiber Optic Networks technicians
 
Satisfy the ICT market needs in almost every governorate through training implementation in CREATIVA centers
 
Provide job opportunities locally and internationally

Eligibility Criteria
 

Only the following candidates are eligible to join the training program:

 
Physical disability-free candidates, especially, from color blindness and speaking problems (pass or fail)
 
Graduates with basic electronics background
 
Pass the personal interview

Benefits
 

Fiber Optics Training program aims to develop the technical capabilities of 1500 technicians. The training seeks to fulfill the national projects in short and medium terms based on fiber optics networks infrastructure. Priority is given to the New Capital projects, the Suez Canal axis development project and major infrastructure projects in Cairo and other governorates.

The training Tracks will cover the following:

 
Main used terms in fiber optics: light theory, decibels, dispersion, losses and more
 
Fiber optic components appropriate for fiber optic networks
 
Communications systems utilizing fiber optics
 
Types of cables and fibers
 
Overview of fiber optic applications and installations
 
Installation of premises and outside plant fiber optic cables
 
Using adhesive/polish methods and multimode and single mode terminations
 
Preparation of cables, fusion splicing fibers, placing splices in splice trays and then placing trays in splice closures
 
Splice testing with an OTDR ​
 
Using different measuring devices: VFL, LSPM, and OTDR ​
 
Hands-on lab exercises: including splicing, termination, testing and troubleshooting ​
 
design basics of WAN, LAN and FTTH ​
 
Hands-on lab about FTTH technology ​
 
Safety standards for personal safety and others ​
 
Understand the value of devices used ​
 
Understand the value of the suitable work environment to enhance performance ​
 
How time management can help achieve things in time and with high quality ​
 
Read data sheets and standard specifications ​

Agenda
 

Train 1500 technicians from December 2020 until December 2022.

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