The Infrastructure Academy Comes to BICSI Winter Conference

The BICSI Winter Conference is less than a week away and there are some of you who are looking to satisfy your BICSI CECs. You’re in luck. James Donovan is attending the show and will explain how you can get involved with the Infrastructure Academy to satisfy your continuing education credits.

2015_BICSI_BannerAs many of you might know, this year’s BICSI Winter Conference and Exhibition will be held next week in Orlando, Fl. This is exciting for me because I will be representing the CommScope Infrastructure Academy.

At last year’s show, I received many inquiries from CommScope representatives about attendees stopping by our booth wanting to know more about the Academy and how they can enroll in classes. This year, I am excited to announce that I’ll be attending the BICSI conference and can be found at CommScope booth (#215) to help answer questions about the Academy.

While I do not want to take away from what we will be promoting at the booth during the show—ION-E, imVision and Redwood Systems—I am excited to talk about the Academy to those of you who want to expand you infrastructure knowledge.

Next week’s show is also the perfect place to showcase the Academy because BICSI is a professional association supporting the advancement of the information and communications technology (ICT) community. It provides information, education and knowledge assessment for individuals and companies in the ICT industry. Through courses, conferences, publications and professional registration programs, BICSI assists ICT professionals in delivering critical products and services, and offer opportunities for continual improvement and enhanced professional stature. And if you didn’t know by now, all CommScope courses are registered with BICSI and BICSI CECs (continuous education credits) can be gained upon completion.

InfrastructureAcademyLogoAs a prime industry event, the BICSI conference is an ideal place for the Academy to meet and update past, present and future students on the latest courses available, including new courses on fiber optic infrastructures, wireless infrastructures, LED lighting and other innovative applications.

If you can’t make it to BICSI next week, you can get more information by:

If you are in need of training or continuing education credits and plan on attending the BICSI conference next week, feel free to stop by booth #215 and speak with me about the Infrastructure Academy. I look forward to meeting you and discussing your training needs.