School’s In For Summer: Earn BICSI CECs With On-Demand Webinar Replays

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August 8, 2016 at 7:16 pm  •  Posted in Data Communications  •  0 Comments

Today’s technological wizardry is a far cry from the flip phones and tape decks of yesteryear. In this day and age, we chew up and spit out data at an alarming rate. Before we know it, the Internet of Things (IoT) will completely link the physical and digital worlds. Life, business, and the data center will never be the same.

As our world progresses, the information and communication technology (ICT) industry evolves along with it. For ICT contractors, continuing education is one way to raise the bar and stay in the know on changing industry standards.

The Lesson:

Sorry to break it to you, but school’s not out for summer. In this blog post, you’ll learn about BICSI’s Continuing Education Program and how to earn BICSI Continuing Education Credits. Let’s begin the lesson, shall we?

BICSI’s Credentialing Program

BICSI’s Continuing Education (CEC) Program creates a new standard of knowledge around ICT designs and installs. Those who make the cut must continue to set the bar high. BICSI candidates are expected to follow strict standards of conduct and pass a series of rigorous exams to earn professional designations. Candidates must also commit to continuing education.

Earn BICSI CECs

Graybar’s BICSI On-Demand Webinars were designed to help you get up to speed on emerging technology and industry best practice. In these videos, you’ll learn about leading-edge products and technology used in building intelligence and energy-efficiency applications.

*Each of the videos below is approved for one BICSI CEC. Click on the award ribbon at the bottom of the screen to download and print your certificate.

Why Base-8 in the Data Center?

What You’ll Learn

Are you future ready? In this G2 Talk webinar, Corning will school you on fiber utilization and the case for Base-8. Learn how to manage and minimize your total cost of ownership.

WATCH THE WEBINAR

6 Basics of AV With HDBaseT Over Category Cable

What You’ll Learn

Are you capitalizing on the demand for high-definition video? From the boardroom to the classroom, the audiovisual landscape is rapidly changing. This webinar will cover technologies and methods of connecting A/V sources to HD displays using twisted-pair cabling.

WATCH THE WEBINAR

What You Don’t Know About Multimode Fiber But Should

What You’ll Learn

Learn how Wide Band Multimode Fiber (WBMMF) will enable migration from 10, 40, and even 100 Gigabit speeds over a single fiber pair. Learn about application drivers, multiplexing technology, parallel fiber transmission, and Short Wavelength Wave Division Multiplexing.

WATCH THE WEBINAR

The Future of Copper Cabling & Implications of 25 & 40GBASE-T

What You’ll Learn

10GBASE-T is expected to become the leading choice for data center and cloud upgrades. In this webinar, you’ll learn how IEEE 802.3, TIA, and ISO/IEC has shaped objectives for 25G/40GBASE-T and requirements for next-generation cabling.

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Best Practices for Deploying & Maintaining Distributed IT Infrastructure

What You’ll Learn

Get a grasp on how to better manage risk and costs at the edge of the network. In this webinar, you’ll learn how to increase application availability, lower service costs, and improve security and speed of IT deployment.

WATCH THE WEBINAR

Over To You

On Twitter? Tweet your webinar questions to @Graybar using #G2Talk. Join the conversation by leaving a comment below, or connecting with us on Facebook or Twitter @GraybarESP.

 

Todd Reed, National Market ManagerAbout The Author
Todd Reed, National Market Manager

As National Market Manager at Graybar, Todd’s goal is to find the best products and solutions to help contractors work more efficiently, stay safe on the job, and win more productive and profitable business.

 

 
Sources & Credits
BICSI: BICSI Continuing Education Credits (CECs)
BICSI: Credentialing Information  
Cabling Installation & Maintenance: New BICSI President Brian Ensign’s 3 key initiatives for the association  

 

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