BICSI DD102: Designing Telecommunications Distribution Systems

 

Course Objective

 

BICSI DD102 Design Telecommunications Distribution Systems course focuses on training the students to how to design telecoms distribution systems in this comprehensive workshop.

 

DD102 is an intensive course that focuses on designing a structured cabling system. You will design telecommunications spaces, horizontal and backbone distribution systems, respond to and bid an RFQ and select media. Effective strategies utilized to enhance your learning experience include case studies and structured application exercises using modernized blueprints with solutions based upon real-world conditions.

 

DD102 is also an essential course to prepare the participants for the Registered Communication Distribution Designer (RCDD) examination, a credential which sets the benchmark for the Information Transport Systems (ITS) industry.

 

Those awarded with the RCDD designation have demonstrated their knowledge in the design, implementation and integration of information transport systems and related infrastructure.

 

Who Should Attend

Individuals responsible for information technology system (ITS) design with at least two years of on-the-job experience in low-voltage cabling systems

 

What's In It For Me ?

 

Besides the network design skills and knowhow which the participants will acquire after the completion of this course, the course is also essential in preparing you to earn the elite RCDD designation. This RCDD designation sets the benchmark for the ITS industry.

 

DC102: Applied Data Center Design and Best Practices

 

Course Objectives

BICSI's DC102: Applied Data Center Design and Best Practices course is a five-day course that provides an in-depth review of best practices for designing data centers. In this course you will be introduced to various data center infrastructure systems. In addition, you will have an opportunity to apply what you have learned by engaging in case studies, discussions and real-world scenarios, as well as gain practical application in ICT data center design best practices. After completing this course, you should be able to design a data center based on a set of given requirements; this will include both new and retrofit designs.

In addition to data center design, the course will also include life safety practices such as grounding and bonding to ensure that you can account for these issues when designing a data center. On the last day of the course, you will be able to evaluate your learning through a final project and a comprehensive course assessment.

 

Course Contents

Topics covered include::

  • Data center design process

  • Site location

  • Building and support spaces

  • Computer room layout

  • Electrical systems

  • Bonding and grounding (earthing)

  • Mechanical systems

  • Telecommunications and IT

  • Ancillary systems

    • Security systems

    • Fire protection systems

    • Building automation systems (BAS)

    • Lighting

  • Security plan

  • Commissioning

 

Who Should Attend

Data center professionals including IT, telecommunications, facility and project managers, architects, engineers, designers and consultants and anyone involved in the planning, implementing, operating, and making of critical decisions regarding data centers can benefit from this course.

 

What's In It For Me ?

The size, number and reliance upon data centers worldwide is growing. With demand for qualified professionals to support this multibillion dollar industry out-pacing current supply, this class provides the foundation necessary to succeed in today's market.

 

 

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