Telecommunications Tower Technician 1

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The program of study prepares a student for an entry level tower technician (working at heights) position in the telecommunication sector. Topics include safety, basic rigging and fall protection, principles of electricity, fiber optics, wireless technology, cell components, antenna basics, and spectrum management. Tower technicians are on the front lines of connecting America’s rural, unserved, and underserved communities to broadband and highspeed communications services.  As the need for broadband services grows across the globe, tower technicians and communications infrastructure contractors will be called upon to install communications and broadcast towers that connect rural, unserved, and underserved communities.

Course Titles

  • Introduction to Telecommunications
  • Telecom Safety and Best Practices (Part I)
  • Wireless Industry Standards and Best Practices (Part 2)
  • Telecom Installation and Maintenance
  • Telecom Antennas and Lines
  • Telecom Structure Construction, Modification and Maintenance
  • NWSA Test Preparation
  • Tower Technician 1 Certification course starts June 6, 2022 at our Fremont Campus! Class size is limited.


To Enroll, or for more information

Contact Lorena Mason