comCables Launches New Video Training Series
comCables new video series will train customers in structured cabling
Denver, CO (February 2015) comCables announced the introduction of their new online video training series this month. The training, found at www.comcablestraining.com, is an online video based program where distributors and contractors watch entertaining videos and take corresponding quizzes. The series contains eleven modules which cover topics from basic cabling, to codes and standards. Each module also contains a downloadable, corresponding technical PDF.
“We are excited to roll out this unique project and share it with our customers, in addition to anyone who may be interested in learning about structured cabling and comCables. This training series will explain the key elements in structured cabling and offers a great foundation to build off of. They will not only learn the basics, but also codes and standards along with where comCables’ products fit in the system. This training series is great for the beginner and was designed to take the unknowns out of these complex systems. It is very straightforward and walks the user through structured cabling step by step,” says Tom McAllister, comCables’ Director of Structured Cabling.
comCables video training is free of cost, each customer must be given an approved access code before training can begin. A certificate of completion is given after each trainee has passed all of the modules.
comCables, a Tier 1 structured cabling manufacturer, is headquartered in Denver, Colorado. comCables manufactures a complete end-to-end solution of copper and fiber structured cabling products. comCables’ products range from Enterprise to Residential systems while focusing on standards based performance. comCables’ products meet the TIA standard requirements, and are ETL and UL listed/verified. For more information, visit www.comCables.com.
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