Most of us take for granted that our phones, TVs, and computers connect to some sort of network. We hardy think about the people and technology that make those networks function.
We don't truly understand what goes into setting up, maintaining, and repairing the telecommunications infrastructure we rely on every single day.
This is the world of network cabling. Professionals in this field take special training to learn how to install, troubleshoot, and maintain the structured cabling systems that transmit data, voice, and video.
Thinking of starting a career in this industry?
You probably have some questions about network cabling training, like what skills you'll learn and what jobs you can get after graduation.
That's exactly what we're covering in today's post. Get a good overview of this program, find out what to expect, and see if network cabling is right for you.