FiberOptic.com Courses Recognized for NETA CTDs

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NETA Continuing Technical Development Credits (CTDs)

FiberOptic.com is excited to announce that three of its courses have been reviewed by the InterNational Electrical Testing Association (NETA) and are now eligible for NETA CTDs (Continuing Technical Development Credits).


Level 2 NETA certified technicians are required to earn 24 CTDs credits every 3 years to maintain their certification. Level 3 and 4 NETA certified technicians are required to earn 48 CTD credits every three years to maintain their certification. For more information about the CTD program and requirements, please contact the NETA office at neta@netaworld.org or 888-300-6382.


The following FiberOptic.com courses have been reviewed by the CTD Review Committee:

Course Title: Certified Fiber Optic Installer  

Course Provider: FiberOptic.com

Decision: APPROVED

CTDs:  8

 

Course Title: Fiber Optic Utilities Specialized Installer  

Course Provider: FiberOptic.com

Decision: APPROVED

CTDs:  8

 

Course Title: Fiber Optic Technician  

Course Provider: FiberOptic.com

Decision: APPROVED

CTDs:  8

 


FAQs

Q. What is a NETA Certified Technician?

A. NETA Certified Technicians are technicians who are employed by a NETA Accredited Company and who have achieved NETA Certification at Level III or Level IV through successful completion of the NETA examinations and meet continuing education, training, and years of experience requirements. Level II Assistant Technicians have also passed an examination and meet training and years of experience requirements. To learn more about the specific requirements for each level of certification, please click here.


Q. How do I find a NETA Certified Technician?

A. NETA Certified Technicians must be employed by a NETA Accredited Company in order to be considered to have a valid certification card. To locate a NETA Accredited Company in your area, please click here.

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