SCTE Virtual Training- Free of Charge for SCTE Chapters

SCTE virtual training can be used to supplement a regular chapter training session, a strategic planning session or a board meeting. SCTE virtual training will include a live staff speaker who presents remotely and can adapt the topic to the specific audience. The training will last anywhere from 30 minutes to 2hrs depending on the topic. There is no cost to the chapter from SCTE. The chapter does need to have a good broadband connection in order to see the presentation.

The topics that staff currently offers are as follows:

  • Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)
  • Routing Information Protocol (RIP)
  • Residential Voice Wiring / Installation
  • IPv6 Addressing and Deployment
  • IP Subnetting, VLSM and Supernetting
  • Optical Power Budgets
  • Fiber 101
  • Transmission Characteristics of Fiber
  • Electrical Properties of Signals
  • Modulation and Multiplexing
  • MPEG
  • CCNA Topics
  • Linux
  • Network Address Translation
  • Home Networks
  • Residential Wi-Fi 
  • Routing IP Networks
  • Ethernet VLANs
  • Video Compression
  • Broadband Distribution Specialist - Cable network maintenance and troubleshooting
  • Broadband Transport Specialist - Fiber Optics Theory
  • Impact of Going All Digital
  • IP Engineering Protocol
  • Ethernet
  • Understanding Cable Technology
  • Return Path Operations
  • Capacity Management
  • DOCSIS 3.0 
  • Broadband Premise Installation Certification 
  • Signaling and Transmission in Cable Networks
  • Customer Service
  • Bonding and Grounding
  • Test Equipment and Common Measurements
  • Equipment Installation 
  • Supervisor 101 (overview)
  • SCTE certification overview
  • Proactive in Maintaining Modern Cable Networks with High Availability/Reliability
  • TCO and New Metrics for Measuring the Economic Impact of Technology Decisions
  • Network Operations Perspective on Transitioning to All IP
  • Capacity Modeling, Management, and Planning in Cable Access Networks

If your chapter is interested in one of the above presentations, contact Robin Fenton or to schedule the training. If there are additional topics that your chapter would be interested in let us know.