AWS Academy



ALANTEK Structured Cabling System and Design Course

(Alantek Open Cabling Certified Installer)

This course is intended for anyone who will be involved in the Design and Engineering of Structured Cabling Systems. The primary audience will be installers moving into design, designers, sales support, technical support personnel, account managers, consultants and 'end users' involved in infrastructure specification.

What you will learn:

   Know the Fundamentals of Structured Cabling Systems

   Overview industry standards

   Understand data communications fundamentals

   Review basic transmission principles

   Copper and Fiber Premises Cables

   Understand the designer’s role and responsibilities

    Learn about project and installation planning with respect to infrastructures

    Provide a foundation of essential knowledge to support Infrastructure design

    Learn about vertical and horizontal design copper and fiber

    Know what to consider for campus designs

    Select optimum products for the design


Day One  – Structured Cabling System, Design Preparation, Networking Fundamentals, Transmission Theory, Standards and Performance, Vertical and Horizontal Design, actual demonstration for copper termination and testing using DSX Cable Analyzer.

Day Two  – fiber transmission basics, tier 1 and tier 2 test methods, Building Backbone Design, Campus Backbone Design, Passive Optical Network, fiber termination and fusion splicing, fiber testing using DSX Cable Analyzer.


Dennis L. Molina, PECE, CCTT, CSCIS                                                     Messalah Barba                                                

AOCI Instructor                                                                                                    Assistant Technical Instructor




Fluke Cable Testing Course

( Certified Cable Test Technician)


A cable testing course covering the theory and practical aspects of copper and fibre optic testing and certification utilising the Fluke Networks DSX-5000 CableAnalyzer, CertiFiber® Pro Optical Loss Test Set and OptiFiber® Pro OTDR to test, analyze, and achieve optimal performance of new high performance cabling installations.

Certified technicians can:

a.      Work with the standards and technology that drive high performance cabling systems.

b.      Effectively use the ProjXTM Project Management capabilities of the Versiv Cabling Certification Product Family.

c.      Demonstrate their know-how in a real world situation using the DSX-5000 CableAnalyzer, CertiFiber® Pro Optical Loss Test Set and OptiFiber® Pro OTDR to test, analyze, and achieve optimal performance of new high performance cabling installations.

d.      Apply their knowledge in a wide variety of applications deploying both shielded and unshielded cabling infrastructure as well as multimode and singlemode optical fiber.

e.      Execute the new resistance unbalance, TCL, ELTCTL and shield integrity performance parameter tests.

f.       Take advantage of the powerful troubleshooting capabilities of the DSX-5000 CableAnalyzerTM, CertiFiber® Pro Optical Loss Test Set and OptiFiber® Pro OTDR enabling them to work with confidence minimising the times they need to consult an expert either within their company or from a cabling manufacturer.

Day One  – DSX-5000 CableAnalyzer testing, Versiv introduction and common settings, Exporting configuration and results, Copper test limits/standards, Adapter types, Configuring for a twisted pair test, Making a measurement and reviewing the result. New test parameters: DC Resistance Unbalance, TCL, ELTCTL. DSX diagnostics HDTDX and HDTDR. Single test. Patch cord certification. Alien Crosstalk


Day Two  – CertiFiber Pro testing, Basic fiber theory, Encircled flux. Configuring the CertiFiber Pro, Fiber inspection, Automated analysis. Setting a reference for a duplex link, LC to LC duplex. Creating a custom test limit. ISO/IEC 14763-3. Understanding how the different connector losses differ from other standards. Setting a reference for a simplex link. SC/APC to SC/APC.


Dennis L. Molina, PECE, CCTT, CSCIS                                         Christian Mirambel

CCTT Instructor                                                                                       Assistant Technical Instructor




MERITLILIN CCTV Systems Training Course

(Certified CCTV Surveillance Specialist)


The purpose of this training session is to build a solid working knowledge of Meritlilin Video

Solutions. This training will cover analog, Hybrid and IP solutions and products. Hands-on

exercises will help the attendees to build experience on the subjects.


The following items will be discussed during the training session:

 Fundamentals of CCTV Surveillance System

Connectivity Solutions

Server and storage solutions

Video Management Software

Analog, IP and Hybrid cameras (Standard 4CIF, Megapixel, High Definition)

Video analytics

Video Integration

Archiving Solutions

Lens and Storage Calculation

CCTV Design and implementation

Day #1 Introduction of Video Surveillance, CCTV Equipment Basics, Types of Cameras, CCTV Parameters and terms, Video Recorder, Network bandwidth and storage calculation, Hands-on Session

Day #2 Video Management Software, Recording and playback, Video Analytics, Alarm and Notification, event management, Archiving, Video Integration, Redundancy Solutions, Mapping, CCTV Design and Implementation, Hands-on Session


Dennis L. Molina, PECE, CCTT, CSCIS                                                       Joemar Olarte

Meritlilin Certified Video Specialist                                                               Assistant Technical Instructor




PROTEC FDAS Training Course

(Certified FDAS Specialist)

This training course is suited to installation companies or individuals wishing to improve their skills and develop their knowledge for fire alarm and detection system. Fire system engineers will learn a better understanding of integrating fire systems with other equipment, such as access control and CCTV. The training course is also recommended for electrical installation companies who are already installing conventional systems and wish to seek new opportunities and business in the more profitable addressable fire alarm systems.

What you will learn:

Different cable methods used in conventional and addressable systems

Installing cables to comply with BS5839

Configuring and programing analogue addressable devices

Controlling ancillary equipment via input / output modules

Setting up and test smoke and heat detectors

Setting up and test directional smoke beams

Correctly installing and maintaining conventional and addressable systems

Correct methods of cable termination

Selecting and using test equipment

Day #1 Introduction of fire alarm systems, standards and codes, conventional and addressable FDAS, FDAS Design and Concepts, Testing and Commissioning, Best practices and integration systems, Bill of materials and specifications,

Day #2 Aspirating Detection, Aspirating Design and Concepts, Actual wiring of devices and panels, programming and troubleshooting, sample installation, actual demonstration of conventional and addressable fire alarm systems.


Dennis L. Molina, PECE, CCTT, CSCIS                                                  Ronron Rester Dela Cruz

Certified FDAS Instructor                                                                             Assitant Technical Instructor