FOA Certification Renewal Update Online CourseThis online self-study program, the FOA Certification Renewal Update, will allow FOA certified technicians to meet the renewal requirement for continuing education.
This self-study program consists of three parts:
After you complete the FOA Certification Renewal online self-study course, you must take an online exam and, when you pass the exam, get a "Certificate of Completion" for this renewal course that indicates you have completed the continuing education requirements for FOA Certification renewal. You should complete the two lessons including taking the quizzes at the end of each to ensure you have learned the material. When you believe you are prepared for the renewal exam, you can take the online exam which will give you a "Certificate of Completion" for this course and also pay for the renewal of your certification.
Note: You will need your FOA Certification number and expiration date (MM/YY) to take the exam.
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Read the materials linked on each lesson plan and take the quiz ("Test Your Comprehension" quiz at the end. Each quiz will grade your answers and give you the correct answers with explanations.)
This is a simple refresher course covering the basics of fiber optics through its jargon. Read this online page "The Fiber Optic Jargon-Illustrated" and when you are finished, take this quiz and test your comprehension.
the last year or so, the FOA Newsletter has covered
items of technical interest including new applications
and components as well as technical topics that every
tech should understand. Read the online "Fiber
Optic Update" and when you are finished take
this online quiz and test your comprehension.
When you have completed the two lessons and taken the quizzes and feel you are prepared for the FOA Certification Renewal Exam, go here to take the exam. When you take the exam, you will confirm your renewal status and pay your renewal fee online.
This information is provided by The Fiber Optic Association, Inc. as a benefit to those interested in teaching, designing, manufacturing, selling, installing or using fiber optic communications systems or networks. It is intended to be used as an overview and/or basic guidelines and in no way should be considered to be complete or comprehensive. These guidelines are strictly the opinion of the FOA and the reader is expected to use them as a basis for learning, as a reference and for creating their own documentation, project specifications, etc. Those working with fiber optics in the classroom, laboratory or field should follow all safety rules carefully. The FOA assumes no liability for the use of any of this material.
Table of Contents: The FOA Reference Guide To Fiber Optics
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