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Security Courses

MILCOM Offers Top Of The Line Technical Security Courses

In the current global context, commercial establishments, factories, government offices, diplomatic missions, and public facilities need more vigilance. With more organized but advanced security threats to everyone, the regular physical security ( guarding force) must be supported by a planned technical or technology-driven security system for a more comprehensive security solution to protect your premise […]

telecommunication courses

World Class Telecommunications Training programs for telecommunication technicians

Telecommunications facilitate information exchange at a distance between people, satellites or computers. The present Information Age makes information available to anyone with the technology and the equipment.  Although technology and hardware are essential to pave the transfer of information, telecom infrastructure plays a significant role alongside the telecom professional ( including telecom engineers, IT professionals, […]

work safety at heights

MILCOM’s Working at Heights Course Keep You Safe

What is Working at Height? Working at height is a type of work where a mishap could happen if the worker (working at height) a person could fall and injure themselves. A ladder, a roof’s edge, an opening on the floor, and even a loading dock are typical examples of working at height. A standard […]

ASIAL Security Technician Certification Program

ASIAL Security Technician Certification Program

Security Technician- Profession, Function &Responsibility The primary job function of a security technician typically includes installation, repair and maintenance of a range of technical security systems like fire alarms and CCTV cameras. It is usually a field job. The security technician keeps moving from place to place to attend to customers’ inquiries, which can come […]

NBN-FTTC

Training Telecommunication Technicians to work on NBN Fibre to the curb (FTTC) network

Back Ground NBN  ( National Broadband Network) Australia has already decided to upgrade parts of its fibre-to-the-curb (FTTC) footprint to full-fibre, despite the technology is considered to be gigabit-capable. A comprehensive plan  to make “full-fibre upgrades  available  on-demand to eligible customers living or working in premises currently served by FTTC.” The 288 locations across the […]