Northwest Occupational Training
NWOT is one of the leading training facilities in the Pacific Northwest. With over 30 years of dedicated service; We are the training center of choice for thousands of professional contractors and customers nationwide. Our team of experienced professionals is dedicated to exceeding your expectations.
Our experienced instructors offer safety training that leverage a proven curriculum; All our classes have a series of trade-related simulators and props to provide students with a hands-on approach to on the job and safety training. Certifications and Wallet Cards are provided upon course completion.
We have two training facilities, they are located in Milton, WA and Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA. We service the entire Seattle, and Tacoma region. Both facilities offer a wide range of hands-on simulated training options; Cellular Tower, Pole Top Rescue Pole, Communication Hut, and a Confined Space Vault. The max occupancy at the Milton facility is 60 students and 30 students at JBLM.
See a list of our class offerings below:
**Courses marked with (**) Are Also Available ONLINE!
- BICSI Training $2,020.00/ea
- Basic Rigger and Signal Person $185.00/ea
- Flagging Certification $65.00/ea
- Asbestos, Lead & Silica Awareness $65.00/ea**
- Excavation, Trenching & Shoring $65.00/ea**
- Confined Space Awareness $65.00/ea**
- Globally Harmonized System (GHS),
Hazardous Communication Training $65.00/ea**
- CPR, First Aid, & AED $65.00/ea
- Aerial/Scissor Lift Training $125.00/ea
- Forklift Operator Training $125.00/ea
- OSHA 10 $150.00/ea
- OSHA 30 $Call for Prices
- NFPA 70E Arc Flash & Arc Blast Protection $85.00/ea
- Fall Protection Awareness Training $65.00/ea**
- EM 385-1-1 Fall Protection End User Course (8hr) $215.00/ea
- EM 385-1-1 Fall Protection Competent Person (24hr) $725.00/ea
Both facilities are open to 3rd party companies for advance education.
Contact us for our current class schedule, prices, and group rates.
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IN250 is a five-day course setting the groundwork for optical fiber-based structured cabling system installation. The course will open with an overview of fiber transmission principles, professionalism, life safety and industry best practices, as related to fiber. A significant amount of course time will then be spent on installation, splicing, termination, testing and retrofitting of optical fiber cable. Additional topics covered will include pathways and spaces, firestopping and an introduction to field coordination.
- Codes and standards & industry best practices
- Optical fiber transmission principles
- Telecommunication pathways
- Telecommunication spaces
- Installation/pulling optical fiber cable
- Termination of optical fiber cable
- Testing/troubleshooting of optical fiber cable
- Field coordination
Who Should Attend
ICT installers who wish to expand their knowledge of the industry, learn new skills and continue to advance professionally.
This course builds on the lessons taught in the IN101 course. Students of this class may wish to first attend IN101 or gain equivalent experience and knowledge through on-the-job training. BICSI strongly recommends reading the Information Technology Systems Installation Methods Manual (ITSIMM) before coming to class and/or taking the exam.
Knowledge and Skills
Must be able to distinguish between different colors and possess manual dexterity to complete fine motor tasks. Topics taught in class build upon what is taught in IN101.
Students must bring a print version of the ITSIMM to class, along with any errata sheets. Please reference the course confirmation letter as to which edition is appropriate. The manual is not included in the course fee. For more information or to place an order click here. Personal or prescription safety glasses are also recommended.
What’s In It For Me?
As optical fiber systems become more common, your need to be recognized for your knowledge and expertise of emerging installation practices.
Review Course CEC Policy
In addition to earning CECs toward renewal of your existing credentials, all students who complete IN250 and pass the Installer 2, Optical Fiber exam within seven days will receive 35 CECs for the review course toward Installer 2, Optical Fiber, renewal. This means that all Installation Program students who take this course and pass the exam within the seven-day time period will recieve All of the CECs needed for their first renewal period. Click here for more information. Click here for more information.