3 Day Data Centre Design (DCD) Course
Upcoming Courses: July 20th, 2020 – July 23rd, 2020
Wood Communications with our partners Capitoline offer this three-day course that focuses on the best practices specification, sizing and design of computer rooms and data centres, The course takes place at our purpose built facility in Dublin. You will learn how to design and layout your data centre in the most energy efficient way.
Course Duration: 3 Days
Includes: Capitoline DCD Certificate
Training the Future
Official ITEX Training Academy
Wood Communications have a purpose built modern training facility, which can successfully deliver a comprehensive range of Certified training and tailor-made product introduction courses.
Our level of training caters for all subject areas including Fibre, Copper Cat5e/6/6a, Wireless, Data Centre, Portable Appliance Testing & IP CCTV. Everything from “how to install Cat6a structured cabling” through to advanced networking and electrical testing, our portfolio of courses is virtually unlimited.
Wood Communications have provided training for many clients over the years from household names such as Eir, Virgin Media, Three Mobile, Vodafone, An Garda Siochana, Irish Rail, Interxion, Google, Apple and lots more.
How about another area?
Other Areas we specialise in
These courses are designed to give delegates either a recognised qualification or a 1 day introduction in Cat5e, Cat6 or Cat6a structured cabling.
The Registered Communications Distribution Designer Course (RCDD) is to gain advanced understanding of telecommunication systems.
Wireless / IP CCTV
If you are a sales personnel who wants to find out more information on how wireless can benefit the end user then a course at Wood Communications Ltd is ideal for you.
Here at Wood Communications Ltd we offer a full range of Fibre Optic courses, helping to gain your knowledge and skills to become a qualified Fibre Optics Installation Engineer.
What our Customers Say…
“The course has empowered with the knowledge to confidently ask the questions, comprehend and challenge the answers.”John TaylorEDF Energy
“Very informative, good detail and relevant with up to date content.”Anthony McNamaraESB Electricity
“Excellent course for an introduction to data centre design, course notes excellent as a reference and the course solidified a lot of pockets of information gathered over the years.”K J HamillAlltec Fibre Ltd.