NCTI, the Colorado-based provider of cable and broadband technology training services, has launched eBooks, a new component of its digital learning platform for frontline techs.
NCTI said its new eBooks offering is available in conjunction with its course curriculum, and that it follows the June release of Amp 2.0, its integrated learning system.
“Our customers asked for learning solutions that are readily accessible, cost-effective, support current adult learning trends and reduce our collective impact on the environment,” Stacey Slaughter, CEO of NCTI, said in a statement. “ Delivering our course curriculum with eBooks allows us to update content bi-weekly via rapid release methodology, and also supports how MSOs want content delivered to their teams—and the way teams prefer to learn.”
NCTI also expanded its DOCSIS 3.1 program with Advanced DOCSIS 3.1 Operations, targeted to engineers and headend technicians responsible for configuring and maintaining DOCSIS systems. It follows on last year’s release of DOCSIS 3.1: Customer Premises.
“The Advanced DOCSIS 3.1 Operations course will become the standard by which our courses are designed and delivered,” Paul Eisbrener, NCTI director of learning and development said.
NCTI (booth 661) will demo eBooks and Amp 2.0 at this week’s show in Philadelphia.