Originally posted on NEDAS

Learning Alliance Corporation (LAC), a Florida-based telecommunications education center, announced its shift back to full in-person training for its Broadband Digital Installer program. LAC partners with businesses, colleges, and universities to provide exceptional training initiatives that equate to tangible career growth. Due to  the COVID-19 pandemic, LAC was forced to adapt its delivery model. During the past 18 months, the structure had been based around an eight-week training plan, with seven of those weeks consisting of online training, and one week of live in-person training. With Florida now lifting its COVID-19 restrictions, LAC was able to reconvert its program again to provide its students with the best possible learning experience. 

Cesar Ruiz, CEO/Owner of LAC said of the shift, “We’re changing our entire delivery model, from a blended, six-week learning environment, with four weeks online and two weeks at LAC, to a month-long bootcamp where students will be at our facilities 12 hours per day, six days a week for an entire month. The students won’t just graduate as tower technicians, they will be certified 5G technicians, supporting the entire industry. It will give graduates the opportunity to choose the path that aligns best with their personal mission.”

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