2 Day Standard Training Course (UK)
Jul
12
Jul 13

2 Day Standard Training Course (UK)

After successfully completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe the different types of equipment available from Vocality
  • Understand the capabilities of each product and be able to choose a product suitable for your application
  • Connect to any of the Vocality products, access the menus and perform configuration tasks
  • Understand the available status and alarm information
  • Perform basic troubleshooting/diagnostics on all subsystems

This Standard Training Course introduces the Vocality product range, the available features and functions and how to configure them. The student will learn how to choose the right Vocality product, how to integrate Vocality products into their network and how to perform basic troubleshooting. Where necessary we will review basic networking technologies to ensure that each student has the required minimum knowledge to successfully use Vocality products in their network.

Intended Audience

This course is designed for individuals who need to design, install and maintain networks containing Vocality products.

Course Level

This entry level course assumes no prior knowledge of Vocality products.

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this course however it is assumed that delegates will have a basic knowledge of IP networking, voice communication technologies and satellite communications.

2 Day Standard Training Course (UK)
Aug
2
Aug 3

2 Day Standard Training Course (UK)

After successfully completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe the different types of equipment available from Vocality
  • Understand the capabilities of each product and be able to choose a product suitable for your application
  • Connect to any of the Vocality products, access the menus and perform configuration tasks
  • Understand the available status and alarm information
  • Perform basic troubleshooting/diagnostics on all subsystems

This Standard Training Course introduces the Vocality product range, the available features and functions and how to configure them. The student will learn how to choose the right Vocality product, how to integrate Vocality products into their network and how to perform basic troubleshooting. Where necessary we will review basic networking technologies to ensure that each student has the required minimum knowledge to successfully use Vocality products in their network.

Intended Audience

This course is designed for individuals who need to design, install and maintain networks containing Vocality products.

Course Level

This entry level course assumes no prior knowledge of Vocality products.

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this course however it is assumed that delegates will have a basic knowledge of IP networking, voice communication technologies and satellite communications.

2 Day Advanced Training Course (USA)
Aug
23
Aug 24

2 Day Advanced Training Course (USA)

After successfully completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe the different types of equipment available from Vocality
  • Understand and configure advanced IP featuresl
  • Implement GRE and IPSec tunnels using Vocality equipment
  • Describe and implement the QoS features provided by VOS7
  • Configure dynamic routing protocols (RIP, OSPF and BGP)
  • Understand the security features built in to the system
  • Build redundant and scalable networks
  • Understand and configure the SIP gateway
  • Use advanced management and diagnostic features

The Advanced Training Course follows on from the Vocality Standard Training Course. It is assumed that all students attending the course will have already completed the standard course and will have had some practical hands-on experience with the Vocality product range. The course introduces the student to the more advanced and complex features available across the Vocality product range and will allow the student to fully utilize and maintain Vocality equipment within a complex network environment.

Intended Audience

This course is designed for individuals who need to design, install and maintain networks containing Vocality products.

Course Level

This advanced course builds on the knowledge acquired during the Vocality Standard Training Course. It introduces the student to more complex features and advanced functionality of the Vocality products.

Prerequisites

All students must have completed the Vocality Standard Training Course before enrolling on this course. We also recommend a minimum of six months practical experience between the completion of the Standard Training Course and enrolling on the Advanced Training Course.

2 Day Standard Training Course (UK)
Sep
13
Sep 14

2 Day Standard Training Course (UK)

After successfully completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe the different types of equipment available from Vocality
  • Understand the capabilities of each product and be able to choose a product suitable for your application
  • Connect to any of the Vocality products, access the menus and perform configuration tasks
  • Understand the available status and alarm information
  • Perform basic troubleshooting/diagnostics on all subsystems

This Standard Training Course introduces the Vocality product range, the available features and functions and how to configure them. The student will learn how to choose the right Vocality product, how to integrate Vocality products into their network and how to perform basic troubleshooting. Where necessary we will review basic networking technologies to ensure that each student has the required minimum knowledge to successfully use Vocality products in their network.

Intended Audience

This course is designed for individuals who need to design, install and maintain networks containing Vocality products.

Course Level

This entry level course assumes no prior knowledge of Vocality products.

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this course however it is assumed that delegates will have a basic knowledge of IP networking, voice communication technologies and satellite communications.

2 Day Standard Training Course (UK)
Oct
4
Oct 5

2 Day Standard Training Course (UK)

After successfully completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe the different types of equipment available from Vocality
  • Understand the capabilities of each product and be able to choose a product suitable for your application
  • Connect to any of the Vocality products, access the menus and perform configuration tasks
  • Understand the available status and alarm information
  • Perform basic troubleshooting/diagnostics on all subsystems

This Standard Training Course introduces the Vocality product range, the available features and functions and how to configure them. The student will learn how to choose the right Vocality product, how to integrate Vocality products into their network and how to perform basic troubleshooting. Where necessary we will review basic networking technologies to ensure that each student has the required minimum knowledge to successfully use Vocality products in their network.

Intended Audience

This course is designed for individuals who need to design, install and maintain networks containing Vocality products.

Course Level

This entry level course assumes no prior knowledge of Vocality products.

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this course however it is assumed that delegates will have a basic knowledge of IP networking, voice communication technologies and satellite communications.

2 Day Standard Training Course (UK)
Oct
25
Oct 26

2 Day Standard Training Course (UK)

After successfully completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe the different types of equipment available from Vocality
  • Understand the capabilities of each product and be able to choose a product suitable for your application
  • Connect to any of the Vocality products, access the menus and perform configuration tasks
  • Understand the available status and alarm information
  • Perform basic troubleshooting/diagnostics on all subsystems

This Standard Training Course introduces the Vocality product range, the available features and functions and how to configure them. The student will learn how to choose the right Vocality product, how to integrate Vocality products into their network and how to perform basic troubleshooting. Where necessary we will review basic networking technologies to ensure that each student has the required minimum knowledge to successfully use Vocality products in their network.

Intended Audience

This course is designed for individuals who need to design, install and maintain networks containing Vocality products.

Course Level

This entry level course assumes no prior knowledge of Vocality products.

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this course however it is assumed that delegates will have a basic knowledge of IP networking, voice communication technologies and satellite communications.

2 Day Advanced Training Course (UK)
Nov
15
Nov 16

2 Day Advanced Training Course (UK)

After successfully completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe the different types of equipment available from Vocality
  • Understand and configure advanced IP featuresl
  • Implement GRE and IPSec tunnels using Vocality equipment
  • Describe and implement the QoS features provided by VOS7
  • Configure dynamic routing protocols (RIP, OSPF and BGP)
  • Understand the security features built in to the system
  • Build redundant and scalable networks
  • Understand and configure the SIP gateway
  • Use advanced management and diagnostic features

The Advanced Training Course follows on from the Vocality Standard Training Course. It is assumed that all students attending the course will have already completed the standard course and will have had some practical hands-on experience with the Vocality product range. The course introduces the student to the more advanced and complex features available across the Vocality product range and will allow the student to fully utilize and maintain Vocality equipment within a complex network environment.

Intended Audience

This course is designed for individuals who need to design, install and maintain networks containing Vocality products.

Course Level

This advanced course builds on the knowledge acquired during the Vocality Standard Training Course. It introduces the student to more complex features and advanced functionality of the Vocality products.

Prerequisites

All students must have completed the Vocality Standard Training Course before enrolling on this course. We also recommend a minimum of six months practical experience between the completion of the Standard Training Course and enrolling on the Advanced Training Course.

2 Day Standard Training Course (UK)
Dec
6
Dec 7

2 Day Standard Training Course (UK)

After successfully completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe the different types of equipment available from Vocality
  • Understand the capabilities of each product and be able to choose a product suitable for your application
  • Connect to any of the Vocality products, access the menus and perform configuration tasks
  • Understand the available status and alarm information
  • Perform basic troubleshooting/diagnostics on all subsystems

This Standard Training Course introduces the Vocality product range, the available features and functions and how to configure them. The student will learn how to choose the right Vocality product, how to integrate Vocality products into their network and how to perform basic troubleshooting. Where necessary we will review basic networking technologies to ensure that each student has the required minimum knowledge to successfully use Vocality products in their network.

Intended Audience

This course is designed for individuals who need to design, install and maintain networks containing Vocality products.

Course Level

This entry level course assumes no prior knowledge of Vocality products.

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this course however it is assumed that delegates will have a basic knowledge of IP networking, voice communication technologies and satellite communications.


2 Day Standard Training Course (UK)
Jun
21
Jun 22

2 Day Standard Training Course (UK)

After successfully completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe the different types of equipment available from Vocality
  • Understand the capabilities of each product and be able to choose a product suitable for your application
  • Connect to any of the Vocality products, access the menus and perform configuration tasks
  • Understand the available status and alarm information
  • Perform basic troubleshooting/diagnostics on all subsystems

This Standard Training Course introduces the Vocality product range, the available features and functions and how to configure them. The student will learn how to choose the right Vocality product, how to integrate Vocality products into their network and how to perform basic troubleshooting. Where necessary we will review basic networking technologies to ensure that each student has the required minimum knowledge to successfully use Vocality products in their network.

Intended Audience

This course is designed for individuals who need to design, install and maintain networks containing Vocality products.

Course Level

This entry level course assumes no prior knowledge of Vocality products.

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this course however it is assumed that delegates will have a basic knowledge of IP networking, voice communication technologies and satellite communications.

2 Day Advanced Training Course (UK)
May
31
Jun 1

2 Day Advanced Training Course (UK)

After successfully completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe the different types of equipment available from Vocality
  • Understand and configure advanced IP featuresl
  • Implement GRE and IPSec tunnels using Vocality equipment
  • Describe and implement the QoS features provided by VOS7
  • Configure dynamic routing protocols (RIP, OSPF and BGP)
  • Understand the security features built in to the system
  • Build redundant and scalable networks
  • Understand and configure the SIP gateway
  • Use advanced management and diagnostic features

The Advanced Training Course follows on from the Vocality Standard Training Course. It is assumed that all students attending the course will have already completed the standard course and will have had some practical hands-on experience with the Vocality product range. The course introduces the student to the more advanced and complex features available across the Vocality product range and will allow the student to fully utilize and maintain Vocality equipment within a complex network environment.

Intended Audience

This course is designed for individuals who need to design, install and maintain networks containing Vocality products.

Course Level

This advanced course builds on the knowledge acquired during the Vocality Standard Training Course. It introduces the student to more complex features and advanced functionality of the Vocality products.

Prerequisites

All students must have completed the Vocality Standard Training Course before enrolling on this course. We also recommend a minimum of six months practical experience between the completion of the Standard Training Course and enrolling on the Advanced Training Course.

2 Day Standard Training Course (UK)
May
10
May 11

2 Day Standard Training Course (UK)

After successfully completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe the different types of equipment available from Vocality
  • Understand the capabilities of each product and be able to choose a product suitable for your application
  • Connect to any of the Vocality products, access the menus and perform configuration tasks
  • Understand the available status and alarm information
  • Perform basic troubleshooting/diagnostics on all subsystems

This Standard Training Course introduces the Vocality product range, the available features and functions and how to configure them. The student will learn how to choose the right Vocality product, how to integrate Vocality products into their network and how to perform basic troubleshooting. Where necessary we will review basic networking technologies to ensure that each student has the required minimum knowledge to successfully use Vocality products in their network.

Intended Audience

This course is designed for individuals who need to design, install and maintain networks containing Vocality products.

Course Level

This entry level course assumes no prior knowledge of Vocality products.

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this course however it is assumed that delegates will have a basic knowledge of IP networking, voice communication technologies and satellite communications.

2 Day Standard Training Course (USA)
Apr
19
Apr 20

2 Day Standard Training Course (USA)

After successfully completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe the different types of equipment available from Vocality
  • Understand the capabilities of each product and be able to choose a product suitable for your application
  • Connect to any of the Vocality products, access the menus and perform configuration tasks
  • Understand the available status and alarm information
  • Perform basic troubleshooting/diagnostics on all subsystems

This Standard Training Course introduces the Vocality product range, the available features and functions and how to configure them. The student will learn how to choose the right Vocality product, how to integrate Vocality products into their network and how to perform basic troubleshooting. Where necessary we will review basic networking technologies to ensure that each student has the required minimum knowledge to successfully use Vocality products in their network.

Intended Audience

This course is designed for individuals who need to design, install and maintain networks containing Vocality products.

Course Level

This entry level course assumes no prior knowledge of Vocality products.

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this course however it is assumed that delegates will have a basic knowledge of IP networking, voice communication technologies and satellite communications.

2 Day Advanced Training Course (UK)
Mar
8
Mar 9

2 Day Advanced Training Course (UK)

After successfully completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe the different types of equipment available from Vocality
  • Understand and configure advanced IP featuresl
  • Implement GRE and IPSec tunnels using Vocality equipment
  • Describe and implement the QoS features provided by VOS7
  • Configure dynamic routing protocols (RIP, OSPF and BGP)
  • Understand the security features built in to the system
  • Build redundant and scalable networks
  • Understand and configure the SIP gateway
  • Use advanced management and diagnostic features

The Advanced Training Course follows on from the Vocality Standard Training Course. It is assumed that all students attending the course will have already completed the standard course and will have had some practical hands-on experience with the Vocality product range. The course introduces the student to the more advanced and complex features available across the Vocality product range and will allow the student to fully utilize and maintain Vocality equipment within a complex network environment.

Intended Audience

This course is designed for individuals who need to design, install and maintain networks containing Vocality products.

Course Level

This advanced course builds on the knowledge acquired during the Vocality Standard Training Course. It introduces the student to more complex features and advanced functionality of the Vocality products.

Prerequisites

All students must have completed the Vocality Standard Training Course before enrolling on this course. We also recommend a minimum of six months practical experience between the completion of the Standard Training Course and enrolling on the Advanced Training Course.

2 Day Standard Training Course (UK)
Feb
15
Feb 16

2 Day Standard Training Course (UK)

After successfully completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe the different types of equipment available from Vocality
  • Understand the capabilities of each product and be able to choose a product suitable for your application
  • Connect to any of the Vocality products, access the menus and perform configuration tasks
  • Understand the available status and alarm information
  • Perform basic troubleshooting/diagnostics on all subsystems

This Standard Training Course introduces the Vocality product range, the available features and functions and how to configure them. The student will learn how to choose the right Vocality product, how to integrate Vocality products into their network and how to perform basic troubleshooting. Where necessary we will review basic networking technologies to ensure that each student has the required minimum knowledge to successfully use Vocality products in their network.

Intended Audience

This course is designed for individuals who need to design, install and maintain networks containing Vocality products.

Course Level

This entry level course assumes no prior knowledge of Vocality products.

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this course however it is assumed that delegates will have a basic knowledge of IP networking, voice communication technologies and satellite communications.