New Telecoms Academy launched in Worcestershire

UBI-TECH (3R) Ltd, leading providers of telecommunications training, have announced  the launch of the first Open College Network Accredited Telecoms Academy, specialising in Wireless Communications.

At a well-attended launch reception on 1 March, Ubi-Tech announced their partnership with Open College Network West Midlands,  which has led to the  development of a trailblazing suite of Wireless Communication qualifications within their Telecoms Academy.

Lee Moore, Director of Business Development at Open College Network said; “We are delighted to be working with such a progressive and forward-thinking training provider like Ubi-Tech, and our collaborative approach in developing this new suite of Wireless Communications Technologies qualifications will help to ensure Ubi-Tech’s new Training Academy can be industry leading in the training and development for those working with wireless and cellular networks for now and in the future.”

These qualifications are the first of their kind for the industry and form part of Ubi-Tech’s training and development portfolio. Ubi-Tech holds a widespread reputation for innovation within the telecoms industry making them well placed to deliver a new telecoms academy that meets directly the modern needs of the telecoms industry and bridges the skills gap in progressive technology.

Ubi-Tech has a proven  and successful track record, helping delegates into well paid, rewarding new careers in the telecoms industry in widely diverse roles that include network designers, engineers, project managers and planning. Since 2016 their business has diversified into providing skills development for the corporate telecommunications industry, defence and public-sector and they are preferred training providers to Ericsson FSO, Anritsu and IRIS, Royal Logistic Corps and Royal Signals.

The new qualification offer includes;

  •  Advanced Wireless Network Architectures
  •  Wireless Network Fundamentals
  •  Cellular Networks

Mike Harbon, Operations Director, Ubi-Tech says; “We were looking for a Further Education partner to work with us in developing and accrediting our new and unique courses which are the first of their kind as part of our new Telecoms Academy. Throughout the process Open College Network have understood the need to encourage more people into STEM disciplines and they have their finger on the pulse with regards to what the telecoms industry needs in terms of skills. We look forward to continuing to work with them and we have great plans with regards to extending the telecoms portfolio programmes to include new technologies such as 5G and beyond.”

More information can be found on the Ubi-Tech website here.