Become a Master in Deploying and Troubleshooting Wi-Fi
This 4-day course consists of classroom lectures and labs taught by Wi-Fi experts. Learn how to design, optimize, and troubleshoot better Wi-Fi using Ekahau products.
“I thought it was a fantastic course – probably the best I’ve ever been on to be honest. Ferney’s knowledge of the subject was second to none, and his ability to explain key concepts to wireless newbies (such as myself), as well as keep everybody engaged, was excellent”
Matthew Lawes | Senior Technical Architect
“I’ve been on numerous courses covering a variety of topics but I have never encountered such an enthusiastic and devoted lecturer as Ferney. His method of comparing Wi-Fi to modern day normal situations is excellent, he’s probably the best lecturer I’ve ever been taught by.”
Andrew MacPherson | Senior Engineer
“The venue was excellent, and the course was one of the best I have been on in the last few years. The trainer was superb, his expertise in the subject was clear and he delivered the content with the use of many real life situations that he has encountered during his career. Overall a superb experience that has helped me immensely, I would recommend this course to anyone who is serious about Wi-Fi.”
Garry Hanson | IP Network Development
Keith has been teaching and designing Wi-Fi networks for a decade. Over 3,000 engineers have learned how to apply RF principles and design methodologies to improve their WLANs, from Keith.
Keith will not just teach you about the buttons and menus of our tools, he will customize the training for your Wi-Fi networking needs, gaps and issues, as the basis for a custom tailored training course.
Ferney has been working with technology for 27 years, 17 of them in networking and 10 years dealing with wireless networks. Ferney is currently employed by Canyons School District and Wireless LAN Professionals, and uses Ekahau to design, troubleshoot and maintain 1,450 Ruckus Wireless network at the school district.
Eddie is Founder and CEO of CommunicaONE Inc., and CWNE #160. He specialises in survey, analysis, & design, and implements WLANs throughout the U.S. He is also the author of the popular blog, BadFi.com.
Eddie brings practical knowledge and experience to help better understand how to apply the skills learned in the ECSE course.