Can I teach a classroom course for installation recertification?

Can I teach a classroom course for installation recertification?

For Country ATA's wishing to teach a class for installation recertification for either SYSTIMAX or ACT courses, you will need to discuss and agree this with your local CommScope team, including format and content.

From an ATA program standpoint, any student would be processed by the ATA as if they were taking the original installation course.
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