Event Date/Time: Jun 25, 2006 End Date/Time: Jun 28, 2006
Registration Date: Jun 24, 2006
Early Registration Date: May 22, 2006
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Description

Who Should Attend
Whether you are a newcomer, an experienced information transport system manager or a supplier to the industry, these Link Workshops will provide you with important ideas and information.
• Building Industry Consultants and Managers
• Premises Service Consultants and Managers
• Outside Plant Engineers and Customer Service Personnel
• Facility Owners and Managers
• End Users of Information Transport Systems
• Interconnect Company Managers
• Distribution Designers
• Corporate and Governmental Communications Managers
• Cabling and LAN Product Managers
• ITS Consultants
• ITS Contractors
• Construction Supervisors and Managers
• Electrical Engineers
• Architects
• Interior Designers
• Manufacturers and Suppliers of ITS Equipment
• Regulatory Commissioners and Commission Employees
• Code Enforcement and Inspection Agencies and Employees
• ITS Educators
• Others Interested in Efficient and Safe Communications in Buildings

If you believe education and training are important for you to broaden your skills,earn new clients and prosper in your business, the BICSI Link Workshops is one event you will want to attend. Please take a moment to review the agenda and see the great
learning opportunities.

Granted, it will take you more than a few minutes to review the program. That's because you have a choice of 32 workshops within the four educational tracks—data centers, security, wireless and diverse business management. You can stay within one
track or pick and choose the workshops you want to attend. You have more choice and more control over your educational experience, a true multi-choice training experience with great value!

Venue

301 East North Water Street
Chicago
Illinois
United States
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Additional Information

An important event for any information transport systems industry professional •Up-to-date information you can use immediately in the information transport systems industry •Speakers who are well-respected professionals from various aspects of the industry •Opportunity to network with professionals from around the globe, ranging from practitioners to end users •Exposure to state-of-the-art exhibits during continental breakfast, lunch and evening receptions The 2006 BICSI Link Workshops fulfills the conference/workshops attendance requirement for RCDD renewal. All RCDDs attending the Link Workshops will receive 15 continuing education credits (CECs). RCDDs must check in or register on-site by 10 a.m. on Monday, June 26, 2006, to receive Link Workshops CECs and to fulfill the conference/workshops attendance requirement. As the Link offers concurrent sessions featuring a variety of specialized education, CECs for RCDD Specialty designations, ITS Installer 2 and ITS Technician credentials will be based upon sessions attended. Check the list below for the maximum possible number of CECs that may be earned (based upon the sessions attended): RCDD/NTS Specialty – up to 9 RCDD/OSP Specialty – up to 6 RCDD/WD Specialty – up to 8 ITS Installer 2 – up to 9 ITS Technician – up to 9 The 2006 BICSI Link Workshops fulfills the conference/workshops attendance requirement for RCDD renewal. All RCDDs attending the Link Workshops will receive 15 continuing education credits (CECs). RCDDs must check in or register on-site by 10 a.m. on Monday, June 26, 2006, to receive Link Workshops CECs and to fulfill the conference/workshops attendance requirement.