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What is a CEC?

A BICSI CEC or Continuing Education Credit is the number of voluntary hours of professional education or training delegates complete. One hour is assigned for each productive classroom hour of formal training that pertains to the design or installation of structured telecommunications cabling systems.

We offer BICSI CECs on courses that give students the opportunity to consistently gain and apply their knowledge. These courses ensure that BICSI credential holders maximise their training resources and experience. BICSI CEC point values will vary between courses and are subject to change.

Where do I send my CEC request?

For information about how to send your CEC request, visit the BICSI website.

How long does it take for CECs to appear on my transcripts?

Please allow up to 30-days from the date of submittal for the CECs to post to your transcript. This also includes CECs earned at BICSI events including conference and courses.

What courses can I earn BICSI CECs on?

We provide a wide selection of courses which adhere to the BICSI CEC policy and that offer you plenty of areas to increase your knowledge in.

  • BICSI RCDD: 37
  • BICSI DCDC: 33
  • BICSI Installer 1 IN101: 35
  • BICSI Installer 2 Copper, IN225: 35
  • BICSI Installer 2 Fibre, IN250: 35
  • BICSI Technician, TE350: 35
  • City & Guilds 3667, 101 Basic Principles of Communications Cabling: 7
  • City & Guilds 3667, 102/103 Fibre Optic Cabling in an Internal & External Environment: 35
  • Versiv Test Professional: 7
  • Siemon RI: 7

Where can I get CECs?

In addition to the above courses that we offer, many of our partners have online content which qualifies for CECs. Here are some links you may find helpful.

Leviton EZ-Learn Platform

Leviton offers the following online videos that you can earn CEC's by watching.