DDF102: Data Center Design Preparedness Review
DDF102 is an intensive, course focused on improving the preparedness of the DCDC credential exam.
It features a fast-paced review of the BICSI Telecommunications Distribution Methods Manual (TDMM) 13th edition, highlighting critical areas that need to be known for the Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD) exam. Practice tests and general test-taking tips and strategies are included. IDF102 has been structured to maximize your take-away from the class. Preparing for the RCDD credential exam
NOTE: DDF102 is a review course only. To learn how to design Data Centers, an in-depth comprehensive five-day course, DC102 is the correct option.
Who Should Attend?
- Individuals preparing to take the DCDC exam
- Individuals looking for a review of their knowledge of Data Center Design
What’s In It For Me?
DCDCs set the benchmark for the ICT industry, and DDF102 is an essential course in reviewing your preparedness of achieving the coveted DCDC credential.
Pre-requisites / Preparation
The DDF102 course is designed for those who have a minimum of two years of experience in the design and specifications of Data Centers and who have preferably undertaken the DC102 and completed it successfully. If you do not meet these requirements, we strongly recommend that you complete the DDF101:Data Center Design Fundamentals and or DC102 course prior to enrolling in DDF102.
Required / Encouraged materials needed for class
Students must bring the ANSI/BICSI 002-2014 standard print or electronic, to class. The standard(not included in the course fee) can be ordered at bicsi.org/publications.
Having the ANSI/BICSI 002-2014 standard during the course for reference would be an added advantage in easy learning and referencing.