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Message started by gman49 on Dec 28th, 2005 at 1:59am

Title: WildBlue certification
Post by gman49 on Dec 28th, 2005 at 1:59am
I have been trying to decide if I should pursue Direcway or Wildblue (installer training) certification.

DSI, a major wildblue distributor, has a schedule of classes posted on their website. Yet my request for info  seem to fall on deaf ears.

I guess my decision is made..

Title: Re: WildBlue certification
Post by Forum Admin on Dec 28th, 2005 at 7:35pm
Contact your nearby electricity cooperatives and talk to someone - ask if you can join one of their courses.
Best regards, Eric.

Title: Re: WildBlue certification
Post by Corey on Apr 14th, 2006 at 3:23pm
gman I have had the same problem.. I Have even gone as far as talking to someone at dsi that said to email him the info for myself & The several installers that I Have here to get training (there currently isnt anyone in my area doing wild blue) & I Was assured that I Would be getting the info to begin training immeaditly & I never heard back after that call.. If anyone knows who to talk to at WB or DSI or whoever to get certified please let me know...

Title: Re: WildBlue certification
Post by Kelly_Brisentine on Apr 25th, 2006 at 5:17am
You have to call DSI and tell them you want to enroll in a Wildblue class before they will tell you anything. It's even harder to get in to a Direcway(Hughes Net) class, then you have cert. on their different dishes and modems later on the internet.

Title: Re: WildBlue certification
Post by ruggrat007 on Apr 27th, 2008 at 3:38pm
As for your Hughes Cert Get ahold of Perfect 10 or a local dealer they can help with training class schedules. Wild Blue tech's are going to be in demand this summer as DTV rolls out their Wild lue promo, same as Dish, and ATT did last year. No way the inhouse guys can handle this work load, nor should they. Heck they hae a hard enough time with a basic install for TV....

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