Brooklyn Networks

Brooklyn Networks

Brooklyn Workforce Inovations and NYC College of Technology
186 Jay Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201


Brooklyn Networks is a free, six-week training program that helps unemployed and underemployed individuals access careers in low-voltage cabling. The course prepares graduates to obtain the industry-recognized BICSI credential, followed by work in fields like voice and data cabling, security system installation, broadcast cabling, and A/V system installation.

Format: 8 hrs/day x 6 weeks

Skills Taught

  • A/V System Installation
  • Broadcast Cabling
  • Data Cabling
  • Low-Voltage Cabling
  • Pulling Cable Through Walls
  • Security System Installation
  • Standing On Ladders
  • Testing And Troubleshooting Connectivity

Credentials Taught

  • BICSI Installer 1

Related Occupations

  • Installation, Maintenance, and Repair

  • Available via: trainer, online, classes
  • Eligibility restrictions: Live in New York City & be legally eligible to work in the U.S 18 years or older Have a valid Driver’s License (check out our New York Drives program if you do not have a license) Pass a drug test, be physically fit and able to lift 70lbs, and cannot be color-blind Take a reading and math test at the Information Session, and score at or above the 8th grade level. Able to attend Class Monday-Friday 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM, in Downtown Brooklyn Be unemployed, have a low income or receive public assistance Comfortable with heights and crawl spaces