If you want to feel more confident in the labor market, take part in our fiber optic welding training. We prepare efficiently and professionally to work as a welder for FTTH networks. The training offered by ERGON is devoted to all aspects of fiber optic technology. Knowledge and skills in the field of fiber optic technologies can be acquired only by participating in professional training and welding courses. Our tutors have appropriate qualifications and place particular emphasis on practical skills. We have been sharing our knowledge and experience in the field of fiber optic technologies for over twenty years.

Why is it worth becoming a fiber optic welder?

The opening of labor markets in the European Union has created new opportunities for gainful employment, especially for qualified professionals. Due to the growing popularity of optical fibers, the demand for this type of welders has increased significantly throughout Europe. As optical fibers are used in various industries, work in this type of welding guarantees the possibility of continuous development.

What is fiber optic welding?

Fiber optic networks are used for data transmission. This technology is used to transmit and receive information, it belongs to failure-free and reliable transmission media. Optical fibers are also used in endoscopic techniques and optoelectronics. Due to its wide range and efficiency of data transmission, this technology has dominated the market.

The process of welding optical fibers can be divided into several stages:

  • laying and preparation of fibers
  • stripping the insulation
  • cleaning and cutting cables
  • welding
  • thermal
  • mechanical
  • damping measurement

Welding of optical fibers consists in melting and joining optical fibers with the use of a specialized optical welding machine. It is possible to use a mechanical splice containing an optical gel reducing the gaps between the fibers.

What is a Fiber Welder?

An indispensable tool for a fiber optic welder is a specialist welder that supports a wide range of fibers. The device allows you to weld optical fibers quickly and precisely. When working with this equipment, the key factors are the selection of parameters, cutting length, and the number of welds performed during one work cycle.

Purpose of the training

The training offered by ERGON is dedicated to people who want to learn the basics of fiber optic technology and those whose work requires knowledge of the construction of optotelecommunication lines and their components, as well as the ability to connect and measure fiber networks. We provide familiarization with the specifics of work in the industry from the practical side. Our course prepares participants to perform activities related to welding optical fibers.

During the training, our specialists will discuss issues related to FTTH telecommunications. Students will learn how to lay fiber optic cables, weld optical fibers, perform reflectometric measurements, polish connectors, operate a welding machine and much more. The aim of the course is to train qualified installers of fiber optic networks for the industry in the country and in the world.

Knowledge gained during the training:


  • structure and types of fiber optic cables
  • structure of optical fiber
  • types and application of fiber optic connectors
  • ways of laying FTTH cables
  • preparation of cables for cutting
  • getting to know the assembly process of fiber optic connectors
  • types and service of fiber optic splicers
  • FTTH fiber welding techniques
  • making fiber optic connectors by gluing
  • determining the parameters of thermal welds
  • detection and correction of errors during bonding
  • making control measurements
  • health and safety rules in force at work


Who is the optical fiber connection training for?

  • private persons and employees
  • installers and workers in the telecommunications industry
  • computer network installers
  • IT employees
  • traders and stores in the electronics industry
  • companies from the industrial and electronic departments
  • Internet providers
  • people interested in improving their qualifications
  • employees who plan to retrain



The optical fiber connection course is intended for people who:

  • are 18 years of age or older
  • have completed at least primary school
  • have no medical contraindications to work as a welder


How much does a fiber optic welder earn?
Data for 2021:

In Poland

BeginnerPLN 3,000
ExperiencedPLN 5,000



Germany2000-4000 EURO
France2000-2700 EURO
Switzerland4000-6000 EURO


Participation in the training allows you to obtain welding qualifications confirmed by a certificate.

Place of training

Welding training sessions take place in our branches throughout the country. We also offer closed training, which we will carry out in a place convenient for the client after prior arrangement.


Training at ERGON guarantees a professional approach and attractive prices. We have attractive discounts for larger groups. Please contact us for detailed pricing information.

Why is it worth training at ERGON?

The course we offer provides theoretical and practical preparation for work in the profession. During the training, we focus on the comprehensive improvement of the qualifications of our students. We have over twenty years of experience, during this time we have trained thousands of people.

Completion of our training provides the necessary knowledge needed to install fiber optic cables, perform mechanical and thermal joints, install fiber optic distribution boxes and couplings, and carry out transmission and reflectometric measurements.

As the demand for specialists in the installation of fiber optic networks is constantly growing, we meet the expectations of our customers and provide knowledge in an accessible and very efficient way.

If you have any questions regarding our offer, please contact us - our employees will be happy to help you clarify any doubts.

We encourage you to choose our services!


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