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Attention IT Professionals

Preparing for a small/medium/large wireless project and want to learn the fundamentals of Wi-Fi, like how to build networks for Density, Coverage and Capacity?

Intrigued about Ubiquiti's new line of technologies including UniFi Outdoor+ and UAP-AC models, as well as proprietary features like Zero-Handoff Roaming and Minimum RSSI?

Need to improve the speed, latency and overall performance of your enterprise WLAN deployment and want to learn more about 802.11n/ac?

Stuck with Layer-3 Adoption and looking for tips to best manage the UniFi platform?

If you answered "yes" to any of the questions above, sign up for our Ubiquiti UniFi training course today! Before the end of the course, you'll learn:

  • The most important characteristics when planning and designing the WLAN (Capacity, Channels, Density, Coverage, Overlap) and how they affect performance
  • The practical basis for CSMA/CA, CCA and other Wi-Fi concepts to ensure eliminate problems in the WLAN and ensure optimal wireless performance.
  • How to maximize network efficiency and configure the UniFi Controller with step-by-step tutorials.
  • How to effectively implement UniFi's proprietary technologies, including Zero-Handoff Roaming, Minimum RSSI, Multi-Lane RF, and Advanced Layer-3 Adoption Techniques.

Course Description:

Become a Ubiquiti UniFi-Certified Administrator. The Ubiquiti UniFi-Certified Admin (UUCA) course is the second course offered by the Ubiquiti Training Academy. This course is designed to prepare professionals to meet the challenges faced by today's enterprise networks through hands-on lab activities using UAPs and the UniFi controller. The class is designed to help IT professionals create and deploy powerful, robust wireless networks using the cost-disruptive products of Ubiquiti.

The course includes 2 days of hands-on training and offers the chance to become a fully certified Ubiquiti UniFi administrator. Those who take the course and pass the examination at the end will receive full certification from Ubiquiti. Upon passing the certification test, students will keep their training guide and be mailed an official Ubiquiti certificate and t-shirt. Space is limited so sign-up today for this highly in-demand training course.

UniFi TrainingCourse Outline

  • Overview of Enterprise Networks
  • WLAN Fundamentals
    • Wave Properties / FSPL (Free Space Path Loss)
    • Unlicensed Radio Spectrum
    • WLAN Standards
    • Wireless Access & Network Equipment
  • WLAN Planning
    • Wireless Technology
    • Coverage and Channels
    • Signals and Noise
    • Airtime, Capacity and Density
  • Deployment
    • Site Surveys
    • Mounting
    • WLAN Wiring and POE
    • Benchmarking
  • Comprehensive UniFi Configuration
  • Basic & Advanced Adoption Techniques
  • Guest Portal & Hotspot Integration
  • WLAN Troubleshooting

Course Details:


Day 1:
8:30am - 9:00am - Coffee
9:00am - 12:00pm - Training & Labs
12:00pm - 1:00pm - Break for Lunch
1:00pm - 5:00pm - Training & Labs

Day 2:
8:30am - 9:00am - Coffee
9:00am - 12:00pm - Training & Labs
12:00pm - 1:00pm - Break for Lunch
1:00pm - 3:00pm - Training & Labs
3:00pm - 5:00pm - Certification Exam


* Laptop with WiFi and Ethernet interface.
* Supported browser for management interface installed (Chrome or Firefox).

NOTE: Please install Java on your machine prior to class!


Please note: The certification exams are prepared by Ubiquiti. Passing the exam will depend on fully understanding the class concepts and will require a good base knowledge of TCP/IP and networks. Baltic Networks is not responsible for the content of the exams or your ability to pass the exams. A grade of 65% is required to pass and the exam is given "closed book".


In case you need to cancel your participation at the seminar, a written notice should be sent in by e-mail to prior the seminar. If cancelled up to 10 days prior to the training date or before, 90% refund will be issued. There is no refund for training fee paid, if cancellation is received less than 10 calendar days before the event.