Common 5G Training FAQs

How does 5G training work?

5G training involves enhancing your 5G and wireless engineering skills. It can involve many different aspects of 5G, such as 5G NR, Industrial IoT, and more. For information about the specific types of 5G training we offer, check out our blog titled, “Receive 5G Training with Qualcomm.”

What does a 5G training course cover?

The following are some of the most popular topics covered in 5G training courses, along with links to each topic taught by the Qualcomm Wireless Academy:

How do I know which 5G course to take?

If you’re a wireless engineer, we offer specialized courses that can train you on specific topics, depending on what you’re looking for. If you’re a business professional looking to learn more about 5G and how it can be optimized for business, we recommend taking one of the courses we offer specifically for non-engineers.

How can I receive 5G air interface training?

The Qualcomm Wireless Academy offers 5G air interface training for businesses and individuals around the world. You may sign up for this training by visiting our page on 5G air interface training. This course is conducted through our eLearning format, so you may learn at your own pace and from wherever you'd like. We can also offer this training as a live course for groups of at least 15 people.

What is covered in wireless technology training?

The depth of a wireless technology training course depends on the goal of the course. While some courses offer a broader overview of 5G and wireless communication, others dive deep into a single topic. The Qualcomm Wireless Academy offers a variety of overview courses, as well as dozens of in-depth training seminars that can help you enhance your wireless skills and take your career to the next level. You can view our courses and sort by role and skill level in our course catalog.

What do I need to do to become a wireless engineer?

Since there are different types of wireless engineers, what you must do depends on what exactly you want to focus on for your career. In general, though, wireless engineers typically have at least a bachelor’s degree in engineering or a similar quantitative field, while many have a master’s degree or PhD as well. In many cases, one can become a wireless technician, though, by receiving an associate degree in engineering or computer science.

Regardless of whether you’re looking to become a wireless engineer or technician, you can expand your wireless skills by taking specialized courses with wireless technology leaders, such as Qualcomm Technologies. The Qualcomm Wireless Academy offers dozens of courses for wireless engineers and technicians looking to enhance their careers. Check out our course catalog to view our courses by subject and experience level.

What does a typical wireless engineer do?

Being a “wireless engineer” could involve a variety of different tasks, depending on your focus. Some wireless engineers build the technology that powers 5G; some are responsible for ensuring the stability of internet connections in a given area; some are responsible for fixing connectivity issues; and many perform dozens of other tasks associated with wireless communication.

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