Sugar Land is one of the most affluent cities in Texas. Initially founded as a sugar plantation, hence the name “Sugar Land,” the city has exploded into a great success with many industries that contribute to its booming economy and vibrant community. Sugar Land continues to grow and attract people from all over the country.
Today, Sugar Land is a family-friendly, family-centric suburb replete with shops, restaurants and finance, arts, culture, and event centers, and sprawling parks.
Residents of Sugar Land enjoy a high standard of living, great amenities are available and the locals are happy with their lives. It is a city that has managed to retain its small-town feeling where people still believe in small-town values. The modern planned communities are beautiful and well-maintained. However, a community design is nothing without its greatest building block — a strong sense of community. And Sugar Land is known for that.
Sugar Land also draws in people who are looking to start a family. Sugar Land falls in the catchment of a much-desired Fort Bend school district. Plus, residents can rest easy knowing their family members are safe, as Sugar Land has a very low crime rate. Residents of Sugar Land may have high standards, but everything the city has to offer continues to satisfy them.
The Houston Museum of Natural Science Sugar Land will satisfy the curiosity of any science and history buff. Expect dinosaurs, a saltwater aquarium, fossils, and a 10-foot globe, just to name a few. As for parks, Sugar Land has no shortage, with Lost Creek Park, Duhacsek Park, and Imperial Park.
The epicenter of activity is Sugar Land Town Square, from places to eat to free concerts to special events, everything happens in the town square. Locals shop for fresh produce at Farmer’s Market at Imperial.
Getting out of the city, Houston is just a forty-five-minute drive away. For those wishing for more entertainment options.
At the National Communications Training Centers (NCTC), we provide high-quality and intensive training to our students to meet the fast-growing demand for fiber optic technicians in Sugar Land.
Unlike other technical schools in Texas, we utilize a hands-on approach that is 75 percent application and 25 percent theory. We believe this is the perfect formula for greater student success. We want to graduate students that go on to become experts in the field of optics whether in Texas or other states.
After completion of the training program, you will receive certification from the Fiber Optics Training Association and Draka Fiber Optics as Certified Fiber Optics Technicians. In addition, we also help you with job placement in Sugar Land and other cities in Texas.
The NCTC curriculum is a 3-week 105-hour deep study in fiber optics technology, category 5 and 6 cables, and telephone systems. You can check our daily class schedule and if for information about financial aid, click here.
Take hold of your future with Fiber Optics Training at our various National Communications Training Centers!