Engineering Firm, ECG, Inc., Collaborates with The CommLaw Group to Offer Two-Day Accredited Class Covering Regulations for Emergency Calling & Reliability

Industry leading engineering and technical consulting firm, ECG, Inc., in collaboration with Marashlian & Donahue, PLLC, The CommLaw Group, is offering technical and legal issues training through a two-day online class focusing on Emergency Calling – e911, Kari’s Law, Ray Baum’s Act, along with reliability requirements for emergency services and others.

When?
May 18, 2021 11:00 AM EST
May 20, 2021 11:00 AM EST
Where? Register for Online Class Now

Learn the specific laws and regulations so you can design and operate your network within the law. Expert guidance for leaders and technicians, plus live Q&A with an attorney.  Graded Exams. Certificate Provided. 1 week / 2 class sessions / 4 PDH.

About ECG, Inc.

ECG is an engineering firm and professional telecommunication provider. We design and deploy next-generation telephony platforms for domestic and international CLECs. ECG is a leader in VoIP and traditional TDM/ analog platform analysis, design and deployment. Accompanying our broad experience in the telecom regulatory arena, we offer comprehensive support for CLECs, municipalities, power companies, and other organizations. We are a technical team who love building networks and services that solve real problems. We’re constantly finding new ways to make voice, video, and Internet communications systems come to life, so people can do great work, contact their loved ones, and get help in emergencies. ECG exists to bring the best technical expertise to communications networks. We provide staff to assist in your technical projects, support your goals, automate processes and train your team.  Contact ECG by clicking here.  

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