Wi-Fi training for individuals or IT teams

As a certified trainer for Ekahau and CWNP, we provide training and workshops for IT teams or individuals that want to gain more knowledge about how Wi-Fi works. These training or workshops can happen both online or in-person at a training location

Who is this Wi-Fi training for?

Our Wi-Fi workshops are aimed at IT teams or individuals who want to increase their expertise in managing and developing their own wireless network.

We offer all CWNP modules and also offer customized training. These training courses can take place on location at the company or at a training location of your choice.

If you would like a tailor-made Wi-fi training, please sent us an inquiry and we will have a look into it.


If you would like to attend one of these training courses, please contact us quickly and we can check whether there is still room for the training you want to attend.


Hans Van Ballaer
Certified Wi-Fi expert

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Ekahau is the industry standard for Wi-Fi design because they use easy-to-use tools. From design and validation to troubleshooting, Ekahau has your back.

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CWNP is the industry standard for enterprise Wi-Fi certification and is the industry’s only vendor independent Wi-Fi certification program. CWNP is committed to providing the knowledge, learning and resources needed to achieve success in the IT and wireless networking fields.

Frequently asked questions about Wi-Fi

Below we answer some of the most common problems about Wi-Fi

We recommend using the 5GHz or even the 6GHz frequency as much as possible. On the 2.4GHz frequency band there are many interfering factors such as microwave oven or motion detectors that disrupt your wireless signal. To clearly map this out, we can conduct a site survey and provide more insight in the situation

A common problem is that the wireless network is slow. We recommend placing the access points where the users are, the more the access points are in “sight” of the users, the better the network will function. To put it in a technical term, we recommend a signal strength of -67dBm or better. Another recommendation is to make sure you have a good channel plan to prevent having overlapping channels.

Wi-Fi technology is evolving very quickly. From the moment a new Wi-Fi standard is available, a next standard is already being discussed. Should you therefore wait for the new standard? From a software lifecycle point of view, maybe yes, as the new standard will last longer and will receive support for a longer time. On the other hand, do you actually need the new functions that this Wi-Fi standard provides or can you get started with the existing Wi-Fi standard. In the latter case you can move on with the current standard.

AHFIBIT works as a vendor independent advisor, every Wi-Fi vendor has its strengths and capabilities. The choice of vendor can be determined by the needs of your wireless network. Each vendor has access points in their portfolio for high-density environments, while there are also those for low density. AHFIBIT can guide you in the right choice of the type of access point for your environment. Perhaps even more important is the configuration of the wireless network, it must be set to the needs of the network. As a WiFi expert, we can certainly provide you with the right advice!

Other questions? Ask us!

Hans Van Ballaer
Certified wi-fi expert #340

Would you like to obtain more information? Contact us and we can discuss all your questions further