Real Lab Environment
70% Hands On Training
1st Time Pass Rate
Thousands of People Trained
Qualification : City and Guilds 3667-02 Units 1 and 4
Awarding Body : City & Guilds
Prerequisites : None
Course Duration : 3 Days
Location : Newcastle Under Lyme, Staffordshire
Instructor Ratio : 8:1
Data Cabling Installer Course Nottingham:
This course provides delegates with the correct skills to install, terminate, test and maintain a voice and data communications network that meets the current UK & European standards of installation. The course is designed for anyone wanting to work within the data cabling industry this qualification is endorsed by City and Guilds and the Fibre optic industry association (FIA).
The course is delivered over three days and provides the knowledge and expertise to install communications network cabling. Data Cabling Installers are in high demand having the right skills and qualifications go a long way when applying for jobs.
This three-day course provides you with the skills and expertise to install network cabling the course is broken down as follows:
Basic Electrical Theory
Copper Cabling systems
Copper termination techniques
Copper certification and testing
Structured Cabling Internal
This course is taught by qualified industry instructors who have been in the industry for over 20 years since and are approved by City and Guilds, and the Fibre Optics Association. Our instructors also work within the industry, so their skills are kept up to date.
This course is suitable for anyone wishing to start a career in data cabling, with a recognised industry qualification from City and Guilds. The 3667-02 communications cabling course was designed for the industry by industry experts.
You will learn the correct procedures installation, termination and testing including the following subjects:
Evolution of Local Area Networks (LAN’s)
Termination of physical medium and connectors
Testing and warranties
Telephony voice Cabling
Data Cabling, Cat5E, Cat6, Cat6A UTP, Sc/FTP, FTP
Basic Design of Networks
Overview of future cabling systems