EAL Digital Communications Infrastructure Level 3
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Real Lab Environment
70% Hands On Training
1st Time Pass Rate
Thousands of People Trained
Qualification : Digital Communications Infrastructure Level 3
Awarding Body : EAL
ELCAS Approved: Yes
Prerequisites : None
Course Duration : 5 Days
Location : Newcastle Under Lyme, Staffordshire
Instructor Ratio : 8:1
About The PON & Air Blown Fibre Level 3 Course:
The EAL Digital Communications Infrastructure course is broken down into a number of modules this course provides delegates with unit 1 health & safety and unit 4 passive optical networks and air blown fibre it provides delegates to understand the concept of PON's and blown fibre.
Delegates will learn the concepts of PON's and practical hand on experience to troubleshooting networks and practical hands on with air blown fibre.of the correct skills to install, fusion splice, terminate, maintain and fault find digital network cabling infrastructure in multiple environments. The Digital Communications Infrastructure course provides a level 3 Ofqual recognised qualification that is also recognised by the telecommunications industry and the rail industry with a structured career path.
This course can be added to the City & Guilds 3667-02 Network Installer course but would then be covered over two weeks. The course has been designed around the current needs of telecommunications and rail industry, and covers fibre optics, blown fibre, passive optical and copper networks. The course is outcome based and focuses on practical, hands on elements from which students tend to learn more thoroughly.
The course is broken down into two modules to obtain the Digital Communications -1 x mandatory and 1 x optional modules detailed below.
Health & Safety Digital Communications
Passive Optical Networks PON
Our training centre has been designed and modified to ensure it matches real life scenarios for you to learn in a real world environment, not at a desk. The centre has a 10km fibre network with faults so you can learn to diagnose and rectify faults in a network.
We like to make the training fun and enjoyable, so you learn in a friendly environment. Extra tuition is always available if required. On completion of the course you will be able to install, test and maintain fibre optic and network cabling.
Our training centre recently got upgraded to include overhead poling, drop wire installation, underground network infrastructure for external jointing and cable pulling all the tasks that are required by field engineers this provides real hands on training. Progression would be to complete the C&G 3667 level 3 planning and design course