City & Guilds 3667 Basic Principles of Communications Cabling + City & Guilds 3667 Fibre Optic Cabling (Internal & External) + City & Guilds Copper Cabling in an Internal Environment
City and Guilds | 9 days
Looking for comprehensive training in data & fibre……. then look no further!!
City & Guilds 3667-02 Unit 101, 102 & 103: This training course provides delegates with a fundamental understanding of cabling media and the basic principles that lie behind communications cabling and the basic workings of network cabling systems are explored.
and thats not all….the applications that harness communications cabling in a modern cabling system are also examined, providing a valuable insight into communications cabling and other media.
3667-02: Uint 101: This module of this comprehensive course package looks at the different types of communications cabling media including Data (Cat 5e, Cat 6, Cat6a and the shortely to be ratified Cat8) and optical fibre media
3667-02 Units 102 & 103: The underpinning knowledge and fundamental understanding of the different fibre optic cabling types, the basic theories that lie behind fibre optic communications cabling, and including all the practical skills that you need to confidently install fibre optic cabling, whether internal or external fibre.
3667-02 Unit 104: This intensive 3-day training course will provide delegates with the knowledge and installation skills that are needed to install, terminate and test copper cabling for datacomms structured cabling data networks.
This course covers the key tasks that have to be performed on datacomms cabling that is installed within the built environment, within the premises and in an internal environment; this includes office environments, public buildings, hospitals, airports, and other types of buildings where networks are deployed. The skills and knowledge gained can be applied to all data cabling and structured cabling, otherwise known as copper cabling, as used for commercial environments, including large office structured cabling systems and premises networks, SoHo Systems, and industrial communications cabling networks.
The course also focuses on key aspects of health and safety, the correct selection of tools, equipment and components as well as the working practices that are typically used for the installation of network cabling and structured cabling that support the transmission of data, voice and video.
This course suitable for network installers, fibre optic cabling installers and engineers and datacomms engineers, who are looking to prove their installation skills and professionalism. It is particularly applicable to individuals, for example, electricians and telecomms engineers who wish to increase and broaden their range of skills.
3667-02 Unit 101:
- Introduction to communications cabling
- Health and Safety
- The application of communications cabling in the networking environment
- Current communications cabling terminology and standards
- Communications cabling bandwidths and performance
Communications cabling transmission
- Common communications cabling components
- Communications cabling installation procedures and working practices
3667-02 Units 102 & 103:
- Theory of Light
- Fibre optic transmission
- The ‘how’ and ‘why’ fibre optic cabling is used in a datacomms environment
- How optical fibres work and the issues that can affect performance
- Current standards
- Identify fibre optic components and explain their uses
- Work safely with optical fibres in an internal and external environment
- Follow recommended installation procedures and working practices
- Prepare fibre optic cabling for termination, connectorisation and splicing
- Terminate fibre optic cabling by fitting connectors
- Fibre optic cabling fusion splicing
- Fibre optic external enclosures
- Loss budget calculations
- Carry out a OTDR test on fibre optic links
- Interpreting test results
- Fibre optic fault finding
3667-02 Unit 104:
- Current terminologies in use as applied to copper communication data cabling
- Health and Safety: copper data cabling in an internal environment
- Basic electrical theory and principles with reference to datacomms cabling
- Recommended data cabling installation procedures in accordance with standards
- Data cable presentations, i.e. RJ45 & RJ11
- Data cable performance categories (Cat5e, Cat6, Cat6a)
- Termination of communication cabling
- Telephony installation using structured cabling
- Fault find copper communication data cabling
- Test cabling link performance against recognised standards
- Interpret test results
“In addition, the course will also describe typical examples of applications where particular categories of data cable can be deployed”
3667-02 Unit 101: All candidates are assessed via 25 multiple choice questions – this is a “closed book” examination and is carried out using the computer based City and Guilds e-volve system.
3667-02 Units 102 & 103: All candidates are assessed via an examination comprising of 2 individual examinations which consist of a total of 50 multiple choice questions – this is a “closed book” examination and is carried out using the “on line” City and Guilds e-volve system.
There are also a series of timed practical assessments covering installation practices on a simulated internal and external fibre optic cabling system
3667-02 Unit 104: All candidates are assessed via an examination comprising of 25 multiple choice questions – this is a “closed book” examination and is carried out using the computer based City and Guilds e -volve system.
There is also a series of timed practical assessments.
All candidates are given their results at the end of the examination.
This course is subject to vat and is inclusive of all examination fees.
This course leads to a fully accredited City and Guilds 3667 level 2 qualification in the core module, Basic Priniciples of Communications Cabling plus Fibre Optic Cabling in an Internal & External Environment and Copper Cabling in an Internal Environment which will give candidates the full City and Guilds 3667-02 award.
Delegates are provided with a full colour, comprehensive course manual to work through during the course
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