TELECOMMUNICATIONS


Location 

30 Day street North, Silverwater NSW 2128

Method of Delivery 

Classroom theory and practical skills workshop

Payments

Prices are all quoted in Australian dollars. All courses on this page are GST exempt and payable by EFT or credit card upon registration

What to Bring

Photo ID (eg Drivers licence)

Wear appropriate Personal Protective Equipment which consists of a long sleeved cotton shirt, long cotton trousers, safety shoes.

Award 

Accredited – Statement of Attainment

ENTRY COURSE FOR NON-ELECTRICIANS

Unit 

ICTTEN201 – Use electrical skills in telecommunications work

Duration – Cost

2 days – $400

Overview 

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required for an entry- level worker to use electrical skills, working with analog and digital, cabling and wireless networking in telecommunications.

Who is it for? 

It applies to individuals who undertake basic testing, circuit building, and evaluation of cable and wireless devices, and who may work in domestic, commercial or industrial situations.

OPEN REGISTRATION

Upon completion of the training you must register as an approved cabler with ACRS. To visit the ACRS website click HERE

Units 

ICTWHS204 – Follow work health and safety and environmental policies and procedures
ICTCBL236 – Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Restricted Rule (Release 2)
ICTCBL237 – Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Open Rule (Release 2)

Duration – Cost

5 days – $800

Overview 

ICTWHS204
This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to follow safe working practices and environmental policy in the management of a telecommunications workplace.

ICTCBL236,237
This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to safely install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling required according to  ACMA ’Open‘ Cabling Provider Rule for small installations connected to sockets, and larger commercial and industry installations involving many lines, multi-pair cables, backbone cabling, multi-story buildings and advanced termination modules and distributors.

Who is it for? 

It applies to individuals who provide services in telephony, carrier modems or multiplexers, private modems or data systems operating over a category one or two twisted pair metallic customer cable in a specific customer location and install, maintain or modify new cable or upgrade cable capacity either, indoor, external, underground or aerial cabling on private and public property.

Entry Requirement – New Entrants 

ICTTEN201 – Use electrical skills in telecommunications work

Entry Requirement – Electrician

Electricians are given partial credit towards ICTTEN201. To fulfill the requirements to ICTTEN201 you must complete a self-paced study guide. The study guide will be provided when you start the Open Registration course.

STRUCTURED CABLING (CAT 5,6)

Unit 

ICTCBL301 – Install, terminate and certify structured cabling installation

Duration – Cost

2 days – $500

Overview 

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to place, secure and terminate structured cabling for indoor and outdoor installations and to certify the installation within a domestic, commercial or industrial client’s premises.

Who is it for?

It applies to technical staff who install, terminate and certify structured cabling installations for communications applications including digital and analog, telephony, data, video, digital broadcasting, computer networks, local area networks (LAN), wide area networks (WAN) and multimedia.

COAXIAL CABLING ENDORSEMENT

Unit 

ICTCBL303 – Install and terminate coaxial cable

Duration – Cost

0.5 day – $200

Overview 

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to install and terminate coaxial cable on client premises in communications applications, digital and analog, including master antenna television (MATV), cable television (CATV), closed-circuit television (CCTV), digital video broadcasting – terrestrial (DBVT), digital video broadcasting – satellite (DVB-S), data and video, including digital broadcasting, computer networks such as local area networks (LAN) and wide area networks (WAN), and multimedia.

Who is it for?

It applies to technical staff who install and terminate coaxial cable for new installations, upgrades or the maintenance of existing networks in domestic, commercial and industrial installations on a client’s premises.

OPTIC FIBRE CABLING ENDORSEMENT

Unit 

ICTCBL302 – Install and terminate optical fibre cable on customer premises

Duration – Cost

2 days – $500

Overview 

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to install and test optical fibre cable on a customer’s premises for communications applications using a range of terminations that may include direct termination, fusion splicing and mechanical splicing. Communications applications include digital and analog, telephony, data, video, digital broadcasting, computer networks LAN, WAN and multimedia.

Who is it for?

It applies to technical staff who place, secure and terminate optical fibre cable in new installations and upgrades or maintain existing networks in domestic, commercial and industrial installations.

INSTALL AND CONFIGURE IP DEVICES

Units 

ICTTEN207 – Install and test internet protocol devices in convergence networks
ICTTEN302 – Install telecommunications network equipment

Duration – Cost

2 days – TBA

Overview 

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required for entry-level installations and testing for internet protocol (IP) based telecommunications networking, using convergent technologies to deliver services of Next Generation Networks (NGN).

Who is it for? 

It applies to technicians and cable installers who install and maintain IP-based equipment for customer and service providers for NGN services, including internet protocol TV (IPTV), IP security, digital home networks, IP-based cable access TV (CATV), IP core and access networks, home automation, interactive TV, radio frequency identification (RFID), biometric recognition systems, mesh networks, smart grids and cloud computing.

DESIGN-INSTALL SMART TECHNOLOGY NETWORK WIRED  (SMART WIRED)

Unit 

ICTCBL401 – Prepare design drawings and specification for a cable installation (Release 1)

Duration – Cost

2 days – $400

Overview 

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to prepare design drawings and specification for indoor or outdoor, domestic, commercial or industrial cable installations for communications applications compliant with appropriate ACMA technical standards.

Who is it for?

It applies to technical staff who prepare design drawings and specifications for digital and analog, telephony, data, video, digital broadcasting, computer networks LAN, WAN and multimedia cable communication installations on a client’s premises.

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