ACMA Open Registration and Endorsments

Open Registration

$800 (GST exempt)

5 Days

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Method of Delivery

Combination of theory and skills tasks (5 days)

Units of Competency

ICTCBL247 – Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Open Rule

Pre-Learning

Units completed using self paced learning prior to attending course

ICTTEN208 – Use electrical skills when working with telecommunications networks

ICTWHS204 – Follow work health and safety and environmental policies and procedures

Structured Cabling

$500 (GST Exempt)

2 Days

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Method of Delivery

Combination of theory and skills tasks (2 days)

Units of Competency

ICTCBL301 – Install, terminate and certify structured cabling installation

Entry Requirement

The Open Registration course

or

Existing Registered Cabler

Coaxial Cabling

$200 (GST Exempt)

1 Day

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Method of Delivery

Combination of theory and skills tasks (1 day)

Units of Competency

ICTCBL303 – Install and terminate coaxial cabling installation

Entry Requirement

The Open Registration course

or

Existing Registered Cabler

Optic Fibre

$500 (GST Exempt)

2 Days

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Method of Delivery

Combination of theory and skills tasks (2 days)

Units of Competency

ICTCBL322 – Install, test and terminate optical fibre cable on customer premises

Entry Requirement

The Open Registration course

or

Existing Registered Cabler

Open Registration Exam for Electricians

$350 (GST  Exempt)

1 Day

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Description

This is for people that have completed the *UEENEEF102A – Install and maintain cabling for multiple access to telecommunication services* unit of competency during their electrical apprenticeships but need to complete the ACMA assessment to be eligible to apply to be a registered cabler.

Method of Delivery

Combination of theory and skills tasks (1 Day)

Course Outcome

Certificate of Completion – ACMA Exam

Entry Requirement

Must provide evidence of having completed

UEENEEF102A – Install and maintain cabling for multiple access to telecommunication services

How to get Registered

For people wanting to install telecommunications cabling within the customer boundary.

Typical examples include: terminating cat 6 cabling throughout an office, terminating coaxial cable on a private property. terminating optic fibre on a new development site.

STEP 1

Enrol in the Open Registration course and the appropriate endorsements for the work you will be conducting (Optic Fibre, Structured Cabling etc). Register in only one session and leave a note in the comments field stating the other sessions you want to register for. We’ll do the rest for you.

STEP 2

Contact ACRS HERE to become a registered cabler. You will need your training certificate from us before you can be registered.

NOTE

A cabling registration is mandatory when performing telecommunications cabling work. You must also have endorsements for the ‘type’ of cabling being performed e.g. having the coaxial cabling endorsement if installing coaxial cable.

ACMA

Access the ACMA pathways to cabling registration HERE

ACRS

To register as a cabler with ACRS click HERE.

CONTACT

E: skills@necatraining.edu.au

P: 02 9188 4424

Due to unprecedented demand our phone lines are always busy. For the quickest response please use the contact form below.

LOCATION

122 Hume Highway, Chullora 2190

NUMERACY CHECK

To check your numeracy skills are at the required level for this course, test yourself by completing our numeracy questionnaire HERE

AWARD

Accredited – Statement of Attainment

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