City & Guilds 3667-02 Unit 104: Copper Cabling in an Internal Environment

The 3 day City & Guilds course is ideal for electricians to expand their skills and improve their career opportunities, or for cabling technicians looking to show their skills to potential customers or employers through an approved qualification.

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Overview

Learn how to install, terminate and test copper cabling for datacomms structured cabling networks.

This 3 day City & Guilds course covers the key tasks that you will perform on datacomms cabling networks that are or are to be installed within any internal environment. This can include commercial offices, private and public buildings, social services, warehouses and more.

The knowledge you gain throughout the course can be applied to all types of data cabling as used in most networks. The course also includes key aspects of health and safety, choosing the right tool for the job, best working practises and more.

Who is the course for?

This course is aimed at datacomms engineers looking to prove their installation skills and professionalism. It is also applicable to individuals who are in allied trades, for example, electricians and telecomms engineers who wish to increase and broaden their range of skills and opportunities.

Assessment

To achieve your qualification you will be assessed through:

  • A 25 multiple choice question exam
  • A timed practical assessment where you will install and test a data cabling link

The multiple-choice exam is a closed book exam.

What do you need for your course?

There are no entry requirements for the City and Guilds 3667-02 course, you will be provided with a course manual to work through during the course.

Course Content

  • 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, Keystone Jack.
  • Data cable performance categories (Cat5e, Cat6, Cat6a) ISO Class D, E, Ea, F, Fa
  • Termination of communication cabling
  • Telephony installation, Cable tracing, Jumpering & Testing.
  • Fault find copper communication data cabling
  • Testing cabling link performance against recognised standards
  • Interpret test results

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