Course Overview
The intensive 3-day City and Guilds training course offer delegates the knowledge and installation skills that are required to install, terminate and test copper cabling.

The City and Guilds 3667-02 Copper Cabling in an Internal Environment Qualification allows delegates to install, terminate and test copper cabling. The course offers delegates to the following:

• Current terminologies with basic electrical theory
• Data cabling installation procedures in accordance with standards
• Performance categories
• Termination of communications cabling
• Fault finding and interpreting test results

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Objectives 
Delegates will be provided with the knowledge on basic installation practices of copper cabling systems, termination and fault finding. The City & Guilds course aims to instruct data comms cabling installers on design principles using industry standards and working practices.

What are the course requirements?
City & Guilds 3667-02 Copper Cabling in an Internal Environment training is a level 2 qualification. A basic knowledge of structured cabling systems would be beneficial, but not essential.

How do you complete the course?
All candidates are assessed via 2 separate examinations, which comprise of 25 multiple choice questions. City & Guilds 3667-02 – (102/103) is a closed book examination and carried out using the computer based City and Guilds Gola System. All candidates are given their results at the end of the examination.

Materials
• Notepad
• Pen
Modules Content                                                                                                                                                          
- Introduction to course
- Current terminologies
- Health and safety  
- Copper data cabling in an internal environment
- Basic electrical theory & principles in datacom’s cabling
- Data cabling Installation Procedures in accordance to standards
- Types of data cable
- Types of performance category cable (+ Cat5e, Cat6 and Cat6a)
- Termination of communication cabling
- Telephony installation using structured cabling
- Fault finding with copper data cabling
- Test cabling link performance against recognised standards
- Interpret test results