Course Overview

The City & Guilds 3667-02: 101 - Basic Principles of Communications Cabling prepares delegates to install telecommunication systems. The course offers the following: 

•   Theory on communication systems including fibre optic and copper cabling

•   Application of communication systems 

•   Bandwidth, Performance and Transmission Distances

•   Installation Procedures and Working Practices 

•   Health & Safety on commercial premises

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Objectives
The one day City & Guilds training course equips delegates with the knowledge on telecommunication system theory. Learn telecommunication standards for fibre and copper systems, health and safety and application in a networking environment.

Delegates will learn about the different types of structured cabling and will also 
have the opportunity to learn about fibre optic cabling. The course covers: 

• Introduction to Communication Cabling
• Bandwidth and Performance
• Transmission Distances
• Installation Procedures and Working Practices

Delegates will be introduced to the basic principles of communication cabling and understanding bandwidth, performance and transmission distances. The City & Guilds course provides delegates with a foundation for City & Guild 3667-02: 102/103 & 104.

BICSI CECs: 7

What are the course requirements?

City & Guilds 3667-02: 101 (Basic Principles of Communication Cabling) is a level 2 qualification. A basic knowledge of installation practices for telecommunication systems would be beneficial, but not essential. 

How do you complete the course? 
All candidates are assessed through one 25 question multiple choice exam. This is completed online through the City & Guilds Gola system. All candidates are given their results at the end of the examination. 

Download the City & Guilds Basic Principles Booklet

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Materials

No materials are required for this course.

Modules

- Introduction to Communication Cabling

- Health and Safety

- Application of Communication Cabling in the Networking Environment

- Current Terminology and Standards

- Bandwidth and Performance

- Transmission

- Common Communication Cabling Components 

- Installation Procedures and Working Practices