Course Overview
The intensive 5-day City and Guilds training course provides delegates with the knowledge to work with fibre optic cable safely. The course enables delegates to learn basic installation practices through to splicing and fault finding fibre.

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The City and Guilds 3667-02 Fibre Optic Cabling Qualification enables delegates to deploy fibre optic cable safely by understanding the theory and practice of installation. The course introduces delegates to the following:

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Theory of fibre optic transmission, performance issues and current standards
• Work safety in commercial properties following installation procedures
• Fibre termination using connectors and splicers
• Loss Budget Calculations
• Fault finding and interpreting test results

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Objectives
Delegates will be provided with the knowledge on basic installation practices through to fibre optic connectorisation, 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 Fibre Optic Cabling training is a level 2 qualification. A basic knowledge of fibre networking would be beneficial, but not essential.

How do you complete the course?

All candidates are assessed via 2 separate examinations, which comprise of 50 multiple choice questions. City and Guilds 3667-02: 102/103 is a closed book examination and carried out using the computer based City and Guilds Gola System. Candidates will also be assessed on simulated exercises including testing fibre optic cable, interpret test results and fibre optic cable ‘dressing into a closure.’ All candidates are given their results at the end of the examination.

Materials
Notepad
• Pen

Modules
- Theory of light
- Fibre optic transmission
- The ‘how’ and ‘why’ fibre optic cabling is used in a datacomms environment
- How optical fibres work and the issues that can affect performance
- Current standards
- Terminologies
- Identify fibre optic components and explain their uses
- Work safely with optical fibres in an internal and external environment
- Follow recommended installation procedures and working practices
- Prepare fibre optic cabling for termination, connectorisation and splicing
- Terminate fibre optic cabling by fitting connectors
- Fibre optic cabling fusion splicing
- Fibre optic external enclosures
- Loss budget calculations
- Carry out a OTDR test on fibre optic links
- Interpreting test results
- Fibre optic fault finding



City & Guilds 3667-02: 102/103 Fibre Optic Cabling in an Internal and External Environment

Modules Content
- Theory of Light
- Fibre optic transmission
- The ‘how’ and ‘why’ fibre optic cabling is used in a datacomms environment
- How optical fibres work and the issues that can affect performance
- Current standards
- Terminologies
- Identify fibre optic components and explain their uses
- Work safely with optical fibres in an internal and external environment
- Follow recommended installation procedures and working practices
- Prepare fibre optic cabling for termination, connectorisation and splicing
- Terminate fibre optic cabling by fitting connectors
- Fibre optic cabling fusion splicing
- Fibre optic external enclosures
- Loss budget calculations
- Carry out a OTDR test on fibre optic links
- Interpreting test results
- Fibre optic fault finding


All course materials are supplied including:
- Notepad
- Pen