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City & Guilds - Basic Principles


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

Download the City & Guilds 101 Booklet


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. 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.