This intensive 3-day training course will provide delegates with the knowledge and installation skills that are needed to install, terminate and test copper cabling for data comms structured cabling data networks.
This course covers the key tasks that have to be performed on data comms cabling that is installed within the built environment, within the premises, in an internal environment; this includes commercial office environments, public buildings, hospitals, airports, and data centres as well as other types of buildings where networks are deployed. The installation skills and underpinning knowledge gained on the course can be applied to all types of data cabling, as used for commercial environments, including large office data cabling systems, premises networks and industrial communications cabling networks. We also look at the latest trends in SoHo networks.
The course focuses on key aspects of health and safety, the correct selection of tools, equipment and components, as well as the correct working, practises that are typically used for the installation of network cabling and structured cabling that support the transmission of data, voice and video.
Who Will Benefit?
This course is aimed at data comms engineers looking to prove their installation skills and professionalism. It is also applicable to individuals who are in allied trades, for example, electricians and Telecoms engineers who wish to increase and broaden their range of skills.
This City & Guilds 3667-02: Unit 104 course is the recognised qualification for professional data comms cabling and structured cabling installers and is on the established UK’s regulated qualifications framework (RQF)
Current terminologies in use as applied to copper data cabling Health and Safety: copper cabling in an internal environment
Basic electrical theory & principles Recommended data cabling installation procedures
Data cable presentations, i.e. RJ45, Keystone Jack
Data cable performance categories
Termination of communication cabling
Telephony installation, Cable tracing, Jumpering & Testing
Fault find copper communication data cabling
Testing link performance against recognised standards
Interpret test results
What are the course requirements?
City & Guilds 3667-02 Copper Cabling in an Internal Environment training is a level 2 qualification. 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, Unit 104: Copper Cabling 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.
This course runs for 3 days.
Notepad & pen.
CEC's are not currently available for completing this course. To find out which of our other courses offer CECs on completion, visit our CEC page.
EUSR / CSCS Card:
To be eligible for an EUSR Datacomms Specialist card, applicants must hold an Award in Communications Cabling.
This award is gained by sitting the City & Guilds 3667-02 101 Basic Principles Course AND EITHER City & Guilds 3667-02 102/103 Fibre Optic Cabling Combined Internal & External course OR City & Guilds 3667-02 104 Copper Cabling in an Internal Environment Course.
For more information on how to get your EUSR card, visit our EUSR page on the Training Hub.