This level 3 qualification is for candidates who work or want to work in a number of different roles such as Telecommunications and Datacommunications Technicians in the Information Technology industry.
This qualification will provide underpinning knowledge and recognise skills in telecommunications and data communications installation, design & planning in the workplace.
There are two different tracks you can take either internal or external.
The units of study will be:
Unit 042 - Telecommunications Principles
Option 1 - Internal
Unit 227 - Copper cabling in an internal environment.
Unit 357 - Design & Plan for an internal network cabling infrastructure.
Option 2 - External
Unit 226 - Fibre optic cabling in an external environment.
Unit 359 - Design & Plan for an external underground network cabling infrastructure.
Assessment will be via a combination of online exams, project work and portfolio of evidence.
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