City and Guilds 3667-02 Units 1, 2, 3 and 4 is suitable for both those interested in becoming Fibre Installers, as well as those currently doing the job who are seeking certification.
The Fibre units of City & Guilds 3667-02 course provides students with the skills to install, splice and test fibre optic networks in multiple environments, whether this be FTTH, Rail signalling systems, internal installation in buildings or data centres, the skills you gain are suitable for all these areas and more. There is a huge demand for engineers all over the world currently, especially in the fibre to the home (FTTH) networks.
The Units consist of:
Unit 1 - Principles of Communications Cabling. The unit covers in detail: Identifying Safe Working Practices in Communication Systems, Basic Principles of SI Units Symbols, Basic Principles of Communication Systems and Basic Principles of Data Communication.
Unit 2 - Fibre Optic Cabling in an Internal Environment. The unit covers in detail: Safety regarding Working with Fibre Optics in an Internal Environment, Recommended Installation Procedures, Preparation for Fibre Connectorisation & Splicing, Splicing together Optical Fibre, Terminating Fibre Optic Cable by Fitting Connectors, Testing Fibre Optic Links and an Exam.
Unit 3 - Fibre Optic Cabling in an External Environment. The unit covers in detail: Working Safely with Optical Fibres in an External Environment, Recommended Installation Procedures, Preparing Fibre Optic Cable for Fibre Splicing, Joining Fibre Optic Cables by Splicing, Terminating Fibre Optic Cables by Splicing, Testing Fibre Optic Links and an Exam.
The course consists of Virtual Learning on our Online Portal and then in-house practical and assessments at our Training Centre once your online learning is completed.
Our "Virtual Training" consists of 4 weeks of online theory work on our online portal, which you complete at home. The learning consists of a video lesson and then multiple-choice question test, we also encourage our students do complete these tests and their unit mock exams more than once. Once you have completed the 4 weeks learning we invite our students to our centre to complete their practical assessments and exams - these do need to be in-house meaning you would need to come to our centre for 3 days. Our dates run weekly Monday to Friday for our 3667-02 course. All practical training is carried out at our custom-built training facility in Melksham, SN128DZ.
Our Online Training has proved extremely successful, we have a 95% pass rate and offer extended support for our students. Students have access to their online theory content and workshops after they have completed their course meaning they can revise their knowledge if needed at a later date. Our Support Team and Trainers are always happy to speak over the phone and answer any questions if any support is needed in the future after the course has been completed.