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City & Guilds 3667-02 Award in Communications Cabling is suitable for both those interested in becoming fibre cabling installers, as well as those currently doing the job who are seeking certification.
The 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.
Please note units 1 & 2 only covers internal installation & Testing
Trainers Peter and Jamie were absolutely excellent and have made the course worth the money I've paid - I will definitely take another course with you guys - C&G 3667-02
I really have had a brilliant 2 weeks. Very interesting and I have learnt loads - C&G 3667-02, FOA CFOT
Fibreplus have an excellent facility and staff for all you fibre needs whether it be training purchasing or general sound advice. I have successfully completed both City & Guilds 3667-02 Units 1,2,&3 Level 2 in Communication Cabling (Fibre Optics)
Level 3 BTEC Advanced test & Measurement (fibre Optics)and found the courses excellent very thorough and with a good mix of class work and hands on experience.
I strongly advise Fibreplus as a first point of call for anyone looking to successfully advance in the world of fibre optics.
A training course which I thoroughly enjoyed.
Lots of practical mixed with the necessary theory.
The instructors were great and explained all concepts really well... Most important, I am able to apply the knowledge at work.
"I thought the instructors were great-very patient, engaged enthusiastically with the subject matter and always keen to pass on the knowledge to the students. The practical set-up was totally user friendly and the hands- on approach was more than suitably in depth. I really enjoyed getting on the tools and really getting stuck in with all the various elements of the system. I'm about to move to Germany in a couple of weeks to work on their internet backbone upgrade as a trainee fibre engineer. I'll keep you posted and will definitely be back for more courses once I've gained some work experience.”