This MOD City & Guilds 3667 - 03 Design & Planning course is the ultimate training course for the telecoms industry, Units 1 & 4 specifically covers External Underground Network Cabling Infrastructure Design. This course is aimed at network cabling professional who is seeking to learn about the design and planning processes in the world of communications cabling. For those looking to enhance their career and promotion prospects, 3667-03 is seen by many in the industry as the ultimate must have qualification.
Unit 1 covers concepts of Design & Planning a Communications Infrastructure. The unit covers in detail: the terms used and different types of communications infrastructure, principles of planning, UK licences, legislation and codes of practice and project management tools. The unit is concerned with the principles of Design and Planning Communications Infrastructure in a range of environments.
Unit 4 covers concepts of Design & Planning for an External Underground Network Cabling Infrastructure. The unit covers in detail: External Underground Telecoms Infrastructure, preliminary, provisional and detailed designs for an External Underground Communications Infrastructure and determining workflow activities.
Very worth while course with excellent content and the ability to develop knowledge in a short time frame. All facilities, staff and organisation was of the highest of standards.
I recently attended Fibreplus for the Fibre Optics City and Guilds 3667-02 5 day Course and left on the Friday extremely happy with everything they provided. The Course was great with all contents fulfilling my expectations. I would highly recommend this Course and provider to anyone interested in getting into Fibre Optics or using it as a refresher.
All staff at Fibreplus were great and not only did they provide a good, in-depth course on Fibre Optics they also provided a rapid and very professional service for supplying Hire Test Equipment.
I will definitely be using Fibreplus in the future and will also be passing on their details and services to my network within the Oil and Gas Industry.
Russell, North Sea
"The practical part of the course was most useful as I was able to gain experience with the use of the tools and equipment used to prepare and terminate Fibre Optic cabling".
Within a few days of completing (3667-02) I had an interview, I have now been offered an engineering position there and start next week.
The instructors are very well trained and has extensive knowledge of the course. Very well delivered