City & Guilds 3667-02 & 3667-03 Fibre Optic Installation with Design & Planning

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Fibre Optics Design

£2045exc. VAT (w. VAT: £2454)


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.

This Design & Planning course is the ultimate training course for the telecoms industry. Aimed at network cabling professionals who are 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.

From the 3667-03, you can choose which project you wish to do; Internal (unit 02), External Overhead (unit 03), or External underground (unit 04)


13

DAYS

3

CERTIFICATES

WEEKLY

RUNNING DATES

SN12 8BT

FIBREPLUS TRAINING CENTRE

1. Health & Safety

  • Risk Assessment and Method Statement
  • Hazards
  • Regulations

2. Understanding of Telecommunications Systems and Principles

  • SI Units and Symbols
  • Understanding of Basics Electricity
  • Transmission Characteristics
  • Cable Types and Choices
  • Fibre Optic Emitters and Detectors
  • Theoretical Knowledge of Cable Installation
  • Understanding of Systems
  • Understanding of European & International Standards
  • Cable Separation and Segregation

3. Introduction to Fibre Optics

  • Introduction
  • Safety
  • Optical Fibres

4. Installation

  • Fibre Types
  • Cable Types
  • Connectors
  • Optical Splitters & Couplers
  • Patch Panel & Distribution Boxes
  • Installation & Planning Considerations
  • Cable Installation and Preparation
  • Jointing of Fibre Optics
  • Splicing

5. Testing

  • Test Equipment and Correct Procedures
  • VFL
  • OTDR
  • ILM

6. Basic Design Concepts

  • Types of Communications Infrastructure
  • Network Classes
  • Network Infrastructure
  • Understanding of Standards

7. Basic Planning Concepts

  • Principles of Planning
  • Customer Needs and Engineering Scope of Works
  • Sources of Information
  • Preliminary Surveys
  • Detailed Surveys
  • UK 3rd Party Issues
  • Operator License and Legislative Requirements
  • Project Management Tools and Techniques

8. Design Concepts

  • Design Schematics
  • Installation and Planning Considerations
  • Network Infrastructure
  • Fibre Types
  • Cable Types
  • Patch Panel & Distribution Boxes

9. Planning Concepts

  • Costing
  • Plans and Records
  • Detailed Plans
  • Works Activities
  • Legislation & Regulations
  • Co-ordinate the Provision
  • Provisioning Options
  • Site Surveys

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  • "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.”
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  • Great trainers, friendly and knowledgeable with an ability to synthesise complex information into digestible chunks.
    Sarah.T
  • It's one of the best places I had a course at. Very nice friendly staff that took good care of me, as I was an overseas trainee for 3 weeks, that was in 2008. I took a second course again in 2010 for an advanced fiber optic measuring course, that I really enjoyed and learned a lot from.
    Lee. B
  • The 3667-02 is a great course for anyone wishing to learn Fibre optics. Wonderful staff.
    Derek
  • Would like to give a big thumbs up to Fibreplus. Really enjoyed the course and the staff were brilliant if you thinking of doing the course you wont be let down.
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