City & Guilds 3667-03 Fibre Optic Installation and Design & Planning

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Fibre Optics Design

£2145exc. VAT (w. VAT: £2574)

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. Along with the planning you will also learn the basics in fibre optics on The City & Guilds 3667-02 Awards in Communications Cabling are suitable for those interested in becoming fibre cabling installers or those currently doing the job and seeking certification.The qualification covers the basic principles of Telecommunications, Internal & External Fibre Optic Installation.

Along with the above you also gain the CFOT certification this has been structured as a general technology certification, not aligned to any specific job function. It is used by all installers, both outside plant and premises installers, two very different applications, plus component manufacturing technicians, network managers, network designers, etc.

FOA CFOS certification is based on an extensive knowledge of fibre optics technology and application as well as demonstrated skills in appropriate tasks. This is a specialist certification covering cabling design, planning and documentation, which includes both outside plant & premise networks.


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)


15

DAYS

5

CERTIFICATES

WEEKLY

RUNNING DATES

SN12 8BT

FIBREPLUS TRAINING CENTRE

1. Health & Safety

  • > Risk Asessment 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 (Optional)

  • > 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 (Optional)

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

9. Planning Concepts (Optional)

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

10. Introduction

  • > Fibre Optic Terms
  • > Metric System
  • > Fibre Optic Communication Systems

11. Health & Safety

  • > Personal safety
  • > Material disposal
  • > Standards and regulations

12. Fibre Types

  • > Multi/Single mode for internal installations
  • > Type of optical fibre
  • > Attenuation
  • > Dispersion

13. Cable Types

  • > Cable types, use and construction
  • > Loose Tube, & Tight Buffered

14. Connectors

  • > Connectors basics and types
  • > Termination processes

15. Optical Splitters & Couplers

  • > WDM
  • > DWDM
  • > CWDM

16. Splicing

  • > Splicing processes
  • > Trouble shooting
  • > Splicing parameters

17. Installation & Planning Considerations

  • > Loss budgets
  • > Choosing components
  • > Documentation

18. Test Equipment & Correct Procedures

  • > Using the VLS
  • > Setting up ILM Kit and referencing
  • > Light Source & Power Meter (ILM) Testing
  • > Understanding all Test equipment
  • > Understanding OTDR features and principles
  • > Event types i.e. Reflective and Non-Reflective
  • > Macro & Micro Bending explained
  • > Correct Fault Locating Principles
  • > Test Leads, Launch & Tail Leads
  • > OTDR Trace Analysis & Bi-Directional trace interpretation
  • > OTDR capability and limitation explained

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