Courses - Milcom

Course Category: Telecommunication External

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$550.00

CCTV Installation

CCTV cameras play a significant role in ensuring the safety of premises. It is quite common for us to come across them at schools, colleges, shops, ATMs, banks, offices, factories, and homes. But it is not a simple task unless you undertake a CCTV installation course before getting into the…
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$1,800.00

FTTC course: NBN eNable Skills 1,2,3,5,16 and 9

This course is designed for telecommunication technicians who are looking to work on nbn Fibre to the curb(FTTC) network. After completing this course telecommunication workers achieve nbn enable skills 1,2 ,3, 5 and 16 (Skill 9 in Victoria Only). This course describes the skills and knowledge required to jumper metallic…
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$500.00

Combined Pit and Pipe and Cable Hauling

The growth of nbn Australia and other private operators has revolutionized the Cable hauling domain and cable hauling equipment industry. The demand for skilled professional workers who understand installing underground infrastructure and associated cabling is on the rise day by day. There will be a massive demand in the times…
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$450.00

Pit and pipe

This course is designed for participants to achieve the required performance outcomes‚ skills and knowledge to install telecommunication pits and conduits, including customer lead ins. Participants will also learn the remediation of existing damaged or undersize pits. It applies to technical staff who install underground infrastructure for new and upgraded…
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$600.00

Fibre Testing (NBN Skill 12)

Fibre Testing This Fibre Testing course is for those looking to obtain skills and knowledge required to work safely on a live optical fibre installation to test and commission a wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) system and to connect a splitter for fibre to the x (FTTx) deployment. It applies to…
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$1,050.00

Optical Fibre Hygiene and splicing (NBN Skill 9 & 13)

These units describes the skills and knowledge required to Inspect, clean, splice and terminate optical fibre cable within an optical telecommunications transmission environment for new installations or upgrades of an optical backbone or access network, to achieve greater bandwidth and capacity required by emerging technology convergence for next generation networks…
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