Short Courses

Aerial Cabling Endorsement

This course is designed for participants to achieve the required skills and knowledge to install aerial cable for customer and hybrid fibre coaxial (HFC) networks. Participants will practice using basic rigging procedures, methods and equipment for working safely at heights and get introduced to formal documentation requirements as applicable to outdoor installation relevant to domestic, commercial or industrial installations. Communications applications include digital and analogue, telephony, data, video, digital broadcasting, computer networks, local area networks (LAN), wide area networks (WAN) and multimedia. It is recommended that participants already hold the Open Registration Licence or have completed the Open Registration course before attending this course.


Aerial Cabling Endorsement Old

This course is designed for participants to achieve the required skills and knowledge to install aerial cable for customer and hybrid fibre coaxial (HFC) networks. Participants will practice using basic rigging procedures, methods and equipment for working safely at heights and get introduced to formal documentation requirements as applicable to outdoor installation relevant to domestic, commercial or industrial installations. Communications applications include digital and analogue, telephony, data, video, digital broadcasting, computer networks, local area networks (LAN), wide area networks (WAN) and multimedia. It is recommended that participants already hold the Open Registration Licence or have completed the Open Registration course before attending this course.

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Alarm Installation

This course is designed to provide you with the skills and knowledge required to install a basic alarm system from the sensors through to the alarm panel and control pad. You will also learn to install and maintain complex alarm systems including back to base monitoring. Alarm installation is a regulated activity in some Australian States and Territories. To find out about your licensing/regulatory requirements, please contact your Work Health and Safety Regulatory Authority at National or State/Territory level, or check on the Australian Security Industry Association (ASIAL)'s website.


Basic Cable Jointing (Meets Telstra Standards)

This course is designed to provide you with the necessary skills and knowledge to undertake basic cable jointing to Telstra specifications, including jointing small size (up to 200 pair) non-working cables. This course is considered the entry level for those wanting to advance to large size cable jointing (advanced cable jointing /jointing >400 pair). We also offer the advanced version of this course. 

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Cable Hauling

This course is designed for participants to achieve the required performance outcomes‚ skills and knowledge to haul underground cable, involving installation and recovery of cables, including multi-pair, coaxial and optical fibre in access networks or customer premises, in line with current Telstra standards.


Cable Hauling (Meet Telstra Standards) Old

This course is designed for participants to achieve the required performance outcomes, skills and knowledge to haul underground cable, involving installation and recovery of cables, including multi-pair, coaxial and optical fibre in access networks or customer premises, in line with current Telstra standards.

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Cable Jointer - Copper (meets NBN requirements)

Cable Jointer – Copper: Joints, terminates and repairs copper telecommunications cables installed in underground conduits, trenches and overhead systems (external plant). This includes jointing and joint rehabilitation of <=200 pair cables, migration of existing service and removal of basic pair gains systems, pillar upgrade including remediation and augmentation, removal of bridge taps and transfers of copper pair (pillar to joint). This skill set addresses the skills and knowledge required to joint copper telecommunications cable. Each unit of competency includes relevant work, health and safety awareness training. Other health, safety and environment requirements, relevant to the role specified in this skill set, may be stipulated as part of workplace requirements.

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Cable Jointer - Copper (meets NBN requirements)

Cable Jointer – Copper: Joints, terminates and repairs copper telecommunications cables installed in underground conduits, trenches and overhead systems (external plant). This includes jointing and joint rehabilitation of <=200 pair cables, migration of existing service and removal of basic pair gains systems, pillar upgrade including remediation and augmentation, removal of bridge taps and transfers of copper pair (pillar to joint). This skill set addresses the skills and knowledge required to joint copper telecommunications cable. Each unit of competency includes relevant work, health and safety awareness training. Other health, safety and environment requirements, relevant to the role specified in this skill set, may be stipulated as part of workplace requirements.

Once complete the student can gain accreditation on NBN’s enable for skills 2,3,4,5,6,7


CCTV Installer Course

This CCTV installation course is designed to provide you with the skills and knowledge required to install and commission Closed Circuit TV systems from the cameras to the image processors and recorders. This kind of security system installation work is a regulated activity in some Australian States and Territories. To find out about your licensing/regulatory requirements, please contact your Work Health and Safety Regulatory Authority at National or State/Territory level, or check on the Australian Security Industry Association (ASIAL)'s website. 


Coaxial Cabling Endorsement

This course is designed for you to achieve the required skills and knowledge to competently install‚ terminate and test coaxial cabling on customer premises. This includes work in communications applications, digital and analog, telephony, data and video, digital broadcasting, computer networks, local area networks (LAN), wide area networks (WAN) and multimedia. Completion of this course will allow you to apply for the Coaxial Cabling Endorsement on their Open Registration Licence. This Endorsement covers work with Coaxial Cabling on domestic or commercial premises. It is recommended that you already hold the Open Registration Licence or have completed the Open Registration course before attending this course. 


Coaxial Cabling Endorsement

Units of Competency from 19th June 2017

  • ICTCBL303 Install and terminate coaxial cable*

Course Description

This course is designed for you to achieve the required skills and knowledge to competently install, terminate and test coaxial cabling on customer premises. This includes work in communications applications, digital and analog, telephony, data and video, digital broadcasting, computer networks, local area networks (LAN), wide area networks (WAN) and multimedia. Completion of this course will allow you to apply for the Coaxial Cabling Endorsement on their Open Registration Licence. This Endorsement covers work with Coaxial Cabling on domestic or commercial premises. It is recommended that you already hold the Open Registration Licence or have completed the Open Registration course before attending this course. 

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Combined Pack: IP & Fault Finding


Combined Endorsement Pack


Combined Pit & Pipe and Cable Hauling Pack

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 and haul underground cable, involving installation and recovery of cables, including multi-pair, coaxial and optical fibre in access networks or customer premises, in line with current Telstra standards.. Participants will also learn the remediation of existing damaged or undersize pits. Note: This course does not include certification for asbestos removal.
  1. Cable Hauling
  2. Pit & Pipe
 

Copper - nbn Direct Assessment


CPR

This CPR course is designed to update your skills and knowledge required to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation in line with the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) Guidelines. It is suited for all people who may be required to provide this form of first aid response in a range of situations, this may be in community volunteering or workplace settings. Please note that some job roles and industries require a valid First Aid Certificate as part of licensing or job requirements. This course only covers the CPR part of First Aid. It is recommended that you should complete a CPR refresher course every year. To find out about your licensing/regulatory requirements, please contact your employer or the Work Health and Safety Regulatory Authority at National or State/Territory level.


CPR Refresher

This CPR Refresher course is designed to update your skills and knowledge required to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in line with the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) Guidelines. It is suited for all people who may be required to provide CPR in a range of situations, this may be in community volunteering or workplace settings. Please note that some job roles and industries require a valid First Aid Certificate as part of licensing or job requirements. Usually, the renewal period is every three years. This CPR refresher course is recommended to be completed every year. To find out about your licensing/regulatory requirements, please contact your Work Health and Safety Regulatory Authority at National or State/Territory level. 


eLearn Follow work health and safety and environmental policy and procedures

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to follow safe working practices and environmental policy in the management of a telecommunications workplace. It applies to telecommunications staff working under supervision in a technical environment and includes school based workers, entry-level workers, trainees and apprentices, and field officers deploying broadband access networks using optical technologies and other work on live systems.

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eLearn Open Registration Practical and Assessment

This blended learning course is suitable for you if you already have limited experience in cabling and wish to obtain their open registration. The Open Registration covers telephony cabling including Telecommunications, Security Systems, and Fire Protection. For work with Structured Cabling (Cat 5 and above), Coaxial Cabling, or Optical Fibre, participants would need to complete the relevant Cabling Provider Rules (CPR) endorsements on the licence through further training and assessment.

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Device compatibility of e-learning content.
  • All Apple devices running iOS are known to not play e-learning content available for this e-learning module 
  • All Apple desktop and laptop devices running OSX are known to not play e-learning content available for this e-learning module (additional software maybe required)
  • Other devices(apart from listed above) may require additional software to play the content.

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Flash   
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eLearn Use electrical skills in telecommunications work

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required for an entry- level worker to use electrical skills, working with analog and digital, cabling and wireless networking in telecommunications.
It applies to individuals who undertake basic testing, circuit building, and evaluation of cable and wireless devices, and who may work in domestic, commercial or industrial situations.

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Fault Finding on Customer Access Network (CAN)

Course Description

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to use systematic and logical fault-finding techniques according to all safety requirements and work practices.
It applies to individuals working as cablers and technicians who install and maintain a broad range of telecommunications networks.
 
 

Fault Finding on Customer Premises

Course Description

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to use systematic and logical fault-finding techniques according to all safety requirements and work practices.
It applies to individuals working as cablers and technicians who install and maintain a broad range of telecommunications networks.
This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to locate and identify cable system faults in communications cables at enterprise and client premises sites. The cable types may be telecommunications digital, voice, data and active format description (AFD) in digital TV cabling. 
It applies to technical staff who are required to locate and rectify communications cable system faults, including local area networks (LAN) and wide area networks (WAN), master antenna television (MATV), cable television (CATV), closed-circuit television (CCTV), digital video broadcasting – terrestrial (DVB-T), digital video broadcasting – satellite (DVB-S), security alarm systems, fire systems, voice over internet protocol (VoIP) networks and radio communications.
Their roles could include carrying out installation, maintenance and cable upgrades including structured cabling, fibre cabling, coaxial cabling and cable termination equipment.

Fibre- nbn Direct Assessment


First Aid + CPR

This course is designed to provide you with the skills and knowledge required to provide first aid to a casualty. It is suited for all people who may be required to provide first response in a range of situations, this may be in community volunteering or workplace settings. Please note that some job roles and industries require a valid First Aid Certificate as part of licensing or job requirements. Usually, the renewal period is every three years, with refresher courses such as CPR recommended every year. To find out about your licensing/regulatory requirements, please contact your Work Health and Safety Regulatory Authority at National or State/Territory level. 


Follow work health and safety and environmental policy and procedures

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to follow safe working practices and environmental policy in the management of a telecommunications workplace. It applies to telecommunications staff working under supervision in a technical environment and includes school based workers, entry-level workers, trainees and apprentices, and field officers deploying broadband access networks using optical technologies and other work on live systems.


HFC - nbn Direct Assessment


Install & Test Telecommunications Network Equipment & IP Devices in Convergence networks

This course describes the skills and knowledge required to effectively install and test telecommunications network equipment and the skills and knowledge required for entry-level installations and testing for internet protocol (IP) based telecommunications networking, using convergent technologies to deliver services of Next Generation Networks (NGN) It includes processes for checking plans, obtaining equipment, and handling equipment and supplies.

It applies to field officers, technicians or technical supervisors employed by carriers, contractors or other service providers, who install new, or replace old, switching, transmission and radio networks and various transmission paths – including cable, optical fibre, radio, microwave and satellite telecommunications equipment and to technicians and cable installers who install and maintain IP-based equipment for customer and service providers for NGN services, including internet protocol TV (IPTV), IP security, digital home networks, IP-based cable access TV (CATV), IP core and access networks, home automation, interactive TV, radio frequency identification (RFID), biometric recognition systems, mesh networks, smart grids and cloud computing.

Installation and Maintenance (Advanced)(Meets Telstra Standards)

This advanced installation and maintenance course is designed for you to achieve the required skills and knowledge to test the performance of equipment on customer premises for the purpose of commissioning, fault identification or routine maintenance, in line with current Telstra standards. It includes ensuring a safe and secure work environment while work is being undertaken. The cable types may be telecommunications, voice or data cabling and covers modifying an infrastructure to cut over new cables into an existing cabling installation. This may include communications applications in telephony, broadband, data, video, radio frequency identification (RFID), security and computer networks, including local area networks (LAN), wide area networks group based on details provided in a service request. It involves identifying requirements and translating them into quantitative changes to network transmission and access systems. Note: Prior to attending this course, you need to have successfully completed MILCOM's CAN-27 Installation & Maintenance Basic course or show evidence you have previously achieved the following units of competency: ICTCBL2068A Install a telecommunications service to a building; ICTCBL2135A Joint metallic conductor cable in access network; and ICTCBL2016A Joint metallic conductor cable on customer premises.

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Installation and Maintenance (Basic)(Meets Telstra Standards)

This course is designed for participants to achieve the required skills and knowledge to carry out cable fault repair (using electronic fault location instruments) and telephone service installation in the Telstra network. It includes joint metallic conductor cable in Telstra underground pits and jointing or above-ground enclosures, installation of cross connections (jumper wire) in Telstra exchanges, pillars and cabinets, and work on the Telstra side of customer main distribution frames. Note: Prior to attending this course, learners must have completed the Telstra Network Site Induction and hold the Restricted or Open Registration Licence, in line with current Telstra standards.

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Installation and Maintenance (Basic)(Meets Telstra Standards)

This course is designed for participants to achieve the required skills and knowledge to carry out cable fault repair (using electronic fault location instruments) and telephone service installation in the Telstra network. It includes joint metallic conductor cable in Telstra underground pits and jointing or above-ground enclosures‚ installation of cross connections (jumper wire) in Telstra exchanges, pillars and cabinets, and work on the Telstra side of customer main distribution frames.

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KNX Basic Accreditation Training

KNX is an international building control standard that is used to put the intelligence into intelligent buildings. It enables the integration and programming of a range of products from a range of manufacturers using a single software tool. KNX products are all thoroughly tested for compliance ensuring they operate seamlessly together on a single, simple network. 

Who supports KNX? 
There are over 388 manufacturers, 48033 partners, 118 scientific partners as well as user clubs, national groups and test labs over some 136 countries, that is why KNX is becoming the automation technology of choice. 

NBN Enable Skill 23 & 24 FTTC courses

Skill 23Premises lead-in identification and validation (FTTC)

 

Pre-requisite Requirements

 

·       Skill 4 Performing copper cut ins to mains cable - ICTCBL317 Cut over metallic conductor cable in the access network

·       Skill 5 Copper fault finding - ICTTEN303 Locate, identify and rectify recurrent network faults

·       Successful completion of Skill 23 online training module for accreditation

 

 

Skill 24Perform copper intercept (FTTC)

 

Pre-requisite Requirements

 

·       Skill 2 Installing underground copper joint enclosure - ICTCBL215 Joint Metallic Conductor Cable in the Access Network

·       Skill 5 Copper fault finding - ICTTEN303 Locate, identify and rectify recurrent network faults

·       Successful completion of Skill 24 online training module for accreditation

Duration:  1 day

 

 


NBN Skill 9 & 22 - DPU installation, integration and swap-out (FTTC-Construction)

The course is designed for copper cable jointers and fibre optic jointers and contractor communications technicians seeking to perform DPU integration work on the NBN FTTC network.
 
Description 
This course covers the processes and activities required to perform DPU integration work and handling fibre optics, with the assumption that students may not have been exposed to working with fibre previously. It also covers fibre inspection & cleaning, optical testing and the processes to install, swap-out and commission the DPU.


Open Registration

Prerequisite units

The following prerequisite units MUST be completed prior to commencing any open registration course from 10th July 2017.

ICTWHS204 - Follow work health and safety and environmental policy and procedures
      &
ICTTEN201 - Use electrical skills in telecommunications work.

Units of Competency from 10th July 2017

  • ICTCBL236 Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Restricted Rule*
  • ICTCMP202 Perform restricted customer premises broadband cabling work: ACMA Restricted Rule*
  • ICTCBL237 Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Open Rule*

Course Description

This course is for those looking to obtain the Open Registration. This is the best starting point for work within the Telecommunications Industry (on either the Customer Premises or Carrier Network). Once obtained, the Open Registration Licence covers various aspects of customer premises cabling, such as Telecommunications, Security Systems, and Fire Protection. After completion of this course, learners will receive a statement of attainment which is used to apply for an Open Registration (previously known as the Austel Licence). Learners will also need to undertake supervised work experience on relevant cabling in order to gain the Open Registration. For details regarding the application requirements for obtaining an Open Registration, please contact ACMA or one of ACMA’s approved registrars. Since 1st July 2012, the Open Registration only covers telephony cabling, therefore in order to work with Structured Cabling (Cat 5 and above), Coaxial Cabling, or Optical Fibre, workers will need to gain endorsements on the open registration licence through further training.

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Open Registration incl. Pre-requisites (face to face) - 6 days

(Special Offer for $ 750.00)

Units of Competency

For successful completion of this course, learner needs to complete and demonstrate competency in four units of competency:

  • ICTWHS204 Follow work health and safety and environmental policy and procedures  
  • ICTTEN201 Use electrical skills in telecommunications work  
  • ICTCBL236 Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Restricted Rule*
  • ICTCBL237 Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Open Rule*

*These units have Pre-requisite units, Learner will be competent in ICTCBL236 and ICTCBL237 only after sucessful completion of ICTWHS204 and ICTTEN201.

Course Description

This course is for those looking to obtain the Open Registration. This is the best starting point for work within the Telecommunications Industry (on either the Customer Premises or Carrier Network). Once obtained, the Open Registration Licence covers various aspects of customer premises cabling, such as Telecommunications, Security Systems, and Fire Protection.
Following completion of this course, learners will receive a statement of attainment which is used to apply for an Open Registration (previously known as the Austel Licence). Learners will also need to undertake supervised work experience on relevant cabling in order to gain the Open Registration.
For details regarding the application requirements for obtaining an Open Registration, please contact ACMA or one of ACMA’s approved registrars. Since 1st July 2012, the Open Registration only covers telephony cabling, therefore in order to work with Structured Cabling (Cat 5 and above), Coaxial Cabling, or Optical Fibre, workers will need to gain endorsements on the open registration licence through further training.
Before applying for the Open registration, the learner will need to provide the evidence of having completed 360 hours of practical Cabling work.

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Open Registration Package

Course Cost

$800.00

Package deals

Package deal includes
  • Open Registration
  • eLearn Follow work health and safety and environmental policy and procedures
  • eLearn Use electrical skills in telecommunications work

Package Cost

$900.00
To book package deal please call 1300 369 320

Prerequisite units

The following prerequisite units MUST be completed prior to commencing any open registration course from 10th July 2017.

ICTWHS204 - Follow work health and safety and environmental policy and procedures
      &
ICTTEN201 - Use electrical skills in telecommunications work.

Units of Competency from 10th July 2017

  • ICTCBL236 Install‚ maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Restricted Rule*
  • ICTCMP202 Perform restricted customer premises broadband cabling work: ACMA Restricted Rule*
  • ICTCBL237 Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Open Rule*

Course Description

This course is for those looking to obtain the Open Registration. This is the best starting point for work within the Telecommunications Industry (on either the Customer Premises or Carrier Network). Once obtained, the Open Registration Licence covers various aspects of customer premises cabling, such as Telecommunications, Security Systems, and Fire Protection. After completion of this course, learners will receive a statement of attainment which is used to apply for an Open Registration (previously known as the Austel Licence). Learners will also need to undertake supervised work experience on relevant cabling in order to gain the Open Registration. For details regarding the application requirements for obtaining an Open Registration, please contact ACMA or one of ACMA’s approved registrars. Since 1st July 2012, the Open Registration only covers telephony cabling, therefore in order to work with Structured Cabling (Cat 5 and above), Coaxial Cabling, or Optical Fibre, workers will need to gain endorsements on the open registration licence through further training.

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Open Registration with Online Pre-requisites - 5 days

(Special Offer for $ 799.00)

Units of Competency

For successful completion of this course, learner needs to complete and demonstrate competency in two units of competency:

  • ICTCBL236 Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Restricted Rule*
  • ICTCBL237 Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Open Rule*

*These units have Pre-requisite units.

The learner can undertake this course of Open Registration [2 units (ICTCBL236, ICTCBL237) mentioned above] ONLY after successfully completing the following two Pre-requisite Units prior to the commencement of the Open Registration Course:
  • ICTWHS204 Follow work health and safety and environmental policy and procedures  *
  • ICTTEN201 Use electrical skills in telecommunications work*

* Student must successfully complete the online module prior to commencement of 5 days face to face training sessions.

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Course Description

This course is for those looking to obtain the Open Registration. This is the best starting point for work within the Telecommunications Industry (on either the Customer Premises or Carrier Network). Once obtained, the Open Registration Licence covers various aspects of customer premises cabling, such as Telecommunications, Security Systems, and Fire Protection.
Following completion of this course, learners will receive a statement of attainment which is used to apply for an Open Registration (previously known as the Austel Licence). Learners will also need to undertake supervised work experience on relevant cabling in order to gain the Open Registration.
For details regarding the application requirements for obtaining an Open Registration, please contact ACMA or one of ACMA’s approved registrars. Since 1st July 2012, the Open Registration only covers telephony cabling, therefore in order to work with Structured Cabling (Cat 5 and above), Coaxial Cabling, or Optical Fibre, workers will need to gain endorsements on the open registration licence through further training.
Before applying for the Open registration, the learner will need to provide the evidence of having completed 360 hours of practical Cabling work.

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Optical Fibre Cabling

This course is designed for participants to achieve the required skills and knowledge to competently conduct optical fibre cabling. Participants in this course will be able to identify the different forms of fibre optic cable‚ gain an understanding of the propagation of light through the fibre and understand the various connection and splicing methods of optical fibre and where they are used in installations throughout the industry. Completion of this course will allow learners to apply for the Optical Fibre Internal Cabling Endorsement on their Open Registration Licence. This Endorsement covers work with optical fibre on domestic or commercial premises. It is recommended that participants already hold the Open Registration Licence or have completed the Open Registration course before attending this course.


Optical Fibre Cabling (CPRs Endorsement)

Units of Competency from 19th June 2017

  • ICTCBL302 Install and terminate optical fibre cable on customer premises*

Course Description

This course is designed for participants to achieve the required skills and knowledge to competently conduct optical fibre cabling. Participants in this course will be able to identify the different forms of fibre optic cable, gain an understanding of the propagation of light through the fibre and understand the various connection and splicing methods of optical fibre and where they are used in installations throughout the industry. Completion of this course will allow learners to apply for the Optical Fibre Internal Cabling Endorsement on their Open Registration Licence. This Endorsement covers work with optical fibre on domestic or commercial premises. It is recommended that participants already hold the Open Registration Licence or have completed the Open Registration course before attending this course.

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Pit & 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. Note: This course does not include certification for asbestos removal.


Power Awareness - 2 day training

This power awareness course is designed for you to achieve the necessary skills and knowledge to safely work near 'live' electrical lines and equipment while running or maintaining communication cables on electricity supply structures. Note: Telecommunication assets have co-existed on the overhead electricity network for many years. A typical example are above-ground telephone cables in areas where the installation of underground cables was not practical or economical at the time. In more recent years, Pay-TV cables have been added. With the current role-out of the National Broadband Network (NBN), Network Operators have established training requirements as an element of safe work systems for employees working in the installation of telecommunication cables for both NBN and existing telecommunication assets.

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Power Awareness + Work Safely at Heights - 3 Days

This course is designed for participants to achieve the necessary skills and knowledge to safely work in the vicinity of live electrical apparatus while running or maintaining communication cables on electricity supply structures. Note: Telecommunication assets have co-existed on the overhead electricity network for many years, a typical example being above ground telephone cables installed in areas where the installation of underground cables was not practical or economical at the time. In more recent years pay television cables have been installed. With the role out of the National Broadband Network (NBN), the Network Operators have established a common set of training requirements and as an element of safe work systems for employees engaged in the installation of telecommunication cables for both NBN and existing telecommunication assets


Power Awareness Refresher Course

This is a follow-on course [Refresher Course] for the Initial Power Awareness course. It is aimed at people who are required to work in the vicinity of live electrical apparatus while running or maintaining communications cables on electricity supply industry structures.


This course will give you the knowledge and skills required to safely and effectively climb and work aloft, work in the vicinity of live conductors and apparatus, and work on conductive structures.

Condition/Course requirement:
Student must hold and submit to Milcom his/her Statement of attainment having current competency for units of competencies mentioned under heading "content".  Existing competencies should be valid as on date of  attending power awareness refresher course and not expired. If the existing competencies have expired student is not eligible to attend Power Awareness Refresher Course.


Splice and terminate optical fibre cable for carriers and service providers

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to 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 (NGN).

It applies to technical staff who splice and terminate optical fibre cable for telecommunications projects for commercial or industrial fibre to the premises (FTTP) non-mechanical splicing installations.

All client cabling work in the telecommunications, fire, security and data industries must be performed by a registered cabler. All cablers are required to register with an Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) accredited registrar.


Structured Cabling (Cat 5, 6 and Beyond - CPR Endorsement)

Units of Competency from 19th June 2017

  • ICTCBL301 Install, terminate and certify structured cabling installation*

Course Description

This course is designed for participants to achieve the required skills and knowledge to competently cable integrated voice and data systems to the Australian Standard AS/NZS 3080:2013 Information Technology – Generic cabling for customer premises to meet client communication needs in a commercial environment. Completion of this course will allow learners to apply for the Structured Cabling Endorsement on your Open Registration Licence. This Endorsement covers work with CAT 5 (and above) on domestic or commercial premises. It is recommended that participants already hold the Open Registration Licence or have completed the Open Registration course before attending this course.

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Structured Cabling (Cat 5, 6 and Beyond - CPRs Endorsement)

This course is designed for participants to achieve the required skills and knowledge to competently cable integrated voice and data systems to the Australian Standard AS/NZS 3080:2013 Information Technology – Generic cabling for customer premises to meet client communication needs in a commercial environment. Completion of this course will allow learners to apply for the Structured Cabling Endorsement on your Open Registration Licence. This Endorsement covers work with CAT 5 (and above) on domestic or commercial premises. It is recommended that participants already hold the Open Registration Licence or have completed the Open Registration course before attending this course.


Supervise work site Activities

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to supervise small-scale projects with a limited range of technical skills.

It applies to individuals who may be involved in assessing installation requirements, planning and performing installations, testing installed equipment and fault finding. It involves a degree of autonomy and may include limited supervision of others.

Telecommunications Customer Service Technician - HFC

Telecommunications Customer Service Technician – HFC: Works to install, activate and assure from the last connection point of the network to the customer premises (tap to NTD).


Telecommunications Fibre Splicer


 


Telecommunications Linesworker - Copper

Telecommunications Linesworker - Copper: Works primarily on basic cable installs, monitoring and replacements including lead ins and terminations in the access network. Completes underground work including pit and pipe work installation, rodding and roping and cable hauling, installation of enclosures, conduits and earthing systems. May also complete jumpering and basic connectivity testing.


Telecommunications Lineworker-HFC

This skill set addresses the skills and knowledge required for TAP down installation of hybrid fibre coaxial (HFC) cable. Each unit of competency includes relevant work, health and safety awareness training. Other health, safety and environment requirements, relevant to the role specified in this skill set, may be stipulated as part of workplace requirements.


Telecommunications Technician – HFC (meets NBN requirements)

Telecommunications Technician – HFC: Works predominantly from the tap up to the optical node (aerial and underground) within the HFC/Outside Plant network, but can also work tap down. Interprets and understands technical design drawings and specifications. Prepares, terminates and connects local distribution (hardline) cabling and lead-in. Organises and monitors cabling to ensure compliance with standards. Performs cut overs to new systems and equipment. Performs radio frequency measurements, including commissioning, testing, locating and rectifying complex faults.
This role is a MIMA specific construction role.


Test Course - Not in USE

Units of Competency from 19th June 2017

  • ICTCBL301 Install, terminate and certify structured cabling installation*

Course Description

This course is designed for participants to achieve the required skills and knowledge to competently cable integrated voice and data systems to the Australian Standard AS/NZS 3080:2013 Information Technology – Generic cabling for customer premises to meet client communication needs in a commercial environment. Completion of this course will allow learners to apply for the Structured Cabling Endorsement on your Open Registration Licence. This Endorsement covers work with CAT 5 (and above) on domestic or commercial premises. It is recommended that participants already hold the Open Registration Licence or have completed the Open Registration course before attending this course.

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Underground Cabling Endorsement

This course is designed for participants to achieve the required skills and knowledge to competently install new underground cables or to upgrade existing telecommunications infrastructure (remediation). Communications applications include digital and analogue, telephony, data, video, digital broadcasting, computer networks, local area networks (LAN), wide area networks (WAN) and multimedia. Participants will also cover formal documentation requirements, such as accurate completion of a telecommunications cabling advice (TCA) form (TCA1 form) and cable records. This course combines MILCOM’s CAN-01 Cable Hauling and CAN-02 Pit & Pipe courses.

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Use Electrical Skills in Telecommunications Work

This course is designed for participants to achieve the required skills and knowledge to undertake basic testing, fault-finding, circuit building and evaluation of cable and wireless devices for application in domestic, commercial and industrial settings. Learners will develop skills to interpret technical data and documentation such as telecommunications network specifications, perform mathematical problem solving skills, apply risk management and safety procedures according to industry standards. It is recommended that participants already hold the Open Registration Licence or have completed the Open Registration course before attending this course.

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Use electrical skills in telecommunications work

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required for an entry- level worker to use electrical skills, working with analog and digital, cabling and wireless networking in telecommunications.
It applies to individuals who undertake basic testing, circuit building, and evaluation of cable and wireless devices, and who may work in domestic, commercial or industrial situations.


Work safely at heights

This unit describes a participant’s skills and knowledge required to work safety at heights in the Resources and Infrastructure Industries. This unit is appropriate for those working in operational roles where they are required to perform working at heights.