Optical Fibre Splicing - Telstra Accredited (Supports NBN Fibre Network Project) 5 Days
- Course Code
- Course Type
- Short Course; Accredited Course
- Course Level
- Skills Building
- Unit Code
- ICTCBL2065A - Splice and terminate optical fibre cable for carriers and service providers (Incorporates ICTCBL3010A)
- Course Location
- Course Duration
Full Time: 5 days
- Course Cost
- 8.00am - 4.00pm
Phone: 1300 309 966
Fax: 1300 094 661
Post: PO Box 3279, GMC 3841
This course provides training for the telecommunications carrier industry where subcontract installers are required to carry out testing, commissioning and fault finding on singlemode optical fibre/cables. This training course also meets the training requirements for all other carrier providers.
The course primarily focuses on the installation practices of testing/commissioning and fault finding on Telstra’s optical fibre cable core/access network infrastructures. The course consists of:
- Optical fibre principles and characteristics
- Optical fibre/cable characteristics and specifications
- Optical fibre devices (lasers, LEDs and detectors)
- Occupational Health and Safety issues
- Optical fibre cable terminations
- Rack/subracks, closures, wall mounts
- Optical fibre fusion splicing
- Testing and commissioning of optical fibre links
- Labelling and formatting of test results
- Fault finding techniques and devices
Qualifications And RecognitionUpon completion of this course, students will be issued with a Statement of Attainment.
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Employment ProspectsPotential optical fibre work within NBN project.
- No entry requirement for this course, however it is recommended that participants have ICTCBL2136A and ICTCBL2137A (Open Registration Licence)
- ICTCBL3010A* – Must meet pre-requisites in order to register this Unit as an Endorsement to ACMA Cabling Licence with Cabling Registrar.
*All customer 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. (See pre-requisites).
- ICTCBL2137A – Install, maintain and modify customer premises communication cabling – ACMA open rule
How To ApplyDirect to Institute
AssessmentAssessment is competency-based for each unit. It includes:
- Practical assessment (observation/demonstration) in a simulated environment
- Written assessments
- RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning) for suitable applicants
Opportunities For Further Study
These units are part of the Certificate III in Telecommunications (Cabling)
Can prospective students enrol in individual units?Yes.