Structured Cabling Architecture

Overview:

Structured cabling systems are the common pathways that allow voice and data to flow seamlessly between users within both WANs & LANs. This course provides entry level information for technicians/ engineers in the basic architecture of a structured cabling system. It describes the different types of cabling media available, their uses and evolution from simple voice system cabling to modern high speed data networks. Participants will be introduced to the international standards and codes used throughout these systems and will gain an understanding of implementation practices and tooling.

The course includes a comprehensive theory session, followed by a practical activities that will allow delegates to gain an understanding of structured cabling systems and installation techniques.

This course requires no previous knowledge of structured cabling and aims to provide each delegate with adequate knowledge, confidence and practical experience for the future supervision and assessment of system installations.

Target audince:
Personnel from either telecommunications or electrical engineering background

Duration: 3 days
Mode: One day theory session and two days
comprehensive practical session.

Prerequisites: Telecommunication skills

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