City & Guilds 3667-02 Copper Course

5 Days 

£945 ex VAT


City & Guilds 3667: Unit 4 Internal Copper Datacoms

Features of structured cabling and datacoms networks, network topologies

Development of cabling networks, computer systems, topologies, adoption of standards

Basic Electrical Theory
Voltage, current and resistance, measurements with multi-meters, SI units

Signalling on Network Cables
Analogue and digital, frequency and bit rate, electrical characteristics of data cables

Risk assessments, statutory requirements, rules for safe working, electrical safety

UTP, FTP, cat 5e, cat 6, cat 7, voice & shielded network cables, types and features

RJ45 connectors, cabinets and patch panels

Standards and Generic cabling
International & European installation and cabling standards, cable categories and classes (cat 5e, cat 6, cat 7, OFM, OFS)

Installation and Termination
Tools and techniques for termination of cabling ( car 5e, cat 6, voice)

Site Survey
Methods of carrying out a site survey

Voice cabling
Internal voice cable types, colour codes, termination methods, integration of voice over structured cabling

Test and certify data cables using Level 3 Testers, telephone circuit testing, fault finding on a cabling system (cat 5e, cat 6, voice)


Course Review 

Assessment of practical skills, plus an on-line, multiple choice test

Who Should Attend?

Installation technicians and supervisors of who will be installing structured cabling systems and voice cabling

Managers and engineers who require an introduction to theoretical and practical aspects of structured cabling

Test engineers who will be required to perform certification testing and structured cabling systems

Maintenance staff who will be required to perform routine maintenance or emergency fault finding and repair