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structured cabling - C&G 3666 Part 1 & 4

Discussion in 'Training & Development' started by billynw, Dec 26, 2008.

  1. billynw

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    Hi guys,

    Just wanted to know if any of you guys have done any training \ courses on structured cabling?

    Right a bit about myself.

    I'm an electrician by trade, Have done a HNC in PC technology, and done various aerial & satellite courses.

    I work in the A\V industry installing TV's, online gambling machines and that sort of good stuff in bookies across the UK.

    We use CAT 5 cable quite a bit in work for distributing video images, connecting the online machines up and for other devices in this industry.

    To be blunt I know how to put a RJ45 connector on & connect a CAT 5 module and that’s about it.
    So I would like learn a lot about this sort cabling and have been looking into the City & guilds 3666 part 1 & 4 course.
    In the future I would like to get in to in more detail A\V over CAT 5 & then IPTV.

    So if anyone on here could give my some info or advice on these sort of course & training center’s across the UK I would be very great full.

    Many thanks & hope you all have had a great Xmas.

    Billy
     
    Certifications: CISCO CCNA, CompTIA A+,N+. Windows 7 70-680,city and guilds 3666 copper & Fibre
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    I've done the Network+ and online research, coupled with on the job experience and using tools like the Validator to validate my work.

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    Did my Cat 5 ISO standard training with these people and the course was run over a day at a local electrical wholesaler (worth enquiring with whoever you use).
     
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