5 day - Communications Cabling - Data & Fibre (City & Guilds 3667)
A mixture of theory and practical sessions.
Theory covers Introduction to Fibre
Basic Principles Health & Safety Connectors,
Cables, Fibre Cleaving and Cleaning Fusion Splicing Practical
Stripping Cables Fusion Splicing LS, PM,
1 day - CAT & Genny
What is covered in the CAT & Genny course?
The tutor splits the course up into a practical and theory session. The tutor will deliver the theory element in a classroom in which they will cover a range of PowerPoints, case studies and assignments.
Delegates will have to demonstrate their ability to locate underground services in the practical element of the course. They will have to locate various types of buried services and follow industry best practice. Delegates will also have to show knowledge of current legislation and their ability to follow street plans and observation evidence.
By the end of the course the delegate will be able to:
- Work in line with guidance from HSG 47 for Avoiding Danger from Underground Services
- Safely use of a cable detector/pipe detector
- Identify and read Gas/Electricity/Water/Telecom service plans
- Identify damaged and undamaged underground services using a ground-penetrating radar
- Understand utility services
- Locate services using the cable avoidance tools
- Complete plans showing the services you have detected
- Show knowledge of the required PPE
1 day - NRSWA Signing, Lighting & Guarding
Operatives (Unit 2) for people who work in the utilities and construction industries
The NRSWA Signing, Lighting and Guarding course is designed to educate delegates on how to set out signs, cones, barriers and traffic lights on a new road and street works site.
The course will cover the following subjects:
• Safety of workers and the general public when carrying out street works
• Maintaining the free movement of the pedestrians and traffic whilst working
• Complying with the restrictions of work
• Safe working practices
• The layout of barriers, warning notices, lamps, signs etc.
• Special measures – road closure, traffic diversion, portable lights
• Operating and positioning portable traffic lights and equipment.
The course contains both theory and practical elements. The tutor delivers the theory element in a classroom but the course is mostly practical based. The tutor will assess your ability to conduct practical exercises effectively.