IP Networking Installer Trainee Bundle

Course Overview

This training bundle is comprised of three individual practical training courses: Practical IP and Networking BTEC Level 3, Designing Networks for Security BTEC Level 4, and Fibre Optic Installation BTEC Level 3. It has been created for those with little or no experience in IP Networking who may wish to develop a more detailed understanding of how this aspect of technical security works in relation to their role.

Learners will attend three separate practical workshop training programmes in either our Hampshire or Shipley Training Centres, (depending on availability, see dates below). Upon successful completion of each programme, learners will receive three formal BTEC certificates as well as 24 CPD points.

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Who will benefit?

This bundle will benefit a range of organisations and businesses who need to train their engineers from the ‘ground-up’ to high industry standards. These training bundles provide a great alternative to hiring externally and supports the development of you and your employees.

Whether someone is new to the industry and needs to be trained ‘on the tools’ before going to a job, or perhaps looking to brush up on the key aspects of IP Networking installation, system design, and fibre optics, this installer training bundle is ideal.

£2450 ex. VAT

120 hours | 3 Practical Workshops

3 BTEC Certificates

Accommodation with dinner, bed & breakfast can be included for an additional cost of £90 per person, per night + VAT. Bed & Breakfast is £70 per person per night + VAT. Please make a note on your booking form if you wish to add this option.

1) Practical IP and Networking

  • Basic theory of TCP/IP and UDP
  • Migration from analogue to digital
  • Subnet masking – a practical view
  • Internet Security and firewalls
  • Wireless technologies
  • Protocols and their operational status
  • Physical connections – coax UTP, cable and fibre
  • Compression techniques explained
  • Quality of service
  • TCP, header, ports and windows
  • Setting up IP cameras, domes and codecs
  • RIP and OSPF technology explained
  • Using VBR and CBR
  • Network management and calculating bandwidth

2.) Designing Networks for Security

  • Design and configure IP infrastructures
  • Configuring routers using different routing protocols
  • Program adaptive security appliances
  • Power over Ethernet (POE) limitations and design
  • Understanding Unicast and Multicast
  • Port numbering and using port forwarding
  • Configuring DSL lines and routers for remote access
  • Adding security to the network
  • Configuring VLANS and managed switches
  • Testing the network

3.) Fibre Optic Installation

  • Fundamental theory of optical fibre
  • Design fibre solutions using single-mode and multi-mode
  • Learn to splice, repair broken or damaged fibre
  • Understand termination methods
  • Recognise types of dispersion
  • Measuring and calculating losses
  • Effective testing methods
  • Installing optical fibre transmitters and receivers
  • Identify connector types such as LC, ST, FC, MTRJ and SC
  • Health and Safety handling and correct disposal of fibre

Course events

21st Aug to 25th Aug 2023 - Bishop's Waltham, UK

16th Oct to 20th Oct 2023 - Shipley

13th Nov to 17th Nov 2023 - Bishop's Waltham, UK

18th Dec to 22nd Dec 2023 - Bishop's Waltham, UK

8th Jan to 12th Jan 2024 - Shipley

22nd Jan to 26th Jan 2024 - Bishop's Waltham, UK

19th Feb to 23rd Feb 2024 - Bishop's Waltham, UK

18th Mar to 22nd Mar 2024 - Bishop's Waltham, UK

Course events

11th Sep to 15th Sep 2023 - Bishop's Waltham

11th Mar to 15th Mar 2024 - Bishop's Waltham, UK

Course events

22nd Aug to 23rd Aug 2023 - Shipley, UK

24th Oct to 25th Oct 2023 - Shipley, UK

20th Feb to 21st Feb 2024 - Shipley, UK

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