ICTCBL236 Install, Maintain and Modify Customer Premises Communications Cabling (ICTCBL236)

This unit provides the information to satisfy the Communications and Media Authority’s (ACMA) ‘Restricted’ Cabling Provider Rule on customers premises for cabling terminated on sockets and network termination devices (NTD) of indoor and external metallic cable in either aerial or underground situations.

It applies to individuals who may provide services to connect telecommunications devices including telephony systems, security alarm panels and fire control panels in either a new cable installation or upgrade of cable capacity for an existing network or subsystem for convergence to Next Generation Networks (NGN) applications. Customers are typically domestic premises, small offices, home offices and small business premises. Generally large commercial and industrial premises are excluded except in special circumstances where the cabling is behind a compliant device and is not via jumperable distributors or patch panels.

All customer cabling work in the telecommunications, fire, security and data industries must be performed by a registered cabler. All cablers are required to register with an ACMA-accredited registrar.

Requirements for completion of this qualification

Units ICTWHS204 (Follow work health and safety and environmental policies and procedures) and ICTTEN201 (Use electrical skills in telecommunications work) must be completed prior to commencing this unit if not already held.

Funding options

  • Fee for Service (if eligibility criteria are met)
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ICTCBL236 Install, Maintain and Modify Customer Premises Communications Cabling (ICTCBL236) is Nationally Recognised Training.


Install, Maintain and Modify Customer Premises Communications Cabling (ICTCBL236)

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