Open Cabler Registration
Upon successful completion of this course, individuals who have 360 hours of authentic telecommunications cabling experience and meet the course prerequisites, will have constructed the skills and knowledge required to apply for an ACMA Open Cabler Registration. An Open Cabler Registration enables telecommunications workers to legally install and maintain telephone, security* and fire alarm cabling in all types of customer premises.
Course participants are required to read and bring to class an unmarked hard (printed) copy of the Australian Standards Installation Requirements for Customer Cabling (Wiring Rules) AS/CA S009:2013. This can be downloaded and printed from here.
*Please note that for work in the security industry a separate Security Licence may be required depending on the location (State/Territory) and type of work being conducted.
Open Registered Cabler
A person authorised to undertake any open cabling work, subject to the person holding the appropriate endorsements or specialist competencies for any specialised cabling work undertaken.
Open cabling work
Open cabling work is any type of customer phone cabling work, in which the customer phone cabling that is used terminates at the network boundary on a socket, a network termination device (NTD) or a main distribution frame (MDF).
The following units of competency MUST be held prior to attending your Open Registration Course
Evidence of the above units can be provided as a Statement of Attainment from a Registered Training Organisation OR the Units can be undertaken through our online learning system
Click here to enrol in these units (online learning)The Open Registration course forms a pathway to obtaining the ACMA Open Cabler Registration. This Registration can be obtained from and ACMA approved registrar and is subject to meeting all the requirements of the ACMA, including 360 hours of Cabling experience. Further Details on obtaining your Open Cabling Registration can be found here.
This course covers:
- Regulatory framework and environment
- General worksite environment and electrical safety
- Customer lightning protection (CLP) principles
- Basic electrical principles of telecommunications
- Indoor cabling
- Wiring plans
- Building cable products
- Indoor installation
- Underground cabling
- Aerial cabling
- Cable types and their applications
- Symbols, plans and records
- Cabling design for commercial buildings
- Practical exercises.
National competency standardICTCBL236- Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Restricted Rule
ICTCMP202 - Perform restricted customer premises broadband cabling work: ACMA Restricted Rule
$775.00 (GST Free)
There are 2 Delivery options,
Please choose the one that suits you best.
Option 1. Face to face
Option 2. eLearning
This option is ONLY recommended for people currently working in the telecommunications industry
Learners will complete online modules. Once completed, learners are required to contact JB Hunter Technology to book a face to face knowledge and skills assessment.
- 16 Online Modules
- 1.5 days in class (inlcudes a 50 question exam plus practical assessment)
Online students will be required to attend Thursday from 12.30pm and all day Friday on scheduled courses.Students will be required to attend the venue having completed all online content PLUS BRING A PRINTED COPY OF THE AS/CA S009:2013 Standard.
See all other eLearning course requirements here.
Please note that our eLearning system is most compatible with latest updated version of Firefox or Google Chrome with Flash and Java up to date and enabled.