Day courses commence at 7.45 am and finish at approximately 4.00 – 4.30pm unless otherwise stated.
Your course confirmation email should contain this information.
All learners undertaking nationally recognised training need to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI). This includes learners undertaking Vocational Education Training (VET) in schools.
The process is quick and easy. This will only take a few minutes of your time. To obtain a USI you will need at least one form of ID. Forms of ID accepted are;
The USI website has detailed information on the steps to create a USI. Click here for information on the process to obtain a USI or if you’re ready to apply for one now go to usi.gov.au and start the process.
When you create your USI the system will check existing accounts and advise if there is a USI account already established. If learners become aware of the possibility of having two USIs, learners should report the issue to the USI Office. The USI Office will work with you to resolve the issue.
If you forget or lose your USI, you can retrieve it online. You will simple need to enter a few details to verify who you are. The details you enter must be the same as those you entered when applying for a USI or, when you last updated your USI account.
The following units of competency MUST be completed or held prior to commencing your open registration course.
ICTWHS204 – Follow work health and safety and environmental policy and procedures
ICTTEN201 – Use electrical skills in telecommunications work
Students not already holding these units are provided free access to these online modules. Login details to these eLearning modules will be provided on registration.
The Open Registration course forms a pathway to obtaining the ACMA Open Cabler Registration. This Registration can be obtained from an ACMA approved registrar and is subject to meeting all the requirements of the ACMA, including three hundred and sixty (360) hours of cabling experience. For more information read: How to become a registered cabler
Please be aware that if you have not completed the above prerequisite units you will not be able to attend the classroom component of this course.
ACRS – Australian Cabler Registration Service
PO Box 1106, Burwood North NSW 2134
Phone:1300 667 771 Web: www.acrs.com.au
Australian Security Industry Association Limited (ASIAL)
PO Box 1338, Crows Nest, NSW 1585
Phone: 02 8425 4331 Web: www.asial.com.au
BICSI Registered Cablers Australia
PO Box 6073, Hawthorn West, VIC 3122
Phone: 1800 306 444 Web: www.brca.com.au
Fire Protection Association Australia (FPA Australia)
PO Box 1049, Box Hill VIC 3128
Phone: 03 9890 1544 Web: www.fpaa.com.au
TITAB Australia Cabler Registry Service
PO Box 348 Carlton South, VIC 3053
Phone: 03 93494955 Web: www.titab.com.au
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If you have previously held an Austel Licence which is now expired you may be able to receive exemptions from some of the training required to reach the Open Cabler Registration qualification.
Contact us to discuss your requirements or to find out more about our Open Cabler Registration training.
Blended delivery of courses is a mixture of online learning modules and in class practical assessments. We like to make sure our students have real skills and can perform tasks in the work environment. Because of this many of our assessments get a student to demonstrate the required skills in person.
We advise you to prepare by reading all the orientation material provided to you by JB Hunter to ensure you are familiar with what content will be covered in the course, as well as any requirements or expectations of you. It is also important to consider how you best learn – if you are someone who does their best work early in the morning in a quiet environment, you should aim to create a similar time and environment to complete the online course.
Everyone will complete the online course at their own pace. You should always give yourself adequate time to complete an online course so you have a strong grasp on the content before your face-to-face training and assessment.
Make sure you check that you have opened and read all content on the slide, as that is the only way to move forward to the next one. There may have been a pop-up window or hover-over text you accidentally missed.
Yes. Every module, or topic within the course, will have a short assessment at the end to check your level of understanding as you go. These assessments are not meant to be lengthy or extremely difficult – they provide you with an opportunity to work out where you are at and whether there is anything you do not quite understand.
You have three attempts for each assessment. If you still do not pass the assessment on your third attempt, you will be locked out of the course.
If you have been locked out of the course as you have failed to pass an assessment three times, you must contact JB Hunter support team so they can talk you through where the errors are being made. Our priority is always for you to get the most out of your learning, and we are here to help you.