ICT30515 Certificate III in Telecommunications Technology is a trade level qualification for those working in the telecommunications industry. This program covers a broad range of telecommunication skills and provides a solid base for workers undertaking jobs selecting, installing and configuring equipment in convergent technology networks.
Successful participants will have an understanding of optical, copper (phone and data) and coaxial cabling. They will understand the regulatory requirements around telecommunications work and be provided with the opportunity to practice their skills in a simulated environment.
The Certificate three (3) in Telecommunications is a flexible course suitable for both new and existing workers as it covers all the key skills including Open Cabler Registration and the endorsements of the Structured Cabling, Optical Fibre or Coaxial Cabling, with additional elective choices so students can customise their qualification to align with industry specialisations.
* To obtain your Open Cabler Registration, you must also complete three hundred and sixty (360) industry based cabling hours and apply via an ACMA approved registrar. **A deposit of $1500.00 will be required prior to course commencement. Payment plan options available.
There are no pre-requisites for this program. Students with a colour vision deficiency should consult our enrolment advisors as some units may not be suitable.
ICT30515 – Certificate III In Telecommunications Technology
To successfully obtain this qualification, students must complete the “Industry Fundamental Units”, “IP Networking Equipment Installation” and the “Cable Testing Fault Finding” learning blocks plus a selection of seven (7) elective units. The seven (7) elective units should be selected to align with work based activities. Elective units can only be completed as a group within their learning block.
This program awards the following nationally accredited units of competency:
Compulsory Units – The below compulsory units MUST be completed
ICTWHS204 – Follow work health and safety and environmental policy and procedures
ICTTEN201 – Use electrical skills in telecommunications work
ICTTEN202 – Use hand and power tools
ICTWOR201 – Work effectively in telecommunications technology
ICTCBL237 – Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Open Rule
Cabling Endorsements – Elective stream
ICTCBL301 – Install, terminate and certify structured cabling installation
ICTCBL302 – Install and terminate optical fibre cable on customer premises
ICTTEN311 – Inspect, clean and handle optical fibre cable and connectors
ICTCBL303 – Install and terminate coaxial cable
Alternate Elective Option for Students who hold the Open Registration
Pit, Pipe & Hauling – Elective stream
ICTCBL308 – Install underground cable
ICTCBL307 – Install underground enclosures and conduit
ICTCBL220 – Install a cable lead-in
Dates & Locations
Our locations include Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Newcastle, Adelaide, Darwin, Perth and other major regional centres throughout Australia. In-house training is available on request.
Traineeships & Apprenticeships
This program may be available as a traineeship or apprenticeship in your state. Please lodge a course enquiry (below) and our enrolment advisor will contact you.
JB Hunter uses various funded programs for telecommunications training designed to train both new entrants and experienced workers in the telecommunications industry.
Because funding differs from state to state we have some brief outlines of whats available in the links below: