$775.00 (GST Exempt)
The open cabler course is a great entry point for people wishing to work in the telecommunications industry. This course covers both the ACMA Open Rule and the ACMA Restricted Rule to give students the most updated Training available.
Upon successful completion of this course, individuals who have three hundred sixty (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.
*Please note, the Open Cabling Registration is issued by one of the five ACMA approved registrars and not JB Hunter. Further information on obtaining your Cabling Registration can be found here.
An Open Cabler Registration enables telecommunications workers to legally install and maintain telephone, security* and fire alarm cabling in all types of customer premises. This course replaces the old AUSTEL & BCL license courses. Technicians installing data, coaxial or fibre optic cable will also require the appropriate endorsement on their registration.
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. Download the Standard, print it out and bring it to your face to face training session.
Time poor or busy earning during the day? We are offering this course as an afterhours night course in select locations. Running two nights a week over a five week period, the night courses are the ideal solution for those learners who are too busy during the day to attend class.
*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.
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
ICTTEN208 – Use electrical skills when working with telecommunications networks
Students who do not hold these units can complete them online with JB Hunter prior to attending your Open Registration course. This option is included in the cost of the course. If you successfully complete these units with JB Hunter, they will be included on your Statement of Attainment.
Alongside the mandated pre-requisite units, JB Hunter requires participants to complete an online learning module for ICTTEN202 – Use hand and power tools. All required online learning must be completed before attending the classroom based workshop and is included in the cost of the course.
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.
Upon successful completion of this training program, you will awarded the following unit(s) of competency:
ICTTEN208– Use electrical skills when working with telecommunications networks
ICTWHS204– Follow work health and safety and environmental policy and procedures
ICTTEN202 – Use hand and power tools
ICTCBL246– Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Restricted Rule
ICTCBL247 – Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Open Rule
Our locations include Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Newcastle, Adelaide, Darwin, Perth and other major regional centres throughout Australia. In-house training is available on request.
Save time by doing the theory for this course with us online (followed by 1.5 day in class)
The Open Cabler training program can be completed as either a five (5) day classroom based training program or via a blended delivery option comprising one and a half (1 ½ ) days of classroom based training and sixteen (16) online modules (that must be completed prior to attending the classroom based component).
It is important to note that the blended delivery option is only suitable to those already exposed to the telecommunications industry as it utilises industry specific concepts and terminology.
If you chose the blended delivery option, you will need to complete the online modules before contacting JB Hunter to book your classroom training.
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.
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Before enroling learners are expected to download and read the Student Handbook here to gain a comprehensive understanding of training with JB Hunter including the following policies and procedures:
For information on JB Hunter’s Terms and Conditions and any fees and charges that might apply please download and read this document.