With the expansion of the nbn™ to every premise in Australia, as well as growth in private networks, demand for workers with the skills to install underground infrastructure and associated cabling has never been higher. Take advantage of this demand and skill yourself for the telecommunications industry. This course covers the theory and skills behind multiple cabling types covering copper, fibre and coaxial hauling techniques.
Since this is a Telstra and nbn™ accredited course providing learners with the necessary skills to work in accordance with Telstra and nbn™ requirements.
Because this course is an approved skills set of nbn™’s Project Athena, successful participants may upload their statement of attainment to the enAble system for workforce accreditation. Additionally Students who already hold an Open Cabler Registration may also provide their Statement of Attainment to their cabling registrar to have the underground endorsement added to their existing Open Cabler Registration.
There are no prerequisites for this course. However JB Hunter suggests that students undertaking this course have an understanding of general industry safety requirements (White Card or similar). This course involves physical activities, such as digging and participants must have the physical capability to perform such tasks.
Upon successful completion of this training program, you will awarded the following unit(s) of competency: ICTCBL207 – Haul underground cable ICTCBL308 – Install underground cable ICTCBL213 – Construct underground telecommunications infrastructure ICTCBL307 – Install underground enclosures and conduit
This pit and pipe course involves physical activities, such as digging and participants must have the physical capability to perform such tasks.
Pit, pipe & cable hauling course
Safe worksite setup
Introduction to other underground assets
Pit & conduit types
Installation techniques for pits & conduit
Cable dispenser setup
Hauling underground cable
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.
Terms & Conditions
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:
Harassment, discrimination and bullying
Appeals, complaints and grievances
Course cancellations and changes
JB Hunter reserves the right to cancel, postpone or alter the dates and/or times of any course. Trading terms seven (7) days. Any debt collection fees incurred will be added to the balance of the account. Transfer & cancellation fees apply.
Only one transfer allowed per booking.
On confirmed receipt of written notice from the client:
11+ business days prior to course commencement – cancellation fee 10%, transfer fee 5%
6-10 business days prior to course commencement – cancellation fee 25%, transfer fee 12.5%
3-5 business days prior to course commencement – cancellation Fee 50%, transfer fee 25%
0-2 business days prior to course commencement OR non-attendance – cancellation fee 100%, no transfers
Cancellation after being granted a previous transfer – minimum cancellation fee 25%
Transfer and cancellation fees are based on the full standard course price – any discounts or subsidies offered will no longer apply.
Please Note: If you make a booking, any cancellation or non-attendance at that course may incur the fees outlined above.