This course provides students with information about planning, running and terminating structured wiring. The course covers network cabling and the various termination standards, as well as, phone cabling, punch-down blocks, coaxial cabling and the tools required to complete the job.
- Define structured wiring
- Identify the advances in technology behind the evolution of structured wiring capabilities.
- Describe the applications in which structured wiring systems are used.
- Identify the standards and agencies responsible for providing guidelines for the installation of these systems.
- Identify common safety practices used to keep technicians, as well as the public, safe from potential hazards.
- Identify the different types of components used to terminate wiring.
- Identify the types of tools and testing devices used to install and terminate structured wiring systems.
- Identify common industry symbols and diagrams used to install wiring systems.
- Identify the components found in a structured wiring system.
- Describe the types of structured wiring systems installed on a day-to-day basis and recognize differences.
- Describe the procedures used to properly install a structured wiring system.
- Identify and describe the procedures used to install different types of service outlets and other wiring equipment.
- Describe the procedures used to install both horizontal and vertical wiring runs.
- Identify the types of wiring terminations used to install different applications in a structured wiring system.
- Describe the termination procedures used to install communication systems.
- Describe the termination procedures used to install data systems.
- Describe the termination procedures used to install cable and audio visual systems.
- Identify the testing tools used to test and troubleshoot wiring systems.
- Define the different types of tests performed on wiring systems.
- Define the different types of certification testing performed on wiring systems.
- Describe the procedures used to test coaxial cable.
- Describe the procedures used to test data and communication wiring systems.
What to expect in this course: The presentation includes text, audio, graphics, videos and activities to help you absorb the information presented. This course has a short quiz at the end, which you will be required to pass with a 70% or greater to complete the course.