Installation Quality Standards
FMT-07

Duration: 3 days
Course description:
Building a telecoms network places stringent requirements in terms of adhering to quality standards and issues regarding health and safety that must be compulsorily addressed. This course dwells on the workmanship requirements for the installation and removal of telecom equipment

Who would benefit:
Staff involved in the supervision and installation of telecom equipment and anyone requiring working knowledge of basic installation activities.


Facility access and security
Assembly and Ironwork
Cabling and Wiring
Connecting
Power
Quality Inspection Procedures
Quality Control Activities

Fiber Optics Safety
FMT-08

Duration: 1 day
Course description:
It is important for staff working with Fiber Optic Systems to have a good working knowledge of the dangers posed by such systems and the necessary precautions that need to be taken. This course offers practical precautions to prevent injury while working with optical fiber materials and laser light sources.

Who would benefit:
Engineers, technicians and supervisors requiring an understanding of safe working practices associated with fiber optic systems and cables.


Fiber safety overview
What is laser light?
Classification of lasers & their use
Live fiber identification
Visual fault identifier
Fiber pieces handling
Fiber shard disposal
Volatile liquid handling

Structured Cabling Systems (SCS)
FMT-09

Duration: 3 days
Course description:
Structured Cabling is crucial to modern enterprise. Correct installation and termination techniques are therefore, vital for compliance with installation standards and industry practices. This course is ideal for technical staff involved in the design of structured Voice and Data Cabling System.

Who would benefit:
Engineers, technicians and supervisors requiring an understanding of safe working practices associated with fiber optic systems and cables.


Structured Cabling overview
Cable Construction Details
Fiber Optic Cabling
Horizontal cabling design
Telecommunications Rooms
EMC and power separations
Testing parameters and requirements
Cabling administration and labelling

Distributed Antennas Systems (DAS)
FMT-10

Duration: 2 days
Course description:
Getting proper wireless coverage and capacity indoors can be a complex process. This course explores the basics from issuing the RFP, choosing the right vendors and lease agreements, to site surveys, design, the procurement process, installation, testing, optimization and ongoing maintenance.

Who would benefit:
Technicians, Engineers and Mangers involved in DAS planning and deployment.


Rationale for DAS – business and technical
Indoor Planning Process
DAS Issues
Distributed Antenna Systems
DAS Components
Coverage Planning
Capacity Planning
Coverage Verification & Acceptance Testing


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