AMP ACT I
"Installing and Connectorizing LAN Cabling Systems"
A unique opportunity for installers to learn the latest installing and terminating techniques for networking and premises cabling.
As technology advances, your installation skills must keep pace so you are not caught in a tangle of complex telecommunications cabling problems. This course equips you with the installation and termination know-how you need to enhance your company's quality control, cost effectiveness and profitability, as well as provide you with a competitive edge in bidding, increase the value of your work, and ultimately your customer's satisfaction.
This course includes an overview of premises cabling systems, an in-depth review of the ISO/IEC, EN and ANSI/TIA/EIA industry standards, and a discussion and hands-on practicum on the rough-in, installation, management, and termination of shielded and unshielded twisted pair and optical fiber cabling systems. The course is about 80% hands-on and is designed with a systems approach instruction method where the students will build a rack, install an outlet, and install, terminate and test a cabling link between the two.
Tooling will be provided for classroom purposes, and each student will receive a course manual and a connector assembly kit for the hands-on sections, including cables, connectors, and accessories - and one unique SL Termination Tool free of charge!
Successful completion of the course examination will designate you as an AMP Registered Installer, which will increase your marketability in the telecommunications industry.
Fourteen (14) BICSI Continuing Education Credits (CECs) issued for completing this course!