Structured Cabling


The Structured Cabling course is designed for technicians installing structured cabling in residential, commercial, and industrial environments, as well as for security technicians installing structured cable for security camera, access control or alarm systems.


It’s also suitable for apprentices enrolled in the New Zealand Certificate in Electrical Engineering Theory and Practice (Trade) (Level 4) qualification. Apprentices will benefit from high quality content which goes beyond the requirements of units 29435 (Install computer networking Infrastructure systems) and 29446 (Demonstrate knowledge of computer networking infrastructure principles).


What you will learn

The Structured Cabling course covers:

  • Data cabling installation standards and practices
  • Telecommunications network installation theory
  • Network transmission theory and terminology
  • Structured cabling installation requirements
  • Data cabling tools and methodology
  • Data cabling installation procedures and terminations
  • Cable testing and recording of test results
  • Practical exercises
  • Construction of a basic LAN network


Note if you are a Skills apprentice:

On completion of the course, the tutor will provide an evidence sheet to the attendee to take to their verifier. This will allow the verifier to sign off the trainee workplace logbook blue slip.

Course Info

Availability: Minimum of 4 participants and a maximum of 8. This course might be rescheduled if there are less than 4 participants confirmed into this course.

Duration: 2 days

What to bring: All attendees must wear their PPE gear (work boots, safety glasses, long sleeved shirt, denim pants).

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Standard Pricing


6 NZQA credits