ICT41115 - Certificate IV in Telecommunications Network Design

Course Description 

This qualification reflects the role of a technician with a range of telecommunications skills and extensive knowledge of the access, building and core networks and
client capabilities of the service provider. Graduates can design the customer access network, design the building network, design the core network for the
service provider and asset owner and design carrier equipment infrastructure.

This qualification prepares an individual for entry into design for network additions and implementations to accommodate network growth and new technologies within the industry. These skills are required for the telecommunications infrastructure network design.

Prerequisites

The following units within this qualification have prerequisites, This is detailed as follows:

Course units will be posted soon

Assessment

Competency is assessed using a variety of assessment methods that may include:

  • Completion of an integrated assessment activity tool
  • Examination
  • Presentation
  • Project
  • Research
  • Practical lab activity in a simulated work environment
  • Third party performance reports

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

If you have existing qualifications or experience you may choose to have these assessed for Recognition of Prior Leaning (RPL), against competencies in this course. If you are assessed as competent by RPL in any unit in your required qualification, you will be advised and an exemption granted. Please see our RPL page for more information.

Cost - $5,495