Fibre Flow (Blown Fibre) Installation and Maintenance Contractor

Fibre Flow (Blown Fibre) Installation and Maintenance Contractor

The delegate will be able to confidently appreciate the key components and products used in an air blown Fibre network, understand and install a blown Fibre network using the blowing products and techniques and have the knowledge and skill to undertake corrective and preventative maintenance in and air blown Fibre network

2 Days

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Unit 3-4, Sheffield Business Park
Churchill Way, Chapeltown
Sheffield, S35 2PY

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Delegates that wish to become a Blown Fibre contractor

Delegates who have had some basic cable handling experience and an appreciation of basic telecoms installation work.

Practical using a range of equipment and materials and theory work plus assessment.

The delegate(s) will be able to perform the following on successful completion of the course:

  • Appreciate key components and products used in an air blown Fibre network
  • Learn the importance of product bend radius.
  • Learn what effect water and ice have on individual products and the air blown Fibre system
  • Appreciate how blowing distance is determined.
  • Various enclosures the types and where to use them in a network
  • The components needed to connect the customer
  • Deployment techniques
  • How to extend blowing distance and the equipment needed
  • Plan a maintenance repair
  • Health and Safety in an industrial environment
  • Tube Bundles – different types of tube bundles and identification of primary tubes
  • Handling, deploying and testing of tube bundles
  • Fibre bundles – stripping and handling techniques
  • QWK Connect plug and Play system
  • Blowing Equipment and operation
  • Blowing techniques including Point to Point, Centre blowing and onward blowing
  • Maintenance of the blowing equipment and changing blowing head to accommodate different Fibre sizes
  • Choosing maximum blowing distances for certain tube and Fibre combinations
  • Installation of approved enclosures (Emtelle)

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Neil Silcox
I really enjoyed the course and the instructors were excellent in the way they put the course over. The facilities were excellent and the course was taught to a very high standard. - Neil Silcox

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PTS ensures that rail workers are aware of their surroundings, are able to move around the lineside safely and are able to react appropriately to circumstances (e.g. the approach of a train).

PTS is not ELCAS accredited and does not form part of ELC funding. However, you are able to use your Standard Learning Credits (SLC) towards the cost of the course. 

 

 

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