The Copper Cable Endorsement Course is designed for technicians who currently hold an Open Cabling Registration and, due to the new regulatory requirements, are seeking too obtain the required units of competency to add an endorsement on their registration to allow the compliant installation of copper cable including:

Structured Cabling ICTCBL301 - Install, terminate and certify structured cabling installation

Coaxial Cable ICTCBL303 - Install and terminate coaxial cable

We deliver this course via online pre-course theory work plus one day face to face learning and assessment. With classes being delivered in our purpose built, well equiped training facility and with class numbers limited to just six students, we guarantee you will leave with the knowledge and skills required in the industry.

For more details about this course, please scroll to the bottom of the page. 


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Day Course - Monash Business Centre Como

Monash Business Centre Como
Unit 6 47 Monash Avenue
Como, Western Australia 6152

03 Dec 2018
08:00AM
3 spots remaining.
21 Jan 2019
08:00AM
3 spots remaining.

This training product has been designed for students who currently hold an Open Cabling Registration and are seeking to obtain an endorsement on their license to allow the compliant installation of specialised cabling including: Structured (S) and Coaxial (C) cabling.

Upon successful completion of this course students will receive a Statement of Attainment for the units:

ICTCBL301 - Install, terminate and certify structured cabling installation

ICTCBL303 - Install and terminate coaxial cable

The training has been developed in accordance with the Training Accreditation Council and Australian National Training Authority guidlines.


This course covers two units of competency, these being:

ICTCBL301 - Install, terminate and certify structured cabling installation

ICTCBL303 - Install and terminate coaxial cable

The structured cabling component of this course will cover the following topics:

  • Digital transmission fundamentals
  • Cable variances and their applications including: UTP, FTP, shielding, earthing
  • Structured Cabling Components including connectors and modules
  • Installation Practices
  • Terminating KRONE and 110 Systems
  • Testing requirements and techniques of structured cabling systems

The coaxial cabling component of this course will cover the following topics:

  • Installation and termination practices, including master antenna television (MATV), cable television (CATV), closed-circuit television (CCTV), digital video broadcasting (DBVT) and digital video broadcasting - satellite (DVB-S).
  • Configuration of computer networks, including local area networks (LAN) and Wider area networks (WAN).

This course has been developed closely with industry partners to be delivered in a concise and time efficient manner.

To enrol in this course, students must currently hold an Open Cablers License, as this course builds upon the basic cabling fundamentals.

If you do not hold an Open Cablers License and would like to complete this course, please contact us prior to enrolment. 

The Combined Cabling Endorsement Course is delivered through a blended model consisting of:

  • On-line theory work, which is to be completed prior to the practical sessions
  • One day face-to-face training and assessment.

Most classes will be delivered from 8:00 - 4:00, however, check your booking to confirm your start and finish times as they may slightly vary.

The on-line theory is self paced and the time required to complete the modules will vary depending on your experience.

Through moving the theory components online (and halving our class sizes) this course has been reduced from two and a half days face-to-face training to one. This should assist you with gauging the amount of time to set aside for the pre-course theory.

At Aspire Education and Training we recognise some students have vast amounts of knowledge and experience within various areas and they are purely seeking to formalise their skills. For students seeking this option we offer a Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) pathway. We endeavour to structure our RPL process in a way that will both minimise cost and time while always ensuring the integrity and validity of the assessment process.

The basic steps involved in a RPL pathway include:

  • Request a RPL application form from admin@aeat.com.au
  • Collect and forward supportive evidence along with your completed application form to admin@aeat.com.au
  • Your application and evidence will be assessed by one of our qualified staff members
  • One of our staff members will then contact you in regard to your application to seek further information if required.
  • If gaps in evidence remain a personalised training and assessment plan will be developed to fill these gaps.
  • Once the assessment has been completed to a satisfactory level you will be issued with your certificate.
  • Although we would like to state a cost this can vary depending on evidence provided and training required to complete the process. 

Please contact us for ay further enquiries.