The installation of low voltage de-energised underground polymeric cables includes cable preparation, the jointing or terminating of the cable and testing of the cable.
Cable installation encompasses completing straight joints and tee joints and pole top, switchgear and pillar terminations.
The knowledge required to install these cables includes cable construction, cable characteristics, cable handling techniques, manufacturer’s instructions and cable installation principles and techniques.
Safety requirements including standards, codes of practices, industry practices, workplace hazards and risk management are critically important, along with the correct use of hand, power and specialised tools and equipment for installing the cables.
This course will provide participants with the required skills and knowledge to safely install low voltage de-energised underground polymeric cables to meet regulatory, network operator and industry requirements.
Note: The course UETTDRCJ21A Lay ESI electrical cables is delivered on the first day of this course. If you have already completed the UETTDRCJ21A Lay ESI electrical cables course and have been laying cable in the last 12 months, contact us for a course exemption.
Before a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment is issued for the course, the participant must complete an on-the-job workbook and provide evidence of holding the required prerequisite units.
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Prerequisite units details
Course Fee Rebate
|Participants attending this course are eligible for the Construction Industry Training Rebate. Click on the CTF logo to download information on the rebate.