EKURHULENI ARTISANS AND SKILLS TRAINING CENTRE

CURRICULUM OF ALL COURSES OFFERED

 

Electrical

Is defined as something related to electricity, which is energy resulting from charged particles.

  • Safety
  • Hand Tools
  • Introduction to Electrical Components
  • House Wiring
  • Practical Installation of PVC Conduit
  • Cable Identification
  • Cable Joints
  • Cable Fault Finding
  • Termination of Distribution Board and Wiring
  • Fault Finding
  • Identification of Motors
  • Motor Testing
  • Motor Connections

Electrical Cable Splicing

Can be defined as cable joining where you need to splice the cable and join the live wires inside L1; L2; L3 and earth by putting cable join kit.

  • Safety
  • Preparing of Cable
  • Joining of Wire
  • Completion of Splicing

Electrical Fault Finding

Is a test that should be done to completing a circuit wiring by doing point to point testing using a multi meter tester and connecting wires or loose connections that are missing by the following a specific drawing given.

  • Fault Finding
  • 3 Phase Direct Online Drawing
  • 3 Phase Forward & Reverse Drawing

Isolators and Contractors

Process where you disconnect or isolate the current from the main circuit to the appliances.

  • Single Phase Isolators
  • Three Phase Isolators
  • Testing of Isolators
  • Single Phase Coil Connectors
  • Three Phase Coil Connectors
  • Testing of Contactors

Motor Testing

The process whereby motor is running by winding and putting by using forward and reverse and direct online motor testing.

  • Motor Connections
  • Motor Testing
  • Identification of Motors

Introduction to Electrical Components

Is where you are able to identify or name the parts of components or materials that you use to complete current.

  • Safety
  • Construction Signs and Colours
  • Electrical Equipment
  • P.P.E
  • House Keeping
  • House Wiring

Aircon & Refrigeration

Air conditioning is the process of removing heat from a confined space, thus cooling the air, and removing humidity. Air conditioning can be used in both domestic and commercial environments. This process is used to achieve a more comfortable interior environment, typically for humans or animals; however, air conditioning is also used to cool/dehumidify rooms filled with heat-producing electronic devices, such as computer serverspower amplifiers, and even to display and store artwork.

  • Safety
  • Hand Tools
  • Tool & Pipe Identification
  • Flaring / Swaging of Copper Pipes
  • Domestic Fridge Repairs
  • Aircon Repairs
  • Aircon Servicing
  • Aircon Installation
  • Gas Welding
  • Basic Industrial Refrigeration
  • Basic Electric on Industrial Refrigeration
  • Refrigerant Charging
  • Refrigerant Recovery

Bricklaying

Person whose job is to build walls, houses, and other structures with bricks.

  • Safety
  • Hand Tools
  • Power Tools
  • Measuring Equipment
  • Reading of Drawing
  • Scaffolding & Ladders
  • Laying of Bricks
  • Arches
  • Pillars
  • Corners
  • Laying out of Foundation
  • Practical Brick Work
  • Cavity Wall

Plastering

Plaster is a building material used for the protective and/or decorative coating of walls and ceilings and for moulding and casting decorative elements. In English “plaster” usually means a material used for the interiors of buildings, while “render” commonly refers to external applications.

  • Safety
  • Hand Tools
  • Clean wall of loose cement and dust
  • Mix plaster sand and cement
  • Plaster Wall

Carpet Flooring

A carpet is a textile floor covering typically consisting of an upper layer of pile attached to a backing. The pile was traditionally made from wool, but, since the 20th century, synthetic fibers such as polypropylene, nylon or polyester are often used, as these fibers are less expensive than wool.

  • Safety
  • Measuring Equipment
  • Practical: Clean floor 100%
  • Cut under felt on size of the floor

Laminated Flooring

Laminate flooring is a multi-layer synthetic flooring product fused together with a lamination process. Laminate flooring simulates wood (or sometimes stone) with a photographic applique layer under a clear protective layer.

  • Safety
  • Hand Tools
  • Measuring Equipment
  • Practical Laminated Flooring

Tiling Flooring

A tile is a manufactured piece of hard-wearing material such as ceramic, stone, metal, or even glass, generally used for covering roofs, floors, walls, showers, or other objects such as table tops.

  • Safety
  • Measuring & Calculations
  • Preparing of Tile Area
  • Cutting of Tile’s
  • Laying of Tile’s
  • Grouting of Tile’s
  • Cleaning

Vinyl Flooring

Vinyl composition tile (VCT) is a finished flooring material used primarily in commercial and institutional applications.  Modern vinyl floor tile is frequently chosen for high-traffic areas because of its low cost, durability, and ease of maintenance.

  • Safety
  • Hand Tools
  • Measuring Equipment
  • Clean floor 100%
  • Cut vinyl on size of floor
  • Put vinyl glue on floor
  • Put vinyl on floor

Cemreet Flooring

A concrete slab is a common structural element of modern buildings. Horizontal slabs of steel reinforced concrete, typically between 4 and 20 inches (100 and 500 millimetres) thick, are most often used to construct floors and ceilings, while thinner slabs are also used for exterior paving.

  • Safety
  • Hand Tools
  • Measuring Equipment
  • Make sure floor is clean
  • Mix plaster sand & cement
  • Put screed on floor

Wall Tiling

A tile is a manufactured piece of hard-wearing material such as ceramic, stone, metal, or even glass, generally used for covering roofs, floors, walls, showers, or other objects such as table tops. Tiling stone is typically marble, onyx, granite or slate.

  • Safety
  • Introduction
  • Hand Tools
  • Measuring Equipment
  • Learn to cut tiles
  • Do measurement and start tilling
  • Repeat put tiling
  • Learn to cut with baby grinder

Damp Proofing

Damp proofing in construction is a type of moisture control applied to building walls and floors to prevent moisture from passing into the interior spaces. Damp problems are among the most frequent problems encountered in homes.

  • Safety
  • Practical: Remove loose paint from the wall
  • Prepare wall with Polly filler
  • Paint wall with bonding
  • Paint wall with under coat
  • Paint wall with main coat

Dry Walling

Drywall (also known as plasterboard, wallboard, gypsum panel, sheet rock, or gypsum board) is a panel made of calcium sulfate dehydrate (gypsum) with or without additives and normally pressed between a facer and a backer (typically thick sheets of paper). It is used to make interior walls and ceilings.

  • Safety
  • Tape Measuring
  • Hand Tools
  • Practical: Frame for dry walling
  • Cut wood sheet on size of the frame

Paving

Pavement in construction is an outdoor floor or superficial surface covering. Paving materials include asphalt, concrete, stone such as flagstone, cobblestone, and setts, artificial stone, bricks, tiles, and sometimes wood.

  • Safety
  • Do measuring of your paving area
  • Make soil service level
  • Put river sand on floor
  • Sand level straight edges
  • Practical paving packing bricks

Pothole Fixing

A pothole is a structural failure in a road surface, caused by failure primarily in asphalt pavement due to the presence of water in the underlying soil structure and the presence of traffic passing over the affected area. Introduction of water to the underlying soil structure first weakens the supporting soil. The method of actually fixing potholes depends on the weather and traffic conditions. If, say, a nasty pothole opens up on a major freeway but the weather isn’t favourable, road crews will usually apply a temporary patch of cold asphalt until they can get back with a semi-permanent fix.

  • Safety
  • Hand Tools
  • Measuring Equipment
  • Clean Pothole 100%
  • Mix soil and dry cement together and ram it 100%
  • Put tar on top of the soil and ram it 100%

Painting and Decorating

A house painter and decorator is a tradesman responsible for the painting and decorating of buildings, and is also known as a decorator or house painter. The purpose of painting is to improve the aesthetic of a building and to protect it from damage by water, rust, corrosion, insects and mold.

  • Safety
  • Hand Tools
  • Grinding
  • Reading of Drawings
  • Using Measuring Equipment
  • Glazing
  • Wall Paint
  • Window Frame Painting
  • Vanishing
  • Door Painting
  • Door Frame Painting

Glazing

The action of installing windows

  • Safety
  • Measuring Equipment
  • Cutting of Glass
  • Preparing of Window Frame and Fit Glass

Carpentry

The activity or occupation of making or repairing things in wood.

  • Safety
  • Hand Tools
  • Power Tools
  • Using Measuring Equipment
  • Reading of Drawings
  • Hanging of Doors Skirting’s
  • Picture Rail
  • Roof Structure

Roof Maintenance

Repair leaks on Roof

  • Safety
  • Measuring Equipment
  • Check loose bolts and seal Flash Harry
  • Corner Flashing Seal
  • Check Leaks

Plumbing

Is the installation of a network of pipes meaning to supply a whole house with water, hot and cold. Installation of sanitary fixtures and sewer lines.

  • Safety
  • Hand Tools
  • Stock and Dies (Pipe Threading)
  • Identifying of Materials
  • Reading Drawings Assemble Pipework
  • Geyser Maintenance
  • Sheet Metal Flushing’s for Water Proofing
  • Drain Laying Pressure Valves
  • Measuring & Cutting
  • Balance Water Pressures
  • Sanitary and Waste Water Installations

Gas Geyser

Is a normal installation and it is just to save money on Electricity as it is working with Gas.

    • Safety
  • Tools (Especially working with gas)
  • Drawings and Layouts (Pipe Work)
  • Proper Gas Installation
  • Soldering

Heat Pump

Looks like an Aircon and it heats up the water, it still uses electricity but use much less electricity than a normal geyser.

  • Safety
  • Tools
  • Difference between heat pump and solar
  • Roof frame work installation
  • Components
  • Identification of fitting
  • Soldering

Solar Geyser

It’s an independent heat source, meaning it uses no electricity to heat up the water but uses solar panels instead.

  • Safety
  • Tools
  • Thermal Pipe
  • Installation
  • Roof Frame Work
  • Components
  • Identification of fitting

Drain Installation and Maintenance

It’s a network of sewer pipes installation. From different fixtures in your house that leads all dirty water away.  From the house to the main sewer lines.

    • Safety
    • Tools
    • Identification of fitting and pipes
  • Drawings, Layouts and falls

Geyser Installation

Installing a geyser according to S.A.N.S. A geyser is a cylinder which heats up water for bath’s, showers and sinks.

  • Safety
  • Tools
  • Drawings (Horizontal & Vertical installation)
  • Components
  • Fittings
  • Correct KPA’s and distance

Geyser Maintenance

How to maintain & Repair Geyser Components

  • Visual checks
  • Components
  • KPA’s
  • Installation according to S.A.N.S

Carpentry and Joinery

A joiner is an artisan who builds things by joining pieces of wood, particularly lighter and more ornamental work than that done by a carpenter, including furniture and the “fittings” of a house, ship, etc.

  • Safety
  • Hand Tools
  • Power Tools
  • Measuring Equipment
  • Basic Joints
  • Practical Projects: Push Stick / Bench Hook / Medicine Cabinet / Towel Rack / Key Holder

French Polishing

French polishing is a wood finishing technique that results in a very high gloss surface, with a deep colour and chatoyancy. French polishing consists of applying many thin coats of shellac dissolved in alcohol using a rubbing pad lubricated with oil. The rubbing pad is made of absorbent cotton or wool cloth wadding inside a square piece of fabric.

  • Origen of French polish
  • Preparing of Surfaces
  • Removal of Stains
  • Preparing / Application French polish

Property Maintenance

NO CURRICULUM RECEIVED FOR PROPERTY MAINTENANCE. THE CURRICULUM WILL DEPEND ON THE COURSES THE STUDENTS CHOOSE.

The practice of managing and maintaining propertiesProperty maintenance workers are the primary practitioners of this specialty. They may perform tasks like washing floors; shampooing rugs; changing light bulbs; making minor structural, electrical or plumbing repairs; and dealing with locks and keys.

Fitting

Is a way to replace worn machine part and to service machines regularly.

  • Safety
  • Hand Tools
  • Power Tools
  • Identifying of Materials
  • Marking of Materials
  • Calculations
  • Shield Metal Arc Welding
  • Water Pump
  • Dial Test Indicator
  • Bearings
  • V-Belt and Sprocket Chain

Turning

Turning is a form of machining where materials is removed from a round piece of material to create parts by cutting away unwanted materials.

  • Safety
  • Reading and Understanding of Drawings
  • Using Measuring Equipment
  • Step Turning
  • Set up of Workpieces using Clock Gauge
  • Facing and Parallel Turning
  • Grooving
  • Drilling
  • Tapper Cutting (External and Internal)
  • Tapping
  • Reaming and Boring
  • External Screw Cutting

Milling

Milling is the most common form of machining milling is a process to remove material from a workpiece to create a variety of features like pockets and slots by cutting away unwanted materials using different types of cutters.

The milling process requires a milling machine, workpiece, clamping methods and cutters.

  • Safety
  • Reading and Understanding of Drawings
  • Measuring Equipment
  • Parts of Milling Machine
  • Different types of Cutters and their uses
  • How to Clamp workpieces on Milling Machine Table
  • How to Setup Machine vice Using Clock Gauge
  • Pocket Machining
  • Island Machining
  • Step Milling
  • Slot and Keyway Machining
  • Drilling
  • Tapping

Instrumentation with Process Control

This course offers the student an understanding of PLANT and PROCESS  

Automation and process CONTROL.  The calibration and adherence to standards of the various instrumentation processes.

Together with the necessary adherence certification and documentation required. The compiling and understanding/reading plant process and layout documentation/diagrams.

The implementation, repair, calibration and fabrication of plant and process control, with specific emphasis placed on the various forms of control and fault finding/maintenance there on.

Inter trade disciplines, and the interactions with them in a plant environment, together with Plant safety and Procedures.

  • Plant Safety / Lockout Procedures
  • AC & DC Electricity
  • Fluid Dynamics
  • Boiler Water Level Control
  • Waste Water Control
  • Calibration & Standards
  • Plant & Instrument Diagrams / Documentation
  • Relay & Alarm Wiring * Sanitary Plant Fitting & Instrumentation Environment Practice
  • Fault Finding & Isolation
  • Continuous Level / Flow / Temp
  • Pressure Control
  • PLC Operation & Fault Finding

Soldering

Is a way to join thin plate.

  • Safety (Theory and Station Set Up)
  • Solder Techniques (Practical)

Programmable Logic Control

Hands on upgrading of existing plant systems to PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS.

The various process documentation and ladder logic design to input to Brand Name PLC   software.

Maintenance, fault finding, calibration and REPAIR of such PLC systems, inclusive of SCADA,(supervisory control and data acquisition), wireless systems, and HMI, (human machine interface), implementation and integration.

This course is of special interest to Plant Electricians, Instrument Technicians,

Waste Water plant staff and plant engineers. Others would be Lift/elevator technicians, municipal road traffic electricians and robotic specialists.

The advantage of this type of course is that it is NOT brand specific, but offers a generic ladder logic formulation that can then be placed on the brand name software for coding.

  • Plant Safety & Lockout Procedures
  • PLC Hardware
  • Logical Sensors
  • Boolean Logic Design
  • Presence Detection & Actuators
  • Karnaugh Maps
  • PLC Operation
  • Latches
  • Timers & Counters
  • Structural Logic Design
  • Flow Chart & State Base Design
  • Data Characterization
  • Structural Text Programming
  • Analog Inputs/Outputs
  • Continuous Actuators & Control
  • Serial Communication
  • SCADA
  • HMI’s
  • Wireless & Networking
  • Software Engineering

Electronics

A course designed with the student in mind that wishes to obtain a better understanding and working knowledge of ELECTRONICS and CIRCUIT DESIGN. Involves repair and fault finding down to component level.

3 week course with emphasis on practical hands on experience, thus equipping the student to fault find/repair electronic circuit boards, and replace and upgrade circuitry all down to component level.

Students interested would be TV/AUDIO VISUAL technicians, alarm installers/repair personnel, and any person interested in radio/telecommunications.

  • Plant Safety
  • Hand Tools
  • AC & DC Linear Circuits
  • Reading Circuit Diagrams
  • Component Identification
  • Use of Test and Measuring Equipment
  • PC Board Design and Layout
  • Soldering and De – Soldering of Components
  • Fault Finding and Repair down to Component Level * Soldering Techniques and Associated Quality Control

Boilermaking

Boilermakers assemble, install, and repair boilers, closed vats, and other large vessels or containers that hold liquids and gases. They perform physically demanding, dangerous work. Many must travel to worksites and live away from home for long stretches of time.

  • Safety
  • Hand Tools
  • Power Tools
  • Cutting Torch
  • Grinder
  • Engineering Drawings
  • Pipe Developing
  • Plate Developing
  • Identifying of Materials
  • Marking of Material
  • Calculations
  • Shield Metal Arc Welding

Sheet Metal Work

A sheet metal worker is a skilled tradesman who creates, installs, and repairs sheet metal products. Most commonly these products include elements of heating, cooling, and ventilation systems, although sheet metal workers also fabricate and repair products for drainage and roofing applications.

  • Safety
  • Hand Tools
  • Power Tools
  • Pipe Developing
  • Plate Developing
  • Marking of Materials
  • Identifying of Materials
  • Engineering Drawings
  • Soldering
  • Riveting

Pipe Fitting

A pipefitter is a tradesperson who installs, assembles, fabricates, maintains and repairs mechanical piping systems. Pipefitters usually begin as helpers or apprentices. Journeyman pipefitters deal with industrial/commercial/marine piping and heating/cooling systems.

  • Safety
  • Hand Tools
  • Power Tools
  • Cutting Torch
  • Grinding
  • Pipe Developing
  • Identification of Materials
  • Identification of Pipes
  • Marking of Pipes
  • Use of Promech Level
  • Engineering Measuring & Engineering Drawings
  • Use of Line of Courts & Centre Finder
  • Flange Fitting
  • Shield Metal Arc Welding

Engineering Drawings

To read drawings is to understand what needs to be done on projects.

  • Introduction to Measuring
  • Safety
  • Reading of Drawings
  • Identification of Materials
  • Practical Drawings
  • Marking off Steel

Basic Hand and Tool Skills

Is to understand the use of Hand Tools.

  • Safety
  • Filing
  • Drilling
  • Grinding
  • Basic Shield Metal Arc Welding

Rigging

rigger is a person who specializes in the lifting and moving of extremely large or heavy objects, often with the assistance of a crane or derrick or chain hoists.

  • Safety
  • Hand Tools
  • Tool Identification
  • Tool Inspection
  • Theory of Rigging
  • Basic Practical use of Tools
  • Rigging Study
  • Basic of Overhead Crane
  • Basic of Mobile Crane
  • Hand Signs for Overhead & Mobile Crane
  • Calculation of Loads
  • Risk Assessment

Rigging Splicing

Splicing of manila rope and steel wire rope e.g. Long Splicing / Short Splicing

  • Long Splice
  • Short Splice
  • Grommet Splice                     Splicing Manila Splice
  • Back Splice
  • Thimble Splice
  • Long Splice
  • Liverpool Splice
  • Admiralty Splice                      Splicing Steel Wire
  • Grommet Splice

CNC Programming

A CNC programmer, named after the computer numerically controlled machines they create programs for, are also called numerical tool and process control programmers.

  • Introduction to CNC Work and Turning
  • Using Measuring Equipment
  • Reading of Drawings
  • Reading of Tooling Data Sheet
  • Basic G and M Codes
  • Basic Mathematical Solutions
  • Introduction to CNC Programming Using Fanuc O – T Control
  • Introduction to Machine Setting Using Fanuc O – T Control Understanding of Tools Offsets

CNC Milling / CNC Turning

  • CNC Turning Programming / Milling Programming
  • Basic Structure for Fanuc Keyboard & Control
  • Basic ISO G & M Codes

Quality Control

Quality control is a procedure or set of procedures intended to ensure that a manufactured product or performed service adheres to a defined set of quality criteria or meets the requirements of the client or customer.

  • Standards for Engineering Drawings
  • Common Abbreviations used in Engineering Drawings
  • Using Measuring Equipment

Cutting Torch

Oxy-fuel welding (commonly called oxyacetylene welding, oxy welding, or gas welding in the U.S.) and oxy-fuel cutting are processes that use fuel gases and oxygen to weld and cut metals, respectively.

  • Safety
  • Measuring
  • Cutting Torch Introduction & Practical

Plasma Cutting

Plasma cutting is a melting process in which a jet of ionised gas at temperatures above 20,000°C is used to melt and expel material from the cut. During the process, an electric arc is struck between an electrode and the workpiece.

    • Safety

Angle Grinding

An angle grinder, also known as a side grinder or disc grinder, is a handheld power tool used for grinding (abrasive cutting) and polishing. Angle grinders can be powered by an electric motor, petrol engine or compressed air.

  • Safety
  • Cutting

Surface Grinding

Surface grinding is used to produce a smooth finish on flat surfaces. It is a widely used abrasive machining process in which a spinning wheel covered in rough particles (grinding wheel) cuts chips of metallic or non-metallic substance from a workpiece, making a face of it flat or smooth.

  • Safety
  • Reading and Understanding of Drawings
  • Measuring Equipment
  • Parts of a Surface Grinder
  • How to set up and hold workpieces on a Surface Grinder

Welding

Welding is the most economical way to join metals permanently, it is the only way to join 2 or more pieces of metal together to act as a single piece.

  • Safety
  • Hand Tools
  • Grinder
  • Preparation of Material
  • Welding Symbols
  • Welding – All Positions

Test Welding

Welding is the most economical way to join metals permanently, it is the only way to join 2 or more pieces of metal together to act as a single piece.

  • Safety
  • Welding – All Positions

Brazing

Is a metal joining process in which 2 or more metal items are joined together by melting and flowing a filler metal into the joint.

  • Safety
  • Hand Tools
  • Grinder
  • Welding Positions

Silver Soldering

Is a metal joining process in which 2 or more metal items are joined together by melting and flowing a filler metal into the joint.

  • Safety on Oxygen & Acetylene
  • Silver Soldering
  • Copper to Copper
  • Preparation of Material
  • Sweating

Auto Electrical

Repairs of any electrical faults on your vehicle.

  • Reading of Wire Diagrams
  • Fault Finding of Circuits
  • Repair to Competent Level
  • Safety & Workshop Tools
  • Testing of Components
  • Use of Hand Tools and Equipment

Hydraulics

The use of Hydraulics in industry.

  • Safety
  • Principals of Hydraulics
  • Fluid Power
  • Pascall’s Law
  • Pressures
  • Atmospheric Pressure
  • Barometric Pressure (Flow)
  • Bernoulli’s Theorem
  • Series and Parallel Circuits (Industry Specific)
  • Tubes Hoses and Internal Passages
  • Reading Circuits and Diagrams (Layout and Design)
  • Hydraulic Circuits Design and Components
  • Hydraulic Circuits Design and Components Placement – Practical
  • Practical Circuits and Fault Finding

Pneumatics

The use of Pneumatics in the industry.

  • Safety
  • Principals of Pneumatic – Pressure – Atmospheric Pressure
  • Barometric Pressure – Flow
  • Series and Parallel Circuits (Industrial Specific)
  • Practical Demonstration
  • Pneumatic Circuits and Components
  • Bernoulli’s Principals
  • Tubes – Hoses and Internal Passages
  • Pneumatic Lines – Practical
  • Practical Circuit Building and Fault Finding

Petrol and Diesel Mechanic

Repair of vehicle (Brake / Clutch / Engine) all parts

  • Fault Finding
  • Repair to Component level of petrol / diesel motors
  • Regular Maintenance on Vehicles
  • Safety, operation of lifting equipment
  • Electrical Fault Finding & Repairs
  • Identifying and purpose of Mechanic Tools

Panel beating

Repairs of accident damage.

  • Panel Beating Basics
  • Metal Stretching Repairs
  • Shrinking Techniques
  • Panel Repairs
  • Dent Pulling and Filling
  • Finishing and Preparation for Paint
  • Safety in Panel Shop
  • Basic Techniques for Brazing

Spray painting

Respraying of vehicle panels.

  • Basic Painting Techniques
  • Mixing of Paints to Viscosity
  • Colour Toning and Basic Matching of Colours
  • Spray gun Maintenance to competent Level

Fibre Optics Technician

To splice fibre and to test the fibre to see that the network is in a working condition.

  • Health & Safety
  • Housekeeping
  • Preparation of Fibre
  • Civils: ADSS / Installing of Manholes / Installing of Ducting
  • Splicing
  • OTDR
  • Power Meter
  • PON Tester
  • Blown Fibre / Floating
  • Fibre to the Home

OSP Civil Works Specialist

To put up a network either on poles or induct underneath the ground.

    • Health & Safety
    • Basic Environmental Care
    • Traffic Management
    • Trenching
    • Install of Ducting Install of Manholes and Hand Holes
    • ADSS Installation
    • Fibre Cable Handling and Coiling
    • Back Filling & Compactable of Trenches
  • Civils: ADSS / Installing of Manholes / Installing of Ducting

Fibre Splicing

To joint two fibre’s so that it can become one fibre. So you can get to the end to get a network up.

  • Safety
  • Environmental Care
  • Splicing of Fibre Optic Cable

Fibre Optic Splicing and Presenting of Fibre

To splice fibre and coil it neatly inside as splice enclosure.

  • Safety
  • Environmental Care
  • Splicing of Fibre and Presenting of the Fibre in a Splice Enclosure

Fibre Blowing

To blow fibre trough duct to get it from one side to another side.

  • Safety
  • Environmental Care
  • Blowing and Floating of Fibre Cables

OTDR Testing of Fibre

When a network is in and spliced, you test the fibre to see if they all working.

  • Safety
  • Environmental Care
  • Testing of Fibre

Fibre to Home

To put in a network from head end to a house. To provide internet communication.

  • Safety
  • Environmental Care
  • Building of infrastructure and install fibre for the FTTH network

Radar

To see if there are any services under the ground, when trenching you can’t damage it.

    • Safety
    • Environmental Care
  • Testing of serves to mark underground services

Aerial Work

When you install fibre cables on a pole either new poles or poles with existing cables.

  • Health and Safety
  • Environmental Care
  • Full Body Harness Inspection
  • Ladder Inspection
  • Cable Jacket Colouring
  • Pre – Build Survey
  • Ladders Climbing Procedures
  • All Direct Self Support
  • Installation Methods

Trenching

Is done when you want to display fibre cables underground.

  • Safety
  • Trenching
  • Reinstalling

Fibre Optics Technician Subversive Work

To see that network underground is secure.

  • Safety
  • Environmental Care
  • Install infrastructure for Fibre Network

Manholes

Building manholes using bricks, build using instructed measurements and design.

  • Safety
  • Environmental Care
  • Install and build of Manholes

Reinstalling

To remove paving and put it back the same way or better.

  • Safety
  • Environmental Care
  • Reinstall
  • Paving
  • Tar
  • Cement and Grass