Copper Jointing

Copper Jointing has been designed to provide participants with the skills and knowledge required to joint metallic conductor cable in underground situations, pits, jointing enclosures or above ground, as well as on the service provider side of the network boundary in communications applications.

This recommended for all safety precautions and understand about joint metallic conductor cable for indoor and outdoor installations, cable upgrades and maintaining infrastructure in domestic, commercial and industrial situations.

how we work with copper Jointing:

  • Understand the Telstra/NBN customer access network.
  • Understand the purpose of underground conduits and cable, jointing pits, manholes, poles, cable joints and the pillars from which Distribution Area (DA) cable.
  • Read cable plans and choose jointing enclosures and cables to meet the requirements of a work order.
  • Install cables in jointing enclosures, seal entry from moisture and join the copper pairs in the joint.
  • Terminate the distribution cables and cross connect them to the main cables, which connect to the Exchange.
  • Make cable joints on poles for aerial cable lead-ins to the customer premises.
  • Understand the fundamentals of electricity and telecommunications transmissions.
  • Test your cabling work.
  • Understand all safety risks and precautions that should be taken.