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    • Course code
    • Location
    • Length
      Part Time

      1.5 years

    • Commencing
      February, October
    • How to Apply
      Direct to Chisholm by selecting the "Apply now" button on the course page.

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    • Traineeship Combines accredited training with your job.

    Certificate IV In Telecommunications Network Engineering (ICT40210)

    Become a telecommunciations network specialist and develop a range of telecommunication skills.

    When you complete the Certificate IV in Telecommunications Network Engineering, a nationally recognised qualification, you’ll be able to install, maintain, test and manage the delivery of network infrastructure to meet regulatory and client requirements.

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      A range of areas are covered, including emerging and converging technologies, optical and wireless equipment for high speed broadband network infrastructure, internet protocol (IP)-based network telecommunications equipment, IP-based networks for residential and business enterprises, telecommunications, cabling and infrastructure, converging voice, video and data IP networks.

    • Possible job outcomes

        IP based network installer

        Network security equipment installer

        SME network installer

        Home Network Installer

        Optical Network Equipment Installer

        Secure IT network installer

        Radio Technician

        Wireless LAN Installer

        Wireless Network Equipment Installer

        Customer premises equipment installer

        Telecommunications network technician

        RFID System Installer

        Sustainability network equipment installer

        Customer computer system installer

    • Sample units of study

      ICTTEN4126A - Install and configure internet protocol TV in a home network

      ICTTEN4081A - Locate, diagnose and rectify faults

      ICTTEN3056A - Install telecommunications network equipment

      ICTTEN4199A - Install, configure and test a router

      ICTTEN4229B - Design, install and configure a customer smart grid network

      ICTRFN4095A - Conduct radio frequency measurements

      ICTSUS4185A - Install and test power management software

      ICTTEN4050A - Install and configure a wireless mesh network

      ICTTEN4198A - Install, configure and test an internet protocol network

      BSBSMB405B - Monitor and manage small business operations

      ICTPMG4152A - Manage the delivery of network infrastructure

      ICTTEN4210A - Implement and troubleshoot enterprise routers and switches

      ICTTEN4078A - Commission an electronic system

    • Costs

      Maximum course tuition fee* (GST exempt):

      Government subsidised concession: $624.00
      Government subsidised: $3120.00
      Full fee: $7098.00

      Materials fee: $92.00  per year  (GST Inclusive)

      Student services and amenities fee**: $175.00  per year for government subsidised and full fee or $75.00 per year for government subsidised concession  (GST Inclusive)

      Ancillary fee: $25.00

      *The student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.
      ** Concession rate $75, but only if concession rates are applicable for this course.
      Check here to see if you are eligible for government-subsidised training. Training to eligible students is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth funding.

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    Applying and Enrolling

    To enrol at Chisholm, you need to apply, and then be accepted. Procedures to apply for courses vary. A TAFE application may go through VTAC, for example. In other cases the application may be direct to Chisholm or through your employer or school. View the specific course page to find out how to apply.

    With a successful Chisholm application, in some cases,  you may need to attend an information session or submit a portfolio prior to completing your enrolment.

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