IDF101: ICT Design Fundamentals
Let’s learn the ICT design & distribution systems in this comprehensive workshop.
The Program is developed as the first step for professionals looking to advance their careers, assisting them with both the immediate goal of achieving BICSI credentials and the long-term goal of career advancement. This Program also serves as a transition-point for installers and technicians wanting to transfer to a design-oriented career.
This Course is developed as an introduction to or refresher of key information and communications technology & ICT infrastructure concepts. The purpose of this course is to introduce students to voice/data cabling systems as well as to provide them with a clear understanding of the foundational knowledge required to pursue a ICT design career.
- Structured Cabling Systems
- Media Selection
- Bonding and grounding (earthing)
- Network Design
- Project Management
Who Should Attend?
The IDF101 course is designed for those who have minimal or no experience in the design and specifications of cabling infrastructure systems and for experienced professionals who would want to orient themselves for the ICT design credential programmes.
- ICT professionals with little or no on- the-job experience in low-voltage cabling systems.
- Professionals responsible for designing IP-enabled building systems (e.g., security, AV, HVAC).
- Individuals aspiring for ICT credentials in ICT design (RCDD, OSP. DCDC, RTPM).
- Individuals looking for a preliminary review of telecommunications distribution systems.
What’s In It For Me?
Quality ICT professionals demand attention and respect in the ICT industry, and this course plays an essential part in preparing you to join that elite group.
Having the 13th edition of the Telecommunications Distribution Methods Manual (TDMM) during the course for reference would be an added advantage in easy learning and referencing.