The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Broadband Telecommunications: Field Operations program is designed to provide students with training required for employment in the broadband telecommunications industry. Courses focus on field operations in the various areas of broadband telecommunications including drop service initiation, planning, and maintenance as well as high speed internet procedures.
Students must earn a grade of "C" or better for all courses within the program.
This program is not eligible for Title IV Federal Financial Aid.
This program is offered through an educational partnership. Employment by the partnership organization is required for admission.
|Course #||Course Title||Credits|
|TLT143||Digital Video Systems||2|
|TLT144||Drop Planning and Maintenance||2|
|TLT149||Digital Phone Network Installation||2|
|TLT162||High Speed Internet/Networking||3|
|TLT163||High Speed Internet Technical Training||2|
- Explain drop connection procedures. (TLT142, TLT144)
- Complete customer cable digital video signal reception establishment procedures. (TLT142, TLT143, TLT144)
- Practice planning and installation procedures for Community Antenna Television (CATV) service to a customer address. (TLT142, TLT143, TLT144)
- Explain basic CATV system operation information. (TLT142, TLT143, TLT144)
- Demonstrate procedures for completing telephone network installation procedures. (TLT149
- . Explain component connection and basic electronics principles. (TLT149)
- Summarize various high speed internet products and services. (TLT162, TLT163)
- Demonstrate procedures for completing high speed internet installation and networking. (TLT162)
- Demonstrate navigation of operating systems and troubleshooting common problems and procedures. (TLT163)
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