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This is one of our many SAQCC-Fire Accredited training courses for individuals interested in registering as a Fire Detection and Alarm System Cabler.

This training course is the 2nd component for the Fire Detection and Alarm System Cabler and is provided for persons who require knowledge of Fire Detection and Alarm System Cables and their application for Fire Detection and Alarm Systems.

Types of support methods of cables is presented.

Learners who have completed this course will have a thorough working knowledge of the various types of cables and conduit used in Fire Detection and Alarm Systems, and understand how to install cables and conduit.

Competency levels are tested with as much practical exercises as possible minimizing the amount of written tests.

The prerequisites for the Cabling and Conduit training course are as follows:

  • ABET 3 in Literacy
  • Evidence of having successfully completed the “Safety, Workshop Practice and Hand Tools” course in the form of a certificate from an approved SAQCC Fire training facility

This training course is presented as follows:

 

Module 1 - Cables and Cabling

1.0 - Identify different cable types

Specific topics addressed:

  • Ripcord
  • FR20
  • PH30
  • PH120
  • Steel Wire Armoured
  • Coaxial
  • Telephone cable
  • Electrical cables
  • Communication cables Cat 5, mylar etc
  • Linear heat cable
  • Fibre optic cable

1.1 - Installation of cables

Specific topics addressed:

  • Determine safe cable routes
  • Avoidance of electrical cables
  • Separation of cables from other services
  • Know how to run cables on a tray
  • Run cables on cable ladders
  • Run cables in trunking
  • Run cables in conduit
  • Run cables through walls
  • Run cables through floors
  • Bury cables in the structure of the building
  • Pulling cable off of a drum
  • Bend radius of cables

1.2 - A class and B class wiring

Specific topics addressed:

  • Identify the difference of "A" class wiring and "B" class wiring
  • Know the difference between zones and loops
  • Understand the separation of the outgoing leg and the return leg of the cable

1.3 - Cable schedules and Labelling of cables

Specific topics addressed:

  • Read different cable schedules and cable drawings
  • Understand the importance of labelling cables
  • Determine the different methods of labelling and identifying cables
  • Understand cable numbering

1.4 - Cutting and stripping of cables

Specific topics addressed:

  • Understand the correct tools for cutting of cables
  • Understand the correct tools for stripping of the cables
  • Cutting cables to the correct length

 

Module 2 - Cable Support Methods

2.0 - Identifying cable support methods

Specific topics addressed:

  • Identify PVC conduit and trunking
  • Identify galvanised steel conduit
  • Identify steel trunking
  • Identify cable trays, ladders, baskets
  • Identifying cable clips and cleats

2.1 - Fixing materials

Specific topics addressed:

  • Concrete fixings
  • Brick fixings
  • Dry wall fixings
  • Ceiling fixings
  • Conduit fixings
  • Clips for steel beams
  • Different drill bit types
  • Correct drill sizing for the fixing

 

Fire Detection and Alarm System Cabler

Upcoming Cabler Courses

Safety and Workshop Practice 08:00 @ Boksburg Training Centre, Boksburg
Jun2Thu

Cabling and Conduit 08:00 @ Boksburg Training Centre, Boksburg
Jun3Fri

Safety and Workshop Practice 08:00 @ CAB Conference Centre, Cape Town
Jul5Tue

Cabling and Conduit 08:00 @ CAB Conference Centre, Cape Town
Jul6Wed

Safety and Workshop Practice 08:00 @ Boksburg Training Centre, Boksburg
Sep1Thu


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