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  • Continuous Education Programme

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Continuous Education Programme

Connectix Cabling Systems is committed to investing in training courses and educational workshops as part of Continuous Professional Development (CPD) programs.

We recognise the importance of design and specification knowledge, high quality workmanship and service competence when delivering IT building projects across varying environments.

The Connectix Continuous Education Program gives Building Design Professionals and Connectix Approved Installers the opportunity to learn more on the impact of change in technologies.

Click Here to download our CEP information sheet.

Free Workshop Sessions

  • CEP001 Cabling StandardsStandards Overview and Modern Design Philosophy

    • Standards update
    • Classes, Categories and Constructions
    • To Screen or not to Screen
    • The New Critical Factor – Containment
    • The Future
    • Connectix Cabling Systems – Approach to the future
  • CEP002 PoEAn Overview of Systems, Devices and their uses

    • Standards Overview
    • What is Current & What is coming?
    • The Impact – Why is it important for Electrical Engineers?
    • Design Recommendations & Summary
  • CEP003 Fibre Optic CablingTechnology and Deployment in Modern Buildings

    • Fibre Standards and Connectivity
    • MTP/MPO - An overview
    • High Density Fibre solutions
    • Termination and testing requirements
  • CEP004.1 Data Centre Technology Update

    • Cabling Standards Update – Cat 8
    • Copper Applications Update
    • Fibre Applications Update
    • Connectix Cabling and Cabinets Solutions Overview
  • CEP004.2 Data Centre Technology Update

    • Data Centre Cabling Trends
    • Design, installation and support solutions
    • DCIM tools and solutions
    • Environmental Monitoring & Heat Load Testing
    • Hot/Cold Aisle Containment Solutions
    • UPS, Power & Electrical Trends
  • CEP005.1 Residential SystemsIncorporating Structured Cabling in Modern Building Design

    • Residential/LAN cabling standards and media for residential cabling
    • Cabinet / Enclosure designs and manufacturing capability
    • Overview of Connectix residential cabling projects and designs
  • CEP005.2 Residential SystemsOverview of Satellite,TV and Fibre IRS Systems

    • Principles of Fibre IRS
    • Fibre IRS systems and designs
    • Overview of POS, GTUs, Expanders, Splitters, Convertors and Switchblade
  • CEP005.3 Residential SystemsOverview of Broadband Technologies

    • Introduction to Broadband and Technologies
    • Hyperoptic Fibre to the Building
    • Overview of New Build Processes
    • Project Delivery & Service Support
  • CEP005.4 Residential SystemsOverview of Intelligent Buildings

    • Integration of cabling, AV and IP based technologies
    • Intelligent Building Design and Solutions
    • UC and Collaboration (Integrated voice, video and desktop sharing)
    • Networks and Security
  • CEP006 Construction Product Regulations

    • What is CPR
    • Overview of EuroClassesg
    • Overview of fire performance cable testing
    • Manufacturing requirements
    • Market impact
    • BS6701 2016:A1+2017 status for UK market
  • CEP007 Cabling Standards Update

    • Overview of cabling standards bodies
    • Minimum cabling standard specifications
    • Future technologies and standards
  • CEP008 Introduction to Power over Ethernet and the impact on Structured Cabling

    • What is PoE, how does it work?
    • PoE applications
    • Impact on cabling system design
    • Structured cabling considerations

Connectix CEP Workshops are held on site or at quarterly dates at St. Pauls (London). Duration of the CEP Workshops are between 1 hour to 1 hour 30 mins, or content can be discussed prior to the workshop to accommodate your availability and knowledge requirements.

To request dates of any of the workshops please contact: our sales team at sales@connectix.co.uk

CEP

Graduate Engineer Introductions

Connectix Cabling Systems also recognise an importance to help develop the knowledge and skill set of graduate engineers within the industry. The Connectix Continuous Education Program ‘Graduate Introductions’ give newly qualified engineers the opportunity to improve upon their current industry knowledge and excel into their budding careers within infrastructure and fibre optic technologies.

  • CEP0GE1 Introduction to Fibre Optic Cables and Connectivity and Transmission Types

    • Overview of optical fibre in the LAN
    • Light transmission types
    • Fibre optic types (Multimode Vs Singlemode)
    • Fibre optic transmission speeds
    • Fibre optic cable constructions and applications
    • Overview of optical fibre enclosures
    • Overview of optical fibre connectors
    • Optical fibre cabling standards
  • CEP0GE2 Overview of Fibre Optic Applications, Products and Design Solutions, Standards for Referencing

    • Fibre optic applications (up to 100GBE)
    • Fibre optic components and cabling types
    • MPO/MTP systems
    • CS connector systems
    • Fibre in the data centre

Connectix CEP Graduate Introductions are held on site or at quarterly dates at St. Pauls (London). Duration of the CEP sessions are between 1 hour to 1 hour 30 mins, or content can be discussed prior to the workshop to accommodate your availability and knowledge requirements. Graduate introductions can be held alongside any of the current CEP workshops.

To request dates of any of the workshops please contact: our sales team at sales@connectix.co.uk