Overview

The Network Cable Installation program provides students the opportunity to get hands-on experience, in a classroom setting, to prepare them for employment in a high-demand field.

Learn to install low-voltage communication distribution systems. These systems comprise the physical architecture that supports voice, video and data transmissions in residential, industrial and commercial structures.

Admissions

An application is not required for this program.

English is the language of instruction at Assiniboine. All applicants educated outside of Canada or in a country not on the test exempt list are expected to meet the English language proficiency requirement. See assiniboine.net/elp for more information.

If you don’t meet these admission requirements please visit our adult learning page for more information on assessment of special circumstances.

NEXT STEP

This program does not require an application. Courses for this program are not offered this term. Sign-up to stay informed of when courses become available.

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Careers & Connections

Careers

This program prepares students for employment in network cable installation or to branch out and start their own business and contract services to larger installation companies.

Courses & Costs

To receive a Network Cable Installation document of achievement, students must successfully complete 100 academic hours. Course offerings are subject to change and may vary by intake.

Tuition, fees and Student Association fees total approximately $1,500. All fees are estimated and are subject to change without notice.

Course Number
Course Title
Hours
WRKP-0062
Cable Installation
40
WRKP-0063
Customer Service
20
WRKP-0064
Job Safety
20
WRKP-0065
Small Business Basics
20

Note: Timelines, applicable industry experience, and teaching methodology will depend on program delivery choice; program information sheets subject to change without notice.

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Fast Facts

Frequently Asked Questions

Why are courses not offered every term for this program?

Courses in a program are offered based on several considerations such as, but not limited to, instructor availability, seasonality, demand, etc.