Unified Communications Technician Level 3 (Standard)

Integrating and harmonising communications technology

Who is it for?

The primary role of a Unified Communications Technician is to establish and maintain communications systems under supervision, using a range of remote and physical tools and equipment.

Responsibilities would likely include the installation of basic communication hardware and software, responding to routine service requests from internal and external sources including fault rectification across a range of technologies.

This role will require the individual to work alone or as part of a team in an office or at remote sites as required.

Course Details

  • Duration: 24-30 Months
  • Member: On application
  • Non-Member: On application

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Objectives

Qualifications

  • English Functional Skills Level 2 (If required)
  • Maths Functional Skills Level 2 (If required)

Arrangements

  • Programme induction
  • Block and/or day release training
  • Training in the workplace
  • Formative assessment throughout the programme
  • Regular progress reviews

Off-the-job Training

  • Within this apprenticeship there is an expectation that 20% of the teaching, learning and development will be undertaken through off-the-job training.

Course Overview

Technical Competencies

  • Analyses system problems
  • Selects the most appropriate solution to the fault
  • Installs and configures appropriate component and or systems appropriate to the organisation
  • Selects the appropriate diagnostic tools
  • Undertakes hardware or software upgrades
  • Interprets technical specifications for activities and maintains accurate records
  • Responds effectively with customers
  • Documents completed tasks in accordance with agreed organisational procedures
  • Competently cables or connects equipment in line with technical requirements
  • Installs and work with a variety of digital communications mediums

Technical Knowledge/Understanding

  • Knowledge of networks: data, protocols, main factors affecting network performance and approaches to
  • Error control
  • Cloud services / solutions
  • Routers and switches
  • IT test or diagnostic equipment
  • Different types of cabling and connectivity
  • Security principles including software, access, encryption and regulation
  • Firewalls
  • VPN and Remote Access Security
  • Data, including network architectures
  • Back-up and storage solutions
  • Service level agreements
  • Digital communication technologies

Skills, Attitudes and Behaviours

  • Logical and creative thinking skills
  • Problem solving skills, working independently and to take responsibility
  • Use own initiative with a thorough and organised approach
  • Ability to work with a range of internal and external people
  • Communications
  • Maintain productive, professional and secure working environment

Assessment
  • Project showcasing competencies, knowledge and behaviours
  • Portfolio Assessment
  • Interview

Course Dates

Flexible to suit


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