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Trainee Telecoms Engineer - No experience Needed

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15 Oct 2021

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Trainee Telecoms Engineer - No experience Needed just the willingness to learn.
If you want a career which offers diversity, scope for creativity, a dynamic environment with an increasing demand in the market then telecommunication engineering might just be your calling.
We are seeking trainee Telecommunication Engineers, due to shortage of skilled people in the UK, You will go through an intense 6 week training programme where you will gain necessary skills required to do the job. No experience required as full training will be given to all successful candidates.
The course is funded by the government for anybody over the age of 19 and unemployed.
Monday to Friday 9am till 4pm for 6 weeks
On the course you will be learning things such as:
* How to install CAT5 & CAT6 Systems
* How to Cap off
* How on Test & Fault find
* How to Install VOIP
* Any many more....
What does a telecommunications engineer do?
Telecommunications engineers (or telecoms engineers) install, test and repair communications systems. This includes fixed-line and mobile telephone networks, copper wire and fibre-optic cabling and digital satellite systems.
Work could include:
* Installing, connecting and testing cabling
* Diagnosing and fixing faults in systems
* Working with aerial rigging and related equipment
* Installing mobile and static antenna on buildings or masts
* Building and testing telecommunications components and equipment.
After the training is completed you will attend an interview to work with one of the largest providers in the market.
Please note the is a free training course with interviews towards the end, you will aslo recieve a Level 2 Telecom qualification once completed
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