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certification that is necessary is up to the employer and the employee Additional training and certification can be a source of job security and advancement, as well as potential job mobility, to the employee In outside contracting, some form of certification is almost mandatory At the least, the lead technicians should be certified as installers for the type of installation being done, and the contractor should have a staff member with the appropriate cabling design certification The certification is the proof to the customer that the contractor can perform to the level of services required for a successful network cabling installation It also ensures that the installation will meet the entire scope of the specification, not just the modest network performance for the current networking need (For example, a Category 5e installation should meet that performance level, even though the customer is using a lower network speed now) With a proper installation, the network manager will be able to confidently use newer and faster technology, up to the limits to the performance spec, without concern about the wiring integrity
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A very good way to determine the knowledge and training levels that are required for a career in any aspect of computer network cabling is to delineate the various jobs that must be done Many of the training courses define their course offerings by using sample job titles The job responsibilities and skill set are easily divided into the same categories, although in any situation, an individual may perform at more than one level In fact, most cabling and certification programs presume that any particular level of knowledge includes the levels below it However, in reality, the designer job tasks need only a basic understanding of detailed installation techniques and skills, as others perform those tasks Conversely, the installer levels require a high degree of installation skill, but not much knowledge of the finer points of network and cabling design For this discussion, we have divided the job descriptions into four levels: cable system designer, network designer, cabling technician, and cabling installer (Table 181) These levels basically describe the different areas of technical knowledge required of someone who works in the field of LAN wiring The knowledge levels are more easily understood if we characterize each level with a job title and description We will describe each of these jobs briefly, but keep in mind that there are areas of specialization within each level For example, a person may be an experienced and knowledgeable copper cabling installer, with no experience in fiber-optic cabling Thus, within each level, appropriate skills must be included for the specific network-wiring task
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TABLE 181 Cable Technologist Levels Job description Cable system designer Network designer Cabling technician Cabling installer
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Typical roles Supervisor, consultant, estimator, sales, management Cable system designer, network engineer Supervisor, technician, lead installer, team leader Installer, helper/trainee
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Cable System Designer The cable system designer is the person responsible for the overall design and specification of a LAN wiring system This person is also responsible for understanding the entire cable plant, both inside and outside The cable system designer uses the general workplace and network requirements to determine the number and types of cables, locations of workstation outlets and telecommunications rooms, and number and location of wire management devices, including racks, cable trays, ducts, hangers, and consolidation points (or multiuser outlets) The designer works with architects, consulting engineers, builders, wiring contractors, and computer system managers in designing and implementing a cabling system for an enterprise The designer may be employed by, contracting for, or consulting with the data center or project manager Frequently, a person with designer skills is employed by wiring contractors to provide expertise, interpret requirements, and respond to proposal and bid requests from clients The cable system designer must have a thorough knowledge of the standards, technology, and practices of LAN wiring The designer will frequently have additional training and education in technical fields such as electrical engineering and the electrical and telecommunications trades In many cases, the designer will also have experience in all aspects of network system installation, including specific experience in network and telephone wiring The training and testing organizations generally recognize the cable system designer, often by a similar name, as the highest level of cable system expertise We cover some of these specific certifications in a later section Network Designer The job of network designer is to understand the technical aspects of the networking equipment This designation is often used to indicate an addition to the cable
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