This book covers the essential tools, equipment, principles, and best practices to successfully install, terminate, and test the infrastructure required to support integrated technology systems. Topics such as jobsite safety, electrical theory, and cable properties are just a few of the critical knowledge areas and skill sets addressed which are necessary to succeed in the rapidly growing technology integration industry. In addition to detailed, pratical information this books explains concepts that will help technicians grow their understanding and be successful in their career. This book follows the framework of the CIT Certification blueprint which was develop through an extensive industry surveys and subject matter input. This book is designed to help individuals prepare for the CEDIA Cabling and Infrastructure Exam and is also an ideal reference to accompany on-the-job training or more formal education programs.
Use the Cabling Infrastructure Technician book to get you or your team up-to-speed quickly – saving time and gaining the know-how they need to succeed.
The Cabling Infrastructure Technician book is a soft-cover book with 330 pages that includes color graphics, a full glossary, and practice questions at the end of each chapter. Published in October 2020.
Table of Contents: Click here to view the detailed table of contents and book introduction pages.
Table of Contents
1 - Introduction to the Industry
2 - Professionalism and Documentation
3 - Basic Mathematics and Electricity
4 - Safety, Codes and Standards
5 - Construction Methods and Materials
6 - Tools and Fasteners
7 - Cable Basics and Premises Wiring
8 - Trimout and Testing
9 - Introduction to Subsystems
10 - Resources
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