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  Florida Community College programs of study
  Workforce Certificate
  Telecommunications Technology (5713)
  This program provides an entry-level course in cabling installation and continuing education courses for a career in telecommunications. The coursework and work experience prepare you to become a cabling installer, repair and maintenance technician, infrastructure designer, and telecommunications project manager.
  Certification and Licensing:
This program will certify students in copper-based and fiber optic cabling.
  Requirements and Curriculum:
Scores on the TABE (Test of Adult Basic Education) determine whether students will be required to enroll in basic skills training for reading, mathematics, and language.
  General Education Courses
  Total General Education Credits:
  Professional Courses
  *VPI 0100 Reading Skills
  *VPI 0200 Mathematical Skills
  *VPI 0300 Language Skills
  EER 0052 Telecommunications/Network Cabling Installation (150/5)
  EER 0053 Telecommunications Repair and Maintenance (150/5)
  EER 0054 Telecommunications Design (150/5)
  EER 0055 Telecommunications Project Management (150/5)
  Total Professional Course Credits:
  Professional Electives:
  Total Professional Elective Credits:
  Total Program Credits: 600 contact hours
20 workforce credits
  *Students who have satisfactory test scores are not required to take these courses.
  Application Procedures:
A high school diploma or equivalency degree is not required for admission. However, students in this program must take the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) and score at or above the ninth-grade level prior to enrollment or during the first three weeks of class. To enroll, complete an FCCJ membership application and pay a one-time application fee of $15. Also, you must be advised by the instructor or program director before enrolling in courses.
  Total Tuition and Fees: Estimated tuition*: $1,100 (*for Florida residents, as of 7/04)

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