ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATION OPPORTUNITIES
As a Communication Infrastructure Technician, you will be enrolled in a trade based Advanced Apprenticeship in Communications Technologies which includes an industry standard level 3 Managing and Supervising Working at Height qualification. You will also be offered the opportunity to undertake Advanced Fibre Optic and structured cabling courses as well as High Risk Confined Spaces course which will give you civilian-based qualifications on successful completion.
ONGOING TRAINING/DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES
As a Communication Infrastructure Technician, there are various opportunities for developing your skill sets. As you undertake new roles, you will have the chance to take courses that will help you meet the challenges in your new posts, such as; CISCO networking, CIDA, Project Management and Defence Instruction Techniques (DIT). Your First Tour For your first assignment, you will be posted to an RAF base in the UK with experienced TG4 CIT’s, where you will be part of small teams responsible for maintaining various RAF stations communications within the UK or Overseas. You will have the opportunity to develop a range of skills which include maintenance of aircraft ground support and navigation aids communications, Fibre optics and structured cabling, radome maintenance and installations and mast and tower construction.