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Apprenticeship training course

Smart home technician (level 3)

Installing, configuring, calibrating, and troubleshooting a range of electrically connected Digital Home Technologies.

Qualification level
Equivalent to A level.
Typical duration
18 months
Apprenticeship category
Construction and the built environment
Maximum funding
Maximum amount government will fund
for apprenticeship training.
Also known as
  • Audio/ video installer
  • Residential network installer
  • Smart home installation technician
Skills an apprentice will learn
  • Using documentation keys, scales and revision numbers.
  • Reading and following installation, architectural and project documentation.
  • Following electrical and constructional health and safety procedures and policies for human safety and accident prevention.
  • Safe isolation & accessory replacement.
  • Connecting and configuring various network connected devices (e.g. typical domestic routers, network switches and wireless access points), securing a network using physical and cryptographic means.
  • Installing and testing typical control hardware.
  • Installation, configuration and testing of typical access control hardware.
  • Installing, configuring, troubleshooting, maintaining and basic calibration of audio, video, and home entertainment systems.
  • Installation and testing of terrestrial & satellite broadcast television, analogue and digital radio receivers.
  • Placing and mounting typical hardware of all types listed within the individual subject areas of this standard.
  • Installing, configuring and testing communication devices.
  • Installing equipment ventilation and battery backup system (UPSs) and interfacing with HVAC and other energy management systems.
  • Installing and testing structured wiring systems using verification tools to PAS 35491.
  • Testing, fault finding and troubleshooting cabling infrastructure, hardware, software, and firmware. Using applicable test equipment to check compliance with agreed specifications.
  • Making modifications to existing construction (e.g. drilling, channelling, cable running, choosing and using appropriate anchoring devices).
  • Troubleshooting basic systems to rectify simple faults.

Full information on Smart home technician (level 3) is available from the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education.

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