Linesworkers install and repair outdoor telecommunications aerials and cables. They examine maps and schematic drawings, then run the data transmission equipment that connects cable TV, radio, broadband, phones, security systems and fire alarms.
As a Linesworker you’ll be cutting and splicing cables, installing splitter systems and distribution hubs — as well as running diagnostic tests and carrying out repairs. Linesworkers are also called cablers and telecommunications riggers.
There are 7 courses available for people who want to become a Linesworker.