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Certified Network Infrastructure Design Professional (CNIDP) Full Program (CNIDP)

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Detailed Course Outline

Core Unit

Design Principles

  • Assess requirements
  • Information gathering
  • CDMQ
  • Constraints
  • Capacity planning

Standards

  • Standards organisations
  • Cabling standards
  • Installation standards
  • Electrical standards
  • Network and application standards
  • Building Information Modelling (BIM)

Spaces & Working Areas

  • Building Entrance Facility (BEF)
  • Main Equipment Room (MER)
  • Building Distributor (BD)
  • Floor Distributor (FD)
  • Horizontal/work area distribution

Site Survey

  • Site survey Process
  • Greenfield and brownfield impacts
  • Formulation of site survey report

Cabling Sub-systems (ISP & OSP)

  • OSP cabling u Backbone cabling
  • Horizontal cabling
  • Network cabling

Network Architecture

  • Ethernet
  • VoIP
  • CCTV
  • Wireless
  • Access control
  • Environmental management
  • Fire alarms

Pathways & Containment

  • Cable distribution systems
  • Raised access floor
  • Confined spaces
  • OSP cable duct systems

Fire Stopping

  • Types and specifications
  • Mechanical and non-mechanical
  • Regulations and testing

Bonding & Earthing

  • Regulations
  • Protective Earth (PE)
  • Equipotential bonding
  • Electrical and UPS

Test & Commission Specification

  • Commissioning process
  • Certification test methods
  • Testing standards

Professional Unit

Understand the Design Process

  • Roles of the design team
  • Design stages
  • Contracts
  • Tools and traits for success

Customer Requirements Assessment

  • Conducting customer interviews
  • Identifying key stakeholders
  • Needs analysis
  • Scope, plan and schedule

ITT/RFQ Development

  • RFP/RFQ objectives and structure
  • Formulation of RFP/RFQ
  • Scope review
  • Bid submission
  • Change management

Bid Evaluations & Contract Negotiations

  • Bid evaluation techniques
  • Shortlist interviews
  • Contract negotiations
  • Contract award

Project Execution

  • Project delivery cycle
  • Contractual and professional obligations
  • Project scope and schedule
  • Quality assurance/change management
  • Installation and test sequences
  • Communication plan
  • Manage stakeholder expectations

Administration, Documentation & Plans

  • Identification systems
  • Test results and reports
  • As-built documentation
  • Hand-over process
  • Warranty compliance

Commissioning and Closure

  • Commission and test sequence
  • Test results and documentation
  • Snag/punch list process
  • Customer handover
  • Customer training
  • Project closure process

Throughout this program students will work on an individual campus based case study.

 

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