Learn a trade for free.
Free, fully funded Trainee Telecoms Engineer course in Bradford.
Totally free training
We are seeking trainee Telecommunication Engineers, due to the shortage of skilled people in the UK
You will undertake an intense 7/8-week training programme, where you will gain the necessary skills required for progression to entry level jobs.
7/8 weeks intense course
No experience required
Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm
How does it work?
BTEC Levels 2&3
Receive BTEC Levels 2&3 Diploma in Professional Competence to Telecoms, a highly sought after profession
The course is fully funded by the Govenerment for anybody over the age of 19
Seven-to-eight-week training programme – Monday to Friday 9am til 4pm
Real reviews from real people
“Just finished the course. Would definitely recommend. Lovely staff, great training facilities.”
“I took the course at Oldham. My teacher was fantastic and made the course fun. He was very knowledgeable and I thoroughly enjoyed the six weeks. I wish Eric and all the company the very best in the future.”
“Great course! Really enjoyed it and have already been offered employment.”
“I must say I highly recommend it for anyone who’s looking for work or is interested in a career change. It’s a very informative and challenging course and the tutor John is an absolute gentleman and a scholar. If you want to put yourself through your paces and fancy challenging yourself, give it a go!”
You will learn
Installing and Maintaining IT Hardware and Equipment
Software Installation and Upgrade
Technical Fault Diagnosis
Testing ICT Systems
Principles of communication
Methods of networking
Health and Safety in ICT
Fibre and copper
Customer Care for IT and Telecoms Professionals
Data Structures and Algorithms
Installing Telephone and Internet lines on the BT Phone Network
completing the course gain employment
Thousands of successful course graduates
What does a Telecoms Engineer do?
Telecommunications engineers (or telecom engineers) install, test, and repair communications systems.
This includes fixed-line and mobile telephone networks, copper wire and fibre-optic cabling, and digital satellite systems.
On average, trainee telecoms engineers will earn around £30k in their first year, with huge earning potential as you gain more experience.
- Installing, connecting, and testing cabling
- Diagnosing and fixing faults in systems
- Working with aerial rigging and related equipment
- Installing mobile and static antenna on buildings or masts
- Building and testing telecommunications components and equipment.