Recently the Jim’s Antennas team from Sydney AND Country NSW successfully obtained their ACMA Structured Cabling Endorsement and were awarded the Nationally Recognised Competency ICTCBL3009A Install, Terminate & Certify Structured Cabling Installation.
This allows the graduates to provide another highly valued service to their clients, that being the ability to legally repair existing telephone lines, as well as install new telephone lines and data points, the latter being a service that will only continue to grow as the demand for the Internet continues.
So if you reside in Sydney, Five Dock, Beverly Hills, Fairfield, Menai, Illawarra, Beacon Hill, Lurnea, Narellan Vale, Colyton, Glenwood, Parramatta, Cronulla or surrounding suburbs and you need a new telephone line or data point you can be sure that Jim’s Antennas has the appropriately licensed technicians to complete the job.
Call 131546 to obtain your no obligation free quote. We would also like to pass on our thanks to our friends at Ramsden for facilitating the training http://www.ramsdentraining.edu.au/
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