In July 2012, the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) implemented changes to the competency requirements for registered cablers. But what do these changes mean for cablers?
The ACMA’s Cabling Provider Rules (CPRs) regulate the performance of cabling work in customer premises. Under the CPRs, cabling providers must be registered by ACMA-appointed registrars. To be registered, you must meet certain competencies that the ACMA has set. These competencies form the basis for training programs developed by Industry Skills Councils (ISCs).