Courses Details
Course Overview
RCDDs set the benchmark for the ICT industry, and DD102 is an essential course in preparing you to earn that elite designation.

DD102 is an intensive, hands-on course focused on the design of structured cabling systems. Offering hands-on skill building activities from day one, this knowledge-intensive course instructs you in real-world tasks, preparing you for design roles outside of the classroom.

Assignments from the award-winning Telecommunications Distribution Methods Manual (TDMM) augment your learning,allowing you to prepare questions for the classroom.Through the use of case studies, schematic and construction drawings, and real-life scenarios, you will learn to design codes and standards-compliant telecommunications infrastructure, beginning where the cabling enters the building to any telecommunications environment within the building. In addition to structured cabling, all facets of design for the support infrastructure, including telecommunications spaces, pathways, bonding and grounding, and firestopping are included in the course.

DD102 has been structured to maximize your take-away from the class. Students work together to complete a final group project, allowing immediate use of new knowledge and skills learned in the classroom.

You will earn 37 Continuing Education Credits (CECs) for successfully completing the program.  
Course Schedule
Target Audience
  • ICT designers with at least two years of on-the-job experience in low-voltage cabling systems
  • Professionals responsible for designing IP-enabled building systems (e.g., security, AV, HVAC)
  • Individuals preparing to take the RCDD exam
  • Individuals looking for a review of telecommunications distribution systems
Course Prerequisites
DD102 is designed for those who have a minimum of two years of experience in the design and specifications of cabling infrastructure systems. If you do not meet the requirements, BICSI strongly recommends that you complete DD101 prior to enrolling in DD102.
Course Outline
Course Highlights

Codes, standards and regulations
Telecommunications pathways and spaces
Backbone and horizontal distribution systems
Bonding and grounding (earthing)
Telecommunications administration
Outside Plant (OSP) and campus cabling