Radio Network Technician
As an apprenticeship training provider, Semester LD is now able to offer apprenticeships. As such, the Radio Network Technician apprenticeship is now available.
Respectively, the employee could be any of the following:
- Firstly, Communications radio engineer
- Secondly, Radio network engineer
- Radio network technician
- Radio optimisation engineer
- Lastly, Wireless systems engineer
What does a Radio Network Technician’s do?
This occupation is found in Telecommunications operators. For example, this could include: Ministry of Defence and their vendors and suppliers. This role is responsible for broadcasting digital voice and data services via a mobile telecommunications network. As such, this network will deliver these services to specific corporate, public, emergency services and military organisations.
Furthermore, the broad purpose of the occupation is to ensure that digital data and voice networks operate at an optimal level. Accordingly, this is to provide the best possible service to their customers, working as part of a national or regional radio network team. Moreover, the individual will set up, configure, maintain and monitor radio networks to deliver data services. Additionally, operate processes for the design, installation, test, implementation, fault finding and optimisation of radio telecoms networks. Accordingly, an employee in this occupation interacts with internal and external customers, owners of potential new cell site locations, equipment suppliers, internal teams, and cross functional leaders.
The occupation is a mix of office work, on site work and field-based work. An employee in this occupation will be responsible for managing radio network equipment to achieve network performance objectives in terms of service, coverage, quality and availability. They will initiate, own and complete processes, tasks and procedures, supporting wider team to deliver long-term and short-term project priorities. They will use their own initiative, work with minimal supervision, and report into a manager. For further information on the Radio Network Technician, please visit here.
What does Semester LD offer?
Semester LD has a vast experience of dealing with major manufacturers in upskilling their workforce. Correspondingly, this is achieved through our NVQ and HNC programmes in lots of sectors. As such, some of these companies can be found on our About Page.
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