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At a time of increasing change within our industry, training and education is essential if you want to keep abreast of the latest technology, design and installation techniques.

The CAI offers a comprehensive, education & skills programme with the objective of ensuring that members have the opportunity to keep themselves and their employees fully up to date with the latest technologies and techniques. It also benefits the customer by providing them with the best possible standard of service.

The CAI's intense courses are designed to develop skills and competencies necessary to meet the demands of the aerial and systems installation industry. The courses are delivered by professionals with real hands on experience in our industry at well-equipped centres around the United Kingdom.training focus slanted border

The CAI Training Focus Brochure is now available for downloading and contains information regarding our team, locations and detailed information on all courses available. 

Please note that successfully passing any CAI Training Course does not give you membership of the Confederation and use of the CAI logo is not permitted. Click to find about useage of the CAI logo.

Basic Aerial Installation
Basic Satellite Installation
An Introduction to IRS
Fibre Optics in Signal Distribution
Basic Home Networking & Connectivity
'Making the Bond' Safety electrical connection requirements for aerial installations
Installation of Motorised Satellite Systems
SMATV & IRS Networks (Distance Learning)
SMATV & IRS Networks - Design and Build
Digital Terrestrial Television - MATV / SMATV Systems
Foundation Diploma in Signal Reception
Systems Integration - An Introduction to Custom Install
Deploying Powerline Networking as a Whole Home Solution
An Introduction to CCTV
Astra2Connect - Broadband Via Satellite
Safe Working at Heights with Ladders - CAI In-House Training
Safe Working at Heights Assessment Refresher (CAI Members Only)
Safe Working at Heights with Ladders