Courses: IRS Networks, Basic Home Networking & Connectivity, Intermediate Home Networking & Connectivity
Graeme is qualified to teach in the adult learning sector (PTTLS City & Guilds). Graeme has been in the industry for over 24 years, starting within the SMATV side of the industry maintaining & installing multiple channel TV distribution systems to Granada and Travelodges across the UK. He then gained qualifications within the audio & lighting industry carrying out installations of large nightclub systems, such as Tiger Tiger, Haymarket & On and On in the Trocadero. He then moved into the AV world gaining qualifications in distribution of audio & video, AV distribution over structured cabling networks & fibre optics. Graeme’s goal is to help open the doors for aerial & satellite companies or individuals to venture into new areas of work, without worrying about the changes in technical knowledge. Graeme’s main role is a tutor for the Basic Home Networking & Connectivity.
Courses: Electrical Safety for Signal Reception Systems, Fibre Optics in Signal Distribution, Risk Assessment & Method Statements, Essential Principles for Installers
Keith was technically trained at Riversdale and Wigan College to HND/BTEC level and became a qualified BBC Broadcast Engineer at Evesham (ERTDR). Keith worked for various companies within the TV maintenance industry until joining the BBC in 1984, after which, he enjoyed a 6-year period of running his own retail, repair and installation business seeing the start of digital broadcasting. Keith joined Fracarro (UK) in 2005 as Technical Operations Manager and became the country Manager in 2006. Keith’s main role as a tutor is running CAI's Fibre Optic Technology course. Keith appeared on CAI's Board up until 2010.
CAI Assessment & Technical Executive
Course: Basic Aerial & Satellite Installation
Kevin has been with CAI since April 2001 and is the Assessment Executive responsible for assessing potential members as well as the existing member companies and ensuring that the Codes of Practice are being adhered to. He also helps to deal with the many technical enquiries that CAI’s growing profile generates, as well as tutoring some of CAI’s basic training courses. Kevin is also in charge of auditing CAI’s aerial and cable Certification Schemes, and is Vice Chairman of CAI's Certification Committee. Kevin is also qualified to teach in the adult learning sector (PTTLS City & Guilds) and is also an A1/A2 assessor (City & Guilds). He is also a Fellow of the SCTE (The Society for Broadband Professionals).