Network Infrastructure Designer


Card information

A Network Infrastructure Designer is responsible for the design of networking solutions in all types of structured cabling solutions, including complex network infrastructure projects. Structured cabling designs may consist of inside and outside plant and equipment, copper and fibre-optic cables with active and passive network components.

The Network Infrastructure Designer will interpret customer requirements using the appropriate tools to produce compliant design solutions, in accordance with national and international standards. The role can also include the development of Bid Response documents, including clarification documents, qualification statements, costings and project delivery timelines.

Eligibility and requirements

To be eligible for the Network Infrastructure Designer card, applicants must:

1. Hold the BTEC Level 5 Professional Award - Certified Network Infrastructure Design Professional (CNIDP) or approved equivalent

2. Hold a current ECS Health, Safety and Environmental Assessment.

For details about the ECS Health, Safety and Environmental Assessment visit the HS&E Assessment page.

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