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The students ask for the details of the customer’s needs, listens intently, echoes back the requested needs of the project accurately

The student identifies the codes and standards that apply to the running of cable in a residence. Accurately identifies the installation heights of jacks.
Plans for routing the cable from the demarcation point to the desired locations are well thought out, exterior walls are avoided, electrical and mechanical installations are unaffected.
The terminations are done to standards. Cables are tested and pass all appropriate parameters. Workmanship is neat, little waste of supplies is evident, jacks are straight and flush with the wall.
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The students ask for the details of the customer’s needs, listens to the customer’s requests, echoes back most of the requested needs of the project
The student identifies some of the codes and standards that apply to the running of cable in a residence. Accurately identifies the installation heights of jacks.
Plans for routing the cable from the demarcation point to the desired locations are thought out, exterior walls are avoided, and electrical and/or mechanical installations are not identified in the plan.
The terminations are done to standards. Cables are tested and pass all appropriate parameters. Workmanship is a little rough, some waste of cable is evident, jacks are straight and flush with the wall.
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The students ask for the details of the customer’s needs, half heartily listens, can only repeat a part of the requested needs of the project
The student cannot identify the codes however, can identify some of standards that apply to the running of cable in a residence. Accurately identifies the installation heights of jacks.
Plans for routing the cable from the demarcation point to the desired locations are a little vague, wall penetrations are not planned out, electrical and/or mechanical installations are not identified in the plan.

The terminations are done and pass all appropriate test parameters. Cable jackets may be improperly stripped and receded from terminations. Workmanship is a little sloppy, some waste of cable is evident, jacks are not straight and flush with the wall.
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The students ask for the details of the customer’s needs, doesn’t seem to pay attention to the customer and cannot accurately describe the needs of the project
The student cannot identify the codes or standards that apply to the running of cable in a residence or accurately identify the installation heights of jacks.
Little to no planning has occurred for routing the cable from the demarcation point to the desired locations. Exterior walls are verbally identified as possible routes and the student cannot explain the methods for routing the cable.
The terminations are done improperly and not all parameters pass associated tests. Cable jackets may be improperly stripped and receding from terminations. Workmanship is a sloppy, waste of cable and other items are evident, jacks are not straight and flush with the wall.