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Intruder Alarm Training Courses

Whether you have just started working within the electronic security industry or are just looking to brush up your existing skills, our highly popular ‘hands-on  Intruder Alarm courses will equip you with the knowledge and practical skills required to design, install, service and maintain today’s ‘state of the art’ Intruder Alarm and Perimeter Detection Systems. Enjoy expert tuition in our modern electronic workshops and gain the internationally recognised BTEC qualifications that will launch or develop your career in this rapidly growing market sector.

Are you entering the industry for the first time or just looking to ‘brush up’ your existing skills? Over 5 fascinating days, Tavcom’s expert tutor will equip you with the skills needed to work in this vibrant and rapidly growing sector of the security industry. We will teach you the best way to design, plan, install, repair and maintain intruder alarm systems whilst gaining an understanding of the governing legislation and the electronic principles behind this exciting subject.
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This excellent Intruder Alarms Installation Course is a great blend of classroom theory and hands-on practical training will provide you with the fundamental skills needed to install, commission and maintain ‘state of the art’ intruder alarm systems. The course also explains the requirements and implications of new legislation.
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The electronic security industry is evolving at a rapid pace and people who are involved in the industry need to ensure that their knowledge and skills are up to date to maximise their potential. This course offers individuals the opportunity to bring
their knowledge of integrated security systems completely up to date in a comprehensive 3 day course with expert lecturers and invaluable hands on experience.
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A fully interactive course, designed to provide you with the skills required to carry out risk assessments and surveys in accordance with current British and European standards. The practical design and planning exercises for both individuals and groups introduce all the necessary new grading requirements. People who should consider attending is specifiers, sales engineers and consultants who wish to work lawfully within the new legislative guidelines and to determine the risk assessment of each installation.
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A practical course for practical people balanced with a good measure of relevant classroom theory. This advanced course takes the study of intruder alarm wiring, installation, commissioning, maintenance, diagnostics and repair to higher levels of expertise. Anyone from the security industry who wishes to strengthen their position in the intruder alarm sector should attend this course.
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Faulty and non-maintained intruder and hold-up alarm systems will lead to significant additional demands of police attendance, which may result in that response being withdrawn. In this training course we will cover the most common causes of false alarms and what can be done to identify and rectify the problems.
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European and British standards, codes of practice, work ethics and insurance issues now form an integral part of everyday operations in the security systems industry. Learn to work safely and legally within this extensive framework of regulations. There are no pre-requisites. The course is open to all who are involved with the design , installation, ownership, policing and monitoring of electronic intruder alarm systems.
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Thank you to the CCTV User Group for running the Annual Seminar/Conference this week at the Chesford Grange Hotel in Kenilworth. With a sizable exhibition and conference with many keynote speakers including Tony Porter the Surveillance Camera Commissioner and Jonathan Bamford from the Information Commissioners Office, the event was a great success.

The longstanding Director Peter Fry announced his resignation after many years of service, Peter Webster MSyI the Honorary Chairman of the CCTV User Group for the past 6 years steps in to his shoes.
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