NSI Training courses suitable for those working in the Electronic Security Sector
Contact Maxine Dent, NSI Training Executive, for all queries: E: Maxine.Dent@nsi.org.uk T: 01628 764831
ISO 9001:2015 – Transition
NSI NACOSS Gold approved companies will be affected by the ISO 9001 transition to the 2015 version which is due to be published later this year. The revision brings new thinking to the way a Quality Management System should work.
NSI is running a series of ISO 9001 Transition courses to help you understand the changes and prepare for the impact on your business. The courses are tailored to your needs and are run by those who have a good appreciation of the electronic security sector, providing an industry-specific context.
PD 6662:2004 to PD 6662:2010 Transition (e-learning option only)
This course provides an overview of the fundamental changes in the requirements contained with PD 6662: 2010 compared to those included in PD 6662: 2004. The course includes an introduction to BS 8243: 2010 and DD 263: 2010
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PD6662:2010 + A1:2009 with BS 8243, including System Design Awareness and Grading based on Risk Assessment.
This course is suitable for PD 6662 alarm system designers who require an update of I&HAS standards and an understanding of how to determine a suitable Grade of intruder and hold-up alarm system as defined in EN 50131-1 & 7. The section on Risk Assessment covers the gathering and use of information in order to facilitate system design.
PD6662:2010 + A1:2009 including BS 8243 and DD 263:2010
A Sound knowledge of PD 6662, EN 50131, BS 8243 and DD 263 is essential to designers, installers and maintainers of intruder and hold-up alarms. This one-day course provides an introduction to these Standards and includes an awareness of the new requirements for on-site and remote maintenance practices.
Design Installation and Maintenance of Access Control Systems
A sound knowledge of the requirements contained in NCP 109 is vital if organisations wish to maintain a high standard of design, installation and maintenance of Access Control installations. NCP109 is a recently issued NSI Code of Practice, compliance with which became mandatory on 1st September 2013. Although many of the requirements previously contained within NACP/ICP 30 remain in NCP 109, as a result of industry consultation and the need to embrace new technologies etc., there are now a number of additional features included. This short half day course acts as a refresher to NCP/ICP 30 but also highlights the new content.
Design Installation and Maintenance of CCTV Systems
A sound knowledge of the requirements of NCP 104 is vital if organisations wish to maintain a high standard of design, installation and maintenance of CCTV installations and also to appreciate compliance requirements of BS EN 50132-7 where appropriate. This short half day course explains the principles of determining Operational Requirements and applying System Design and System Operational Criteria.