Best Practice for the Design, Installation and Maintenance of Intruder and Hold-Up Alarm Systems

Best Practice for the Design, Installation and Maintenance of Intruder and Hold-Up Alarm Systems

Best Practice for the Design, Installation and Maintenance of Intruder and Hold-Up Alarm Systems

Best Practice for the Design, Installation and Maintenance of Intruder and Hold-Up Alarm Systems

Overview

Accredited for the Security Institute’s CPD scheme, this course explains the principles of design, installation and maintenance of intruder and hold-up alarms to ensure they generate confirmed alarms.

Why attend?

Understanding the requirements of the PD 6662:2017 (including BS 8243) and the recommendations in EN 50131-1 is vital for installers wishing to achieve the standards required to generate confirmed alarms. In order to become NSI approved and maintain approval, companies will be assessed against these requirements.   

This course counts as six structured CPD hours for Security Institute members.

A course booklet and supporting documentation will be given to each delegate, along with a certificate of attendance.

Who should attend?

Designers and specifiers of intruder and hold-up alarms
Engineers and installers of intruder and hold-up alarm systems

Training, Facilities and Event Co-ordinator

Maxine Dent

To discuss your training needs, please contact Maxine, our Training, Facilities and Events Co-ordinator.

T: 01628 764831

price-tag

£337.00 plus VAT

Currently, our trainers can only deliver this course onsite at your premises. For further information, please contact Maxine.

The course covers the following aspects:

Security risk assessments

Grading criteria for alarms

System design specification

Installation requirements

Testing, commissioning and handover

Maintenance

NSI Classroom Training

Learning outcomes

  • Be confident with the compliance requirements and recommendations of the standards.
  • Understand the underlying principles of graded systems and how to identify the appropriate grade.
  • Be able to apply the design concepts of an intruder alarm system based on the outcome of a security risk assessment.
 

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