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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.

Who should attend?

The course is designed for individuals who have the task of Designing, Installing or Maintaining Access Control installations to ensure compliance with the new NSI Code of Practice NCP 109.

Course Content:

  •  Classification of Access Points (New)
  • Design
  • Installation requirements
  • Commissioning, Handover and Documentation
  • Maintenance
  • Records

General Information

A copy of the presentation slides will be given to delegates in the form of a ‘notes booklet’, plus additional supporting documentation.

This course has been developed by NSI which aims to provide the security industry with relevant, effective and quality training solutions.

Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

Attending this course will contribute 2.5 structured hours towards your CPD requirements.


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