This BTEC Advanced Level 5 Foundation CCTV Systems Design course, is an interactive online course and is intended for people with little or no knowledge of CCTV. It has been specially designed to provide the underpinning knowledge and understanding required to be able to design a cost-effective CCTV system that conforms to current international and national standards. It introduces the student to the basic fundamentals of closed circuit television. The student will learn the basic skills and underpinning knowledge to install and maintain closed circuit television. Each section of the course covers a particular topic of CCTV without going into the technical or mathematical details which would be required by someone carrying out equipment servicing at component level or equipment design. While working through the course, try to bear in mind not only the importance of the individual sections, but also be aware of the relationship between them and that they must all work with each other to create a system. Read More

Professional Practices of Security Network Design (BTEC Level 5 Certificate) The Professional Practices of Security Network Design Course is perfect for those looking to develop a deep understanding of IP & Networking. This tutor supported course is intended for people with little or limited knowledge of computers or IP networks. It is packed with the essential knowledge needed to design, plan and build effective fully operational IP based security solutions and most importantly learning about the pitfalls to avoid. Over twelve fascinating course modules you will cover the fundamentals of digital cameras, local area networks and IP. Each module is supported by Self Assessment Questions and throughout the course there are a number of assessments and projects designed to check and reinforce your learning progress. On completion of the course there is a final assessment and a detailed project to provide the opportunity for you to put the theory learned into practice.   Study Times and Entry Requirements The course contains 12 course modules, each requiring approximately 20 hours of study. There are no prerequisites and no qualifications needed to enrol.   Overview This course consists of 21 sequential modules (12 course modules, 4 Assessments, 4 Projects and 1 User Guide to Downloading and Uploading Documents). Each of the modules has to be completed in sequence before you can move onto the next. The running order can be viewed within the 'Content' tab. For Example: Module 1 - Introduction & Standards When you reach the end slide of Module 1 and press the 'Finish' button, Module 2 becomes available etc. You are required to achieve 60% or above in all assessments and projects to pass this Level 5 course. Read More

The electronic article surveillance systems that many people are familiar with are used in retail environments to stop goods being stolen.They work by detecting tagged or labelled products being carried through a surveillance area which which is generated between pedestal readers or gate reader devices.EAS is important because it represents a truly progressive industry. It is used worldwide so represents an internationally accepted security technique.This Bitesize course will take you through the basics. Read More

Basic knowledge of electronics is an essential requirement for anyone working in the security systems industry. Tavcom's Online Electronics Principles course - with a level 3 Tavcom certification - has been specifically designed for students with little experience of electronics.  It provides a good fundamental knowledge of the basic concepts of the electronic laws, together with many other principles and components used within this industry.  Without complex mathematics or very technical language we provide information needed to install, service and maintain security equipment. Self assessment questions are followed at the end of the course by a timed online assessment paper.  Course content: Introduction to electronics Volts, current and resistance Ohms law Electronic symbols and components Series and Parallel Ohms law power Alternating and direct current Power supplies and batteries Circuit protection Digital binary code Test equipment and measurement Health and Safety Read More

The role of emergency lighting is to allow a safe evacuation of the building to be made when the mains supply fails. This is achieved by the use of special luminaries or lamps and batteries. Emergency lighting must also enable the building to meet fire safety legislation in a way that is visually acceptable and satisfy the users needs for operation and maintenance. This Bite Size course will give you an understanding of emergency lighting from a technical standpoint. Read More

All companies in the UK must comply with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. This Order was made, under the Regulatory Reform Act 2001 to replace most fire safety legislation with one basic order.  It means that any person who has some level of control in a given premises must take reasonable steps to reduce the risk from fire and also make sure people can safely escape if there is a fire. Read More

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