Security and Alarm Systems - Apprenticeship NI (Level 3)
Security and fire systems installers fit and service electronic systems that detect intruders and fire, and control access to buildings or sites electronically.
The course has been designed to support engineers in more senior roles in the electronic security and emergency systems industry e.g. Project/Contract Managers, Technician Engineers/Senior installation Engineers and Supervisors, Sales Engineers, Commercial Managers, Site/Workshop Managers.
On this Apprenticeship, you could be installing fire or security systems and rigging them to control panels; testing systems; explaining to customers how to use the system; and repairing faulty systems.
Some of the units covered may include:
- Audit Electronic Security and Emergency Systems
- Test and Confirm operation of electronic security and emergency systems
- Diagnose and rectify faults on electronic security and emergency systems
- Provide Leadership for your team
- Control contract work for electronic security and emergency systems
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