This course is aimed at experienced personnel working within the electrical industry, who would like an insight into the technical aspects of Fire Alarms Systems and the associated underpinning knowledge for this important area.
Who Will Benefit?
This course is primarily aimed at those, including electricians, who are seeking knowledge on the processes involved in the initial installation of fire detection and fire alarm systems.
However, we recommend that delegates who may wish to attend this course, have an understanding of standard electrical terminologies and hold an up to date 17th edition wiring regulations certificate, which is normally evidenced by the delegate having a City and Guilds 2382 certificate (or equivalent).
- Types of Systems - Siting for call points and detectors - Alarms and the limitations to use - Cable types required - Segregation of cables - Cable volt drop (low voltage) - Installer’s and duty holder responsibilities - Minimising false alarms - Testing the wiring and components - Fire alarm Certification Assessment
Although this is a non accredited course, we can provide delegates with an optional short examination. All delegates receive a certificate of attendance with successful delegates passing the optional examination, receiving a certificate accredited by the training provider.
This course is non accredited - however the course does provide delegates with essential background knowledge.
The course either has new dates in data loading, or is only run as a dedicated or In Company course.