Alarm Installation Course
Accredited by NCFE
3 days practical course in hard wiring of Intruder Alarm system (BS50131)
£588.00 (All inclusive) – Next start date please call course advisor on 0333 006 4005!
Learn to install a burglar/intruder alarm in a simple way. One course to do, whether you are an electrician or an absolute beginner, it does not matter. Our alarm installation course will start from scratch and make you a confident alarm installer. Our alarm installation course has produced more than 100 alarm installers in a very short period, why not join us and become a qualified alarm installer.
Become an alarm installer, join our popular alarm installation course!
Why choose us?
- 100% Student satisfaction
- 85% practical course
- Don’t restrict yourself to one brand – Training on multiple branded leading alarm panels
- Free career advice on finding a new job or starting a new business in alarm installation
- Course meets all current Industry demands – We practice what we teach, we keep our course 100% updated with current market trends
learn not only one but three types of alarm panels – Texecom, Galaxy-Honeywell, and Pyronix enforcer!
Newspapers, magazines, the evening news – all these mediums shout out loud that London suffers from crimes, especially crimes against properties. This has created a huge demand for Burglar Alarm installation. Why not join our Alarm Installation Course in London and become an approved alarm installer in just 2 days!
Although criminals become more and more sophisticated, most of the intruders are petty thieves: they sneak into homes and perimeters and steal whatever they find at hand.
But, how do these petty thieves manage to do that? Well, the answer is easy:
Owners are not prepared for this situation
They simply do not apply any alarm systems that may deter intruders. They only hope to avoid such a frustrating incident. And bitter too. Surveys show that most families can no longer regain their peace of mind after being burglarized. They suffer from a nagging feeling that their privacy has been stolen. A lot of families simply move out never looking back but the fear remains: what if it happens again?
You can deliver peace of mind
If you are an experienced electrician, now you can help by offering a special service: installing burglar and intruder alarms.
Most business owners and even families need to have an intelligent intruder alarm system installed. As an electrician, you can offer them your expertise in an upgraded package of services or in a stand-alone service.
Whichever way you choose, you create a win-win situation: you have brought more peace to your customer and have created a new source of income for yourself.
How can you learn Burglar Alarm Installation? Is there any course for Alarm Installation?
Burglar and Intruder Alarm Installation Course
This alarm installation course is designed to equip you with the insights of Burglar Alarm Installation & Maintenance.
We provide a fully up-to-date guide to the specification, systems design, integration, installation and maintenance of intruder alarm systems.
Who is this course for?
This alarm installation course is most suitable for those who have strong desire to pursue a career in alarm installation. Having basic knowledge in using common power tools for handling DIY projects would be an advantage. But this course is open for anyone, please click on course details to know more about this course. Course details
The alarm installation course is designed to give you the ability and skills to design and install a domestic and commercial burglar alarm system.
It also arms you with the knowledge of the current regulations (BS50131-1), testing and commissioning of the installation.
What will I get at the end of course?
You will be awarded a Cube level 3 award in Intruder Alarm Installation accredited by NCFE, this certificate will briefly highlight all areas which you have covered on the course.
Our course has been accredited by NCFE, an awarding organisation recognised by the qualification regulators for England and Wales. NCFE’s regulators are the Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual) in England, Qualification Wales and CCEA regulations. This course isn’t regulated by Ofqual but has been accredited by NCFE as a Customised Award.
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The course is designed for anyone who has a desire to pursue a career in the Intruder Alarm Installation industry. However, you are recommended to have basic skills in numeracy, experience in using power tools and a basic understanding of workplace health and safety (Ideally level 2 health and safety at workplace).
What does the course cover?
Intruder Alarm Installation Course
Cube Award in Intruder Alarm Installation – level 3
Accredited by NCFE
FIVE compulsory units must be completed by all students
Introduction to Intruder Alarm
- Basic components used in an Intruder Alarm system
- Wiring different types of detectors
- Using alarm different types of intruder alarm panels
System circuitry and intruder alarm
- Electrical and electronic in intruder alarm
- Ohms law and alarm circuitry
- Practical wiring of different types of detectors using EOL and double pole techniques
- Wiring double pole and end of line circuits using different resistor values
- Wiring SAB (Self-activating bell), keypad and other output circuits
Intruder alarm system designing
- Designing an intruder alarm system for small and medium size businesses and domestic market
- Different grades in intruder alarm system and wiring differences
- Calculating battery size in accordance with British standard
Practical wiring of an Intruder alarm system
- Wiring an intruder alarm panel with detectors using multiple techniques
- Zoning an intruder alarm system
- Connecting the panel with telephone lines for remote signaling
- Alarm receiving centre (ARC)
Inspection testing and commissioning of an intruder alarm system
- Testing all cables for correct resistance level
- Checking detector voltage
- Calculating total current load
- Testing outputs
- Performing walk tests, output tests, and user training
- Installers responsibilities and maintenance
- Completing all required paper works
Successful completion of the course leads to a Cube award in Intruder Alarm Installation – level 3 accredited by NCFE
The overall pass mark is 60% for assessment and written exam.
As this is a level 3 qualification, you are required to sit for a short answer written exam and a practical test. You must score more than 60% to pass the course.
If you fail at your first attempt, you may be given up to two more opportunities to pass it through a reassessment of failed units at the next assessment period. These opportunities to retrieve an initial failure take place at certain times designated by the centre.
And if you fail in both attempts, you must re-take the entire course and pay the full fee.
Can I appeal against the decision of the assessment board?
Yes, you can submit an appeal if you think:
- There has been an error or irregularity in the assessment process
- That the decision is not in accordance with the approved assessment regulations
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Costs, Length, Dates, Number of Candidates
Course Fee: £588.00 (All inclusive)
Course Length: 3 Days
Next Course Due:
This schedule is subject to change. Changes, if necessary, will be posted on this website. Please check with our booking team before making any arrangements.
2nd June 2017
16th June 2017
30th June 2017
14th July 2017
10am – 3pm
Participants: 5 Candidates
Eager to start ASAP? Or have further questions? We are more than happy to hear from you.
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What our students say
Chris Hooper – I have learnt so much in just three days! I now run a security company in Bristol. I thank Ferdinand and his team for delivering an informative and enjoyable course.
Alarm Installer – Bristol
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