You'll cover things like:
- electrical and electronic principles
- working effectively and safely in the electro technical environment.
You'll also choose one specialism from:
- Intruder Alarms
- Access Control
- Fire detection and Alarms
- Electronic Article Surveillance
- Integrated electronic security systems
To gain your Certificate you learn with your training provider - maybe through practical sessions, group discussions or assignments.
Which level is right now me?
You have some knowledge and basic skills in the in the security and emergency sector - you probably work as an engineer. You want to increase your broad knowledge and your skills working with a particular type of system.
At Level 2 you will take multiple choice exams and complete written assignments.
You've worked as an engineer in the systems engineering sector of the security industry for some time - you have plenty of experience. You want to develop your skills further and gain a deeper knowledge of the type of system you work with.
At Level 3 you will take a combination of multiple choice and short answer written exams.