City & Guilds Level 3 Diploma in Electronic Security and Emergency Systems (Intruder Pathway)

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Who is this course for?

This qualification is intended to provide the underpinning specialist technical knowledge for Surveyors and Designers, Installation, Commissioning, Maintenance and Auditing Technicians employed in the Intruder Alarms Systems, Access Control Systems, Fire Detection and Alarm Systems, Integrated Electronic Security Systems - Personnel Alarm Systems, Electronic Article Surveillance Systems and Closed Circuit Television Systems (CCTV) areas of the electronic security and emergency systems industry.

Course description:

Unit 009 Electrical and electronic principles of electro-technology

Unit aim

This unit provides underpinning generic technical knowledge for persons pr…

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Who is this course for?

This qualification is intended to provide the underpinning specialist technical knowledge for Surveyors and Designers, Installation, Commissioning, Maintenance and Auditing Technicians employed in the Intruder Alarms Systems, Access Control Systems, Fire Detection and Alarm Systems, Integrated Electronic Security Systems - Personnel Alarm Systems, Electronic Article Surveillance Systems and Closed Circuit Television Systems (CCTV) areas of the electronic security and emergency systems industry.

Course description:

Unit 009 Electrical and electronic principles of electro-technology

Unit aim

This unit provides underpinning generic technical knowledge for persons preparing for any one of the electronic security systems specialist area qualifications, or simply to support their employment in any area of this industry.

Learning outcomes

There are eight learning outcomes to this unit. The learner will be able to:

  1. Understand 'charge' and 'current' in electrical circuits and their applications in the electronic security and emergency systems industry.
  2. Understand Electromagnetism and Electromagnetic Induction and their applications in the security and emergency systems industry.
  3. Understand Alternating Currents and Electrical Power in the security and emergency systems industry.
  4. Understand Electronic Components, Circuits and their application to systems in the security and emergency systems industry.
  5. Understand Internet Protocol (IP) and its application to the security and emergency systems industry.
  6. Understand Communication methods and Signal Transmission systems in the security and emergency systems industry.
  7. Understand Electro/Electronic Measurement and Test procedures used in the security and emergency systems industry.
  8. Understand how standards and regulations influence and control electro/electronic applications in the security and emergency systems industry.

This unit is mapped to the Electronic Security Systems NOS by Skills for Security.

This unit is endorsed Skills for Security.

Unit 010 Working effectively and safely in electro-technical environments

Unit aim

This unit provides the necessary underpinning health and safety at work knowledge and advised effective working practices for persons preparing for any one of the electronic security systems specialist area qualifications, or simply to support their employment in any area of this industry.

Learning outcomes

There are five learning outcomes to this unit. The learner will be able to:

  1. Understand the background to health & safety legislation and the principles thereof.
  2. Understand the requirements for health & safety in offices and work areas within premises.
  3. Understand the requirements for health & safety in a company vehicle.
  4. Understand the requirements for health & safety on site.
  5. Understand the requirements for effective working practices within the security and emergency systems industry.

This unit is mapped to the Electronic Security Systems NOS by Skills for Security.

This unit is endorsed by Skills for Security.

Unit 011 Intruder Alarm Systems

Unit aim

This unit provides underpinning specialist technical knowledge for Surveyors and Designers, Installation, Commissioning, Maintenance and Auditing Technicians employed in the Intruder Alarm Systems area of the electronic security and emergency systems industry. The unit also provides for personnel (i) with responsibility for others, (ii) in other appropriate areas eg Sales and Marketing.

Learning outcomes

There are ten learning outcomes to this unit. The learner will be able to:

  1. Understand the requirements and implementation of Risk assessment, surveying, design, and system design proposal of Intruder and Hold up Alarm systems.
  2. Understand the principles of intruder alarm detection devices, system components, alarm transmission equipment and control indicating equipment.
  3. Understand the function and operation of Control and Indicating Equipment used in intruder alarm systems.
  4. Understand cabling and cable/equipment installation for intruder and hold up alarm systems.
  5. Understand power supplies employed in Intruder and Hold up Alarm systems.
  6. Understand configuration and administration methods for intruder and hold up alarm systems.
  7. Understand planning and project management of system installation.
  8. Understand how to commission and hand over intruder and hold up alarm systems.
  9. Understand the requirements for preventative and corrective maintenance of intruder and hold up alarm systems.
  10. Understand the requirements for auditing intruder and hold up alarm systems.

This unit is mapped to the Electronic Security Systems NOS by Skills for Security.

This unit is endorsed by Skills for Security.

Assessment:

Unit 009 - online GOLA examination

Unit 010 - online GOLA examination

Unit 010 - Written external examination paper (June)

Materials Required: Comprehensive materials provided.

Entry Requirements: City & Guilds 1853-02

Progression: Other pathways within the qualification and electrical qualifications.

Course Location: Unit 17,18 & 23 Avondale Business Centre

Teaching Staff: James W Morris, Les Holmes & Alan Wilson

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