This Course is Designed For:
Security Managers and Consultants;
Directors of Security;
Risk Management Personnel;
System Integrators and Installers;
System Engineers and Designers;
Government Regulatory Personnel;
Professionals responsible for security infrastructure systems, site surveys, security strategy presentations, facility security design, or purchasing of security equipment.
Duration: 20 Days
Course Contents, Concepts and Issues
Part 1: Conceptualising Security and Access Control
Access Control System Principles.
Part 2: How Electronic Access Control Systems Work
Development of Access Control Systems;
Authorized Users, User Groups, Access Zones, Schedules and Access Groups;
Credentials and Credential Readers;
Part 3: Access Control Credentials and Credential Readers
Access Credentialing Concepts;
Access Cards, Key Fobs, and Card Readers;
Part 4: Access Controlled Portals
Portal Passage Concepts;
Pedestrian Portal Types;
Part 5: Life Safety and Exit Devices
Security vs. Life Safety;
National and Local Access Control Codes and Standards;
Life Safety and Locks;
Life Safety and Exit Devices;
Life Safety and Fire Alarm System Interfaces.
Part 6: Door Types and Door Frames
Doors and Security Concepts;
Standard Single-Leaf and Double-Leaf Swinging Doors;
Door Frames and Mountings;
Sliding Panel Doors;
Bi-Fold and 4-Fold Doors.
Part 7: Doors and Fire Ratings
Defining Fire Ratings;
Fire Penetration Ratings;
Door Assembly Ratings;
Fire Door Frames and Hardware;
Pairs of Doors;
“Path of Egress” Doors;
Electrified Locks and Fire Ratings;
Part 8: Electrified Locks
Importance of Electric Locks;
Types of Electrified Locks;
How Electrified Locks Functions;
Lock Power Supplies;
Electrified Lock Wiring Considerations;
Electrified Lock Controls;
Unrecommended Types of Locks.
Part 9: Free Egress Electrified Locks
Types of Free Egress Locks;
Electrified Mortise Locks;
Electrified “Panic” Hardware;
Electrified Cylinder Locks;
Self-Contained Access Control Locks.
Part 10: Magnetic Locks
Standard Magnetic Locks;
Magnetic Shear Locks;
Magnetic Gate Locks;
Cautions about Magnetic Locks.
Part 11: Electrified Dead-Bolt Locks
Surface-Mounted Electrified Dead-Bolt Locks;
Concealed Direct-Throw Mortise Dead-Bolt Lock;
Dead-Bolt Equipped Electrified Mortise Lock;
Top-Latch Release Bolt;
Electrified Dead-Bolt Gate Locks.
Part 12: Specialty Electrified Locks
Electrified Dead-Bolt-Equipped Panic Hardware;
Delayed Egress Locks;
CRL-Blumcraft Panic Hardware.
Part 13: The Right Lockset for a Door
Standard Application Rules;
How to Select the Right Lock for Any Door.
Part 14: Specialised Portal Control Devices and Applications
Specialized Portals for Pedestrians;
Specialized Portals for Vehicles.
Part 15: Access Control Panels and Networks
Access Control Panel Attributes and Components;
Access Control Panel Form Factors;
Access Control Panel Functions;
Access Control Panel Locations;
Local and Network Cabling;
Redundancy and Reliability Factors.
Part 16: Access Control System Servers and Workstations
Access Control System Networking;
Legacy Access Control Systems.
Part 17: Security System Integration
Importance of Integrating Security Systems;
Benefits of System Integration;
Types of Integration;
Serial Data Integration;
System Integration Examples.
Part 18: Integrated Alarm System Devices
Types of Alarm Sensors;
Part 19: Security Systems
Photo ID Systems;
Visitor Management Systems;
Security Architecture Models for Campuses and Remote Sites;
Command, Control, and Communications Consoles.
Part 20: Related Building/Facility Systems and REAPS Systems
Controlling and Automating Building Functions;
Part 21: Cabling
Conduit or No Conduit;
Cable Dressing Practices;
Part 22: Environmental Considerations
Electronic Circuitry Sensitivities;
Environmental Factors in System Failures.
Part 23: Access Control Design
Design vs. Installation vs. Maintenance;
The Importance of Designing to Risk;
The Importance of Designing for the Future;
Designing Robust Portals;
Implementing Design Ideas to Paper;
Completing Punch List Items;
Part 24: Access Control System Installation and Commissioning
Conduit versus Open Cabling;
Device Installation Considerations;
The Importance of Documentation;
Device Setup and Initial Testing;
Alarm and Reader Device Database Setup;
User Access Database Setup;
Access Schedules and Areas.
Part 25: System Management, Maintenance, and Repair
Maintenance and Repair.
We offer very attractive discount for groups of 3 and more people, from the same organisation, taking the same course. This discount is between ten percent (10%) and thirty three percent (33%), depending on the group size. Even with these discounts, we can also deliver courses for groups in the country of your choice.
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My Direct telephone number is +442071935906