(Owned by Trisat Ltd)
Beacon Innovation Centre,
Gorleston, Norfolk, NR31 7RA
Personal Security & Defence Provider
Through our unique Accreditations
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Mon - Fri: 09:00 - 17:00hrs
The cost is £30.00
Access control, and in particular electronic access control, is a fundamental aspect of security, allowing access to those that are authorised and denying access to those that are not. Access control systems will form part of an overall security plan and must be relevant and adequate in their design and interaction.
Access control systems can be found everywhere in the modern world from high security buildings through to public car parks, both these examples strive for the same outcome, which is to control access by either allowing or restricting access. Electronic access control systems provide a convenient and efficient way in which to secure a building or asset whilst reducing costs in the long term. This course serves to introduce access control and systems from a basic perspective and to provide those that need to be aware of the usages and more importantly the benefits and weaknesses.
This course has been designed for every employee those who may have to understand the basics of access control or work within the security sector. The course focuses on the history of access control and the types, how access control systems work and lastly who designs and installs access control systems.
Individuals who will benefit from this course include security professionals wishing to enhance their professional development, those employed in the hospitality industry or in large-scale retail developments, static security, or Security Managers.
Welcome to the course – you will be provided a PDF on how to get the most from your course. Then a short introduction video on the subject matter and lastly a short before you begin understanding of your current knowledge.
Let’s get started – here you will take our interactive e-learning course on the following subjects:
– What access control is?
– Which technologies are used in access control?
– Why access control is important?
– How to use access control technologies?
At the end of the e-learning you can take a quick interactive branching scenario to assess your understanding followed by a final short test.
Next Steps– here you will be provided with other resources and a recap video explaining the elements of the course that are important. Then finally you will need to complete a quick survey for CPD purposes before you can download your attendance certificate
T. Kent has managed various aspects of security from high risk environments through to complicated technical projects, some of which was gained from a military and corporate perspective.
Mr Kent has served with various units within the military and has carried this experience through to Trisat.
Mr Kent is a member of the Security Institute and holds a BSc in Security Consultancy and a FdA in Protective Security Management, amongst other relevant qualifications.
Mr Kent also has experience within the education and skills sector assisting in writing the National Occupational Standards for Close Protection with Bucks New University. This accolade of experience and qualifications enables Mr Kent to author and develop unique modern courses in personal security, conflict resolution & situational awareness e-learning courses.