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Fire training course launched with focus on studying ‘state-of-the-art’ modern alarm systems

Tavcom Training has launched a new course, Fire Detection and Alarm System Design, aimed to equip professionals in the fire security industry with the knowledge and skills for the design and implementation of state-of-the-art fire detection and alarm systems.

Tavcom Training created the Fire Detection and Alarm System Design course noting the growth in demand for advanced fire safety solutions. Said to combine theoretical principles with practical applications, to design comprehensive and detailed Fire Detection and Alarm Systems for both new systems, as well as changes to existing systems meeting the requirements of BS 5839-1 for non-domestic premises.

Delivered in their Training Centre in Hampshire over three days, the course will include interactive lectures and workshops, guided by experienced fire tutor and subject lead Steve Ball – co-writer of the course.

Some key features of the course include:

  • System Designer Responsibilities
  • Considerations for interfacing with third party equipment
  • Certificating your design
  • Practical site design from plans
  • Agreeing variations from BS5839 part 1
  • British and European Standards
  • Fire Alarm System Categories
  • Fire alarm detector types and locations, manual call points

Andrew Saywell, Sales Manager at Tavcom Training, said: “Our Fire Detection and Alarm System Design course reflects our commitment to providing high-quality education that meets a need within this sector of the industry.

“After discussion with our fire engineers who train with us, we decided to build on the current fire training portfolio with a course we feel meets an increasing market need and adds value to an engineer’s portfolio. We are confident that this program will equip professionals with the skills and knowledge needed to excel in designing effective fire safety solutions and are proud to offer a strong range of Fire training programmes which compliment.”

The first course is scheduled to take place on the 25th –27th March 2024, in Bishop’s Waltham. Upon successful completion of the course learners are said to gain a Level 3 Tavcom Training Certificate. For more information on prices and to book, visit the Tavcom website.

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