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Tavcom Training adds ‘CCTV IP Networking’ course to accredited portfolio

Tavcom Training, part of Linx International Group, has announced that its distance learning course, CCTV over IP Networking, has been awarded a BTEC Level 3 accreditation by Pearson.

Tavcom-SurveillanceCCTV-20The course is said to be suitable for individuals with no prior knowledge of IP networks, covering installation, maintenance and repair of a variety of electronic security systems, from CCTV through to fire alarms.

The course is delivered through Tavcom’s online learning platform, and can be undertaken at a learner’s own pace, alongside the support of a tutor. Formal CPD points are awarded upon completion. With several accredited distance learning courses already under its belt, this is another addition to Tavcom’s training portfolio.

Andrew Saywell, Business Development Manager for Tavcom says: “Tavcom Training is committed to supporting professionals. When it comes to progressing your security career, we’re seeing accreditation is becoming more and more necessary and have been taking steps to make that even more achievable for people. The BTEC Level 3 accreditation of our CCTV over IP Networking course is a key stepping stone in reaching that goal, one that also reflects our learners’ needs for professional recognition and integrity in the technical security field.”

Professionals undertaking the course will have the opportunity to opt for the non-accredited route if they so choose. Andrew adds: “Accessibility remains key for us. We want our learners to be in control of their learning journey and professional development. To reflect this, learners will still have the option to follow the non-accredited route on this course and achieve a Tavcom Training Certificate as an alternative – a recognition that carries weight alone.”

In addition, all of Tavcom Training’s online courses are now 25% off until the 30th June using the code Tavcom25.

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