This course was developed by the Association of Security Industry (SIA) and translated and adapted by ALAS in 1997, in order to meet the needs of vocational training in the area of Latin America and the Caribbean.
Currently the industry develops new products and technologies that demand general and basic knowledge to ensure design, installation and commissioning of access control systems with high satisfaction for the end user.
This course is designed for managers, salespeople, technicians, supervisors, consultants, designers and installers in order to deliver the generic fundamentals in the design and installation and have the ability to:
- Perform a tight design to customer needs.
- Efficiently Perform pre-installation wiring and system components.
- Communicate effectively with sales and services with the end user, and, when necessary, with manufacturers.
- Install, initialize, test, repair and document systems.
- Expand your professional experience leading to the recognition and advancement.
Prerequisite for the course:
Before taking the course, the student should have some basic knowledge of electronics, which can be acquired through the course of pre-requisite technician alarms 1 level, as well as a general knowledge of the principles and precautions electrical, but not that need to be licensed to work as an electronic technician.
General information about the course.
General information on electronic access control.
Installation of electronic access control.
Reasons for the design of electronic access control.
Characteristics of the signal cable.
Pipes filled spaces
This course delivers to pass the final exam, a certificate of ALAS. People who do not pass the exam receive a certificate of attendance. You can take the course again to retake the exam and become certified.
About the instructor
Carlos Guzman Diaz He is an international security consultant and specialist in integration of electronic security systems, has a specialization in engineering projects. He has consulted for over 20 years in areas: development of risk studies and plans for disaster situations, security studies and risk analysis, among others. Throughout his career Mr. Guzman has held management positions in the technical and training area. He currently serves as Coordinator of the Latin American Training seguriad Association (ALAS), teaching courses in all the countries of Latin America.