The National Security Inspectorate (NSI) has announced the launch of its CCTV e-learning training course.
This much anticipated course has been developed by the NSI to complement its classroom equivalent and provides training in the practice of designing, installing and maintaining CCTV systems.
The course content is based on the requirements of the NSI’s Code of Practice NCP 104(2):2010 and encompasses the impact of EN 50132-7.
NCP 104 was developed by the NSI to provide a standard for use in CCTV systems deployed for security applications. All NSI approved companies who design, install and maintain such systems are required to follow the Code’s criteria.
Individuals who will benefit from the NSI’s CCTV courses (both classroom and e-learning) include CCTV designers and installers.
The e-learning option is a cost-effective training solution for those with varying degrees of knowledge and may be used as a useful refresher for those who are more experienced.
Tracey Leadbeater, the NSI’s training development manager, commented: “We’re committed to widening access to quality training. For CCTV professionals, our new e-learning course provides a cost-effective, resource-enabling solution.”
Leadbeater continued: “There are many who prefer the e-learning format of training as this enables them to set their own pace of learning from the comfort of their own environment. The NSI e-learning CCTV course is ideal. I’m particularly encouraged by the number of individuals who have pre-registered for this course, and we anticipate that it will be taken up by many of our approved companies.”
In conclusion, Leadbeater said: “Another bonus is that all NSI training courses can count towards an individual’s CPD (Continuing Professional Development) requirement. More information regarding this initiative will be announced shortly”.
For more information and to try a ‘taster’ of the course click here