City and Guilds Certificate in Knowledge of Electronic Security and Emergency Systems level 2

This is the new Level 2 Certificate in Knowledge of Electronic Security and Emergency Systems (QCF) ¿ Intruder Alarm Systems. The course is designed for both apprentices and school leavers interested in a career in the security industry to introduce the range of knowledge and skills needed. Units of study include; ¿ Electrical & Electronic Principles in Electro Technical Environments ¿ Working Effectively and Safely in Electro Technical Environments. ¿ Intruder alarm systems Assessment methods There will be number of Multiple choice On-line exams, assignment and practical assessments. ¿ Please note: Due to the security sensitive nature of this industry it is a requirement that candidates must have no criminal convictions.

  • Course type

    Part Time

    Part-time
  • Qualification

    Certificate in Knowledge of Electronic Security and Emergency Systems (QCF)

  • Awarding Body

    City and Guilds of London Institute

  • Level

    2

Where next?

Ideally, candidates should seek an apprenticeship to progress with Level 3 Certificate in Security & Emergency Alarm Systems and associated National Vocational Qualifications. Other options The knowledge gained provides route into other associated electrotechnical qualifications such as electrical installation work.

Entry Requirements

Grades A-C in Maths, English and Science, or suitable qualification. Aptitude Test and Interview

Your course options

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Location
Course length
Start date
Price Guide
EEL070CE1A Chichester Campus 35 weeks, 7.4 hours per week 10 September 2013 £718  Apply Now 

Notes

The prices shown are for home students only. Fee information for international students is available in the International section.

Where the course is for more than one year, the price shown is for the first year only (except for NVQs) and prices for subsequent years will be published when available.
Students who are under 19 on 31st August in the academic year in which they start their course, will be exempt from tuition fees on the majority of courses.

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