Develop a thorough understanding of how security systems work. Our 3-year security equipment apprenticeship will provide you with practical and comprehensive training in the installation and pre-commissioning set up of wired and wireless security systems in multiple, commercial industrial premises.
Under the supervision of current industry professionals you will learn:
19 Apr 2021 at 02:00PM AEST
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You can enrol throughout the year
Full time: 3 years (this is a blended delivery course which will include a combination of online, remote and face to face delivery)
This is a blended delivery course which will include a combination of online, remote and face to face delivery. Blended learning can involve a range of online programs and resources including StudentWeb, Microsoft Teams, Cisco Webex, Skype, specific industry platforms, pre-recorded sessions, assigned reading, tutorials, discussion boards, and online activities. Blended learning also involves face-to-face attendance at classes or practical placements.
You may apply for employment as an alarm installer for a company that specialises in security equipment. As this course is nationally recognised, interstate employment is also an option for you.
APPRENTICESHIP ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
To apply for this course, you must also be registered with an Australian Apprenticeship Support Network Provider and have a training contract with an employer.
We can provide information and support on how to apply for an apprenticeship with an employer listed by an Australian Apprenticeship Support Network Provider. Contact the Skills & Jobs Centre on (03) 8892 1350 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To assist prospective students to determine whether a course is suitable and appropriate for the individual needs, Box Hill Institute will assess all students’ language, literacy and numeracy and digital literacy by asking you to undertake a self-assessment review prior to the enrolment.
A course advisor will discuss the outcomes of the review and make recommendations about whether the course is suitable for you, and identify additional support where required.
Recognition of Prior Learning is available.
After successfully completing this course, you may want to broaden your skills in a Certificate IV or Diploma in Electrotechnology.
This course is government accredited and has national recognition
The qualification is aligned with the Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) level 3
This training is provided to eligible individuals with funds made available by the Commonwealth and Victorian Governments
|Full Fee||Apprenticeship Concession||Apprenticeship Gov Subsidised|
|Core Skills Support Fee||$83||$83||$83|
|Retain Course Items||$255||$255||$255|
|Total Course Estimate||$18,276||$2,971||$5,807|
|Payable Estimate (at commencement)||$5,990||$1,012||$2,046|
Retain Course Items are purchased once by the student prior to commencing. Those items then become the property of the student. Fees listed are at 2021 rates and may increase annually over the duration of delivery. The student tuition fees listed are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment. For more information please contact our Course Advisors on 1300 BOX HILL.
You must complete 13 core units and elective units totalling 420 hours.
This unit covers the application of industry/enterprise policies in actively participating in work activities and in one‘s own competency development. It complies with established industry/enterprise procedures regarding how work is conducted, understanding responsibilities and obligations under competency development plan, following activities for developing competency, self-monitoring competency development and meeting trainee obligations for periodic reporting of competency development activities.
This unit covers determining correct operation of resonance circuits used in electronic apparatus. It encompasses working safely, problem solving procedures, including the use of voltage, current and resistance measuring devices, providing solutions derived from measurements and calculations to predictable problems in resonance circuits.
This unit covers installing, entering instructions and testing of electronic security systems within excess of 50 connected devices in buildings, premises and precincts. It encompasses working safely and to standards, following and job specifications, securely placing and connecting security system components, and applying customer relation protocols.
This unit covers installing electronic security systems with up to 50 connected devices typically used in single domestic and small commercial premises. It encompasses, working safely and to standards, following oral and written instructions and procedures, securely placing and connecting security system components, and applying customer relation protocols.
This unit covers, entering instructions and testing electronic security systems with up to 50 connected devices typically used in single domestic and small commercial premises. It encompasses safe working practices, basic programming as directed in user manuals, adjusting security devices, system testing and following written and oral instruction and procedures and customer relations.
This unit covers the laying of wiring/cabling, connection of accessories and continuity and insulation resistance testing of circuits intended to operate at extra-low voltage. Typically this includes circuits and accessories for ELV powered devices, security, controls, integrated systems, audio/video systems. It encompasses the principles of single source, single load power circuits, control circuits and communications circuits, safe working practices and following work processes that satisfy electrical principles for safety and functionality.
This unit covers installation and testing of security alarm system typically used in commercial buildings and premises The unit encompasses working safely, following specifications and security access scenarios, programming security alarm functions, using circuit diagrams and schedules, and providing as-programmed document.
This unit covers installation and testing of security access control system typically uses in commercial buildings and premises The unit encompasses working safely, following specifications and security access scenarios, programming security functions, using circuit diagrams and schedules, and providing as-programmed document.
This unit covers programming functions and testing electronic security systems with in excess of 50 connected devices in buildings, premises and precincts. It encompasses safe working practices, programming, adjusting security devices, system testing and following written and oral instruction and procedures and customer relations.
This unit covers installation and testing of security closed circuit television (CCTV) systems typically used in commercial buildings and premises The unit encompasses working safely, following specifications and security observation scenarios, programming security functions, using circuit diagrams and schedules, and providing as-programmed document.
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