Certificate III in Technical Security - CPP30519

Ramsden Telecommunications Training

This is a qualification for experienced security technicians who sell, install, repair, service and maintain security equipment and systems that protect people and property, and prevent or minimise loss and damage. Technicians at this level operate independently and use discretion and judgement to plan and implement client requirements for installation, repair, service and maintenance of security equipment and systems. Occupational titles may include:access security technicianelectronic security techniciansecurity equipment installerservice technician.Licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to advising on, supplying, installing, maintaining, monitoring, repairing and servicing security equipment in some states and territories. For further information, check with the relevant regulatory authority.All cabling work, including telephone, data, fire and security alarm systems cabling, that connects with the telecommunications network must be performed by a registered cabler or under the direct supervision of a registered cabler as required by the Australian Communications Media Authority (ACMA) cabling provider rules. For further information on cabling registration requirements, check with ACMA.

Entry Requirements:

CPP20307 Certificate II in Technical Security, orCPP20319 Certificate II in Technical Security

Subjects you can Study:

Conduct routine service of security equipment and systems; Program and configure security equipment and systems; Diagnose faults in electronic security equipment and systems; Diagnose faults in advanced technology security equipment and systems; Conduct routine service of electronic locks and locking systems; Gather, organise and present security information and documentation; Contribute to team effectiveness; Recommend technical security requirements to meet client needs; Diagnose faults in video surveillance systems and equipment; Install, configure and test an internet protocol network; Install advanced technology security equipment and systems; Test installed security equipment and systems; Commission and decommission security equipment and systems; Provide workplace information and resourcing plans; Coordinate installation of security equipment and systems; Provide effective client service; Provide estimate and quote on security system installations; Maintain work health and safety; Implement measures to secure IP networked security equipment and systems; Develop security system configurations and specifications for client sites; Assess security equipment and systems to specify required modifications; Establish and test electronic monitoring parameters for security equipment and systems

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St Leonards
Established in 2003, Ramsden Telecommunications Training is a Registered Training Organisation providing a range of telecommunications training and assessment services across Australia. All instructors are qualified workplace trainers and possess relevant industry experience.

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