Fire Detection and Alarm Training Courses

Fire Detection Systems Design

DURATION: 2 days

PRICE: £460.00

COURSE CODE: C15

Aimed at those responsible for the design of fire detection and alarm systems, this training course will develop your existing knowledge of BS 5839 part 1 (2017) and BS 7273. It is also suitable for those who need to understand the suitability of the system design. The course follows on from our 5-day Fire Detection, Alarms and Emergency Lighting Systems programme but is not a requirement.

Learning outcomes

  • Interpretation of different types of architectural plan and symbols
  • Review and reinforcement of radio and networks
  • Protocols – closed and open systems
  • Computer suites: IT

What’s included?

  • 2 free digital fire protection association handbooks worth £40 + VAT
  • lunch, tea and coffee

Certification

  • Fire Protection Association (FPA) certificate
  • 12 Institute of Fire Engineers (IFE) CPD hours

Price: £460 + VAT, FPA members receive a 10% discount
In-company price: £3200 + VAT FPA members receive a 10% discount
Duration: 2 days
Venue: Moreton in Marsh

  • legislation affecting fire detection and alarm systems
  • general principles and terminology
  • principles of fire science and smoke behaviour
  • types of fire alarm systems
  • principles of operation
  • types of detectors and how they work
  • audible and visual alarms
  • wiring and cabling of systems
  • testing and certification requirements
  • schematics and design drawings
  • responsibility of the design
  • Facility managers
  • Building managers
  • Building owners
  • Site supervisors
  • Fire systems Inspectors
  • Building control officers

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