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Our customers choose us for the peace of mind that comes with being protected by a trusted security provider. As experts in home and business security, we’re at the forefront of industry developments. We share our thoughts on these, and keep you up to date with all our latest news.

CPD Courses and Workshops Available

  • Fixed Gaseous Extinguishing Systems

    Literature | ADT

    ADT

    This document explains the regulations involved in the phasing out of halon and discusses the new generation alternatives to halon that are now available.

  • Innovations In Technology

    Seminar | ADT

    ADT

    Seminar looks at technical innovations appertaining to fire detection and alarm systems and, in particular, cost saving products for install and service aspects

  • Open, Closed & Managed Protocols

    Seminar | ADT

    ADT

    Seminar defines protocol terminology and explores the real issues to be considered when choosing fire alarm and fire detection systems.

  • Introduction To Ip CCTV

    Seminar | ADT

    ADT

    Seminar explains the difference between IP CCTV and analogue CCTV and provides an understanding of what IP CCTV can deliver, what are the important system specification factors to consider and a guide to ensuring a smooth IP CCTV installation. Includes guidance on system management and a case study.

  • Introduction To CCTV Systems

    Seminar | ADT

    ADT

    Seminar provides an overview of basic CCTV systems and covers the key specification elements of a CCTV camera and CCTV lens. Provides guidance on video image transmission methods, video recording and the key specification elements; design considerations and the development of an operational requirement

  • Intruder Alarm Systems

    Seminar | ADT

    ADT

    Seminar defines an intruder alarm system and covers the UK regulations, type of detection devices installed and the common methods signalling alarm activation to an alarm receiving centre

  • Fire Risk Assessment And The Equality Act 2010

    Seminar | ADT

    ADT

    The disability discrimination act has been replaced by the equality act 2010 and it is policed by the disability rights commission. The scope has been extended to remove barriers to access of buildings, goods and services for all disabled persons. This seminar explores the technology available to ensure compliance with the requirements as well as looking at best practice and using a risk assessment approach to the problem

  • An Introduction To Fixed Gaseous Extinguishing Systems

    Seminar | ADT

    ADT

    This seminar details the history of fixed gaseous extinguishing systems, identifies the three main product types, system concentrations and an update of the relevant standards. It provides a comparison of 25 bar and 40 bar pressure systems and safety issues.

  • Risk Assessment

    Seminar | ADT

    ADT

    Seminar reviews the risk of fire in a commercial or industrial building, taking into account the relevant British standards bs5839:1 and the future requirements of the regulatory reform order.

  • Technology To Reduce False Alarms

    Seminar | ADT

    ADT

    How the right system with the right training and level of access will both improve performance and reduce the life time cost of ownership. Seminar deals mainly with the principle of how the performance of automatic fire detection systems can be improved by allowing the users to understand and have access to the technology, which is explained by simple practical application.

  • Fixed Gaseous Extinguishing Systems

    Seminar | ADT

    ADT

    Seminar provides a review of fixed extinguishing agents available in todays suppression market; introduces the agents, their different properties and how they meet the requirements of national global warming emission targets and explains some of the typical applications for each.

  • Point Detection

    Seminar | ADT

    ADT

    Detection of fires has become more sophisticated, but what to use and why? Seminar explores the types of detection technology available and how each works. Discusses why to use a particular technology to address local conditions and environments.

  • Open Protocol

    Seminar | ADT

    ADT

    Seminar explores the myths surrounding the open/closed protocol debate in the fire industry, explaining the differences between the two systems, and introducing best practice considerations for selecting the most appropriate fire system and programming service and maintenance procedures.

  • Innovations In Technology

    Seminar | ADT

    ADT

    Seminar looks at technical innovations appertaining to fire detection and alarm systems and, in particular, cost saving products for install and service aspects.

  • Open, Closed & Managed Protocols

    Seminar | ADT

    ADT

    Seminar defines protocol terminology and explores the real issues to be considered when choosing fire alarm and fire detection systems.

  • Introduction To Ip CCTV

    Seminar | ADT

    ADT

    Seminar explains the difference between IP CCTV and analogue CCTV and provides an understanding of what IP CCTV can deliver, what are the important system specification factors to consider and a guide to ensuring a smooth IP CCTV installation. Includes guidance on system management and a case study.

  • Introduction To CCTV Systems

    Seminar | ADT

    ADT

    Seminar provides an overview of basic CCTV systems and covers the key specification elements of a cut camera and cut lens. Provides guidance on video image transmission methods, video recording and the key specification elements; design considerations and the development of an operational requirement.

  • Intruder Alarm Systems

    Seminar | ADT

    ADT

    Seminar defines an intruder alarm system and covers the UK regulations, type of detection devices installed and the common methods signalling alarm activation to an alarm receiving centre.

  • Fire Risk Assessment And The Equality Act 2010

    Seminar | ADT

    ADT

    The disability discrimination act has been replaced by the equality act 2010 and it is policed by the disability rights commission. The scope has been extended to remove barriers to access of buildings, goods and services for all disabled persons. This seminar explores the technology available to ensure compliance with the requirements as well as looking at best practice and using a risk assessment approach to the problem.