Access Control

Description

Access control, and in particular electronic access control, is a fundamental aspect of security, allowing access to those that are authorised and denying access to those that are not. Access control systems will form part of an overall security plan and must be relevant and adequate in their design and interaction.

Access control systems can be found everywhere in the modern world from high security buildings through to public car parks, both these examples strive for the same outcome, which is to control access by either allowing or restricting access. Electronic access control systems provide a convenient and efficient way in which to secure a building or asset whilst reducing costs in the long term. This course serves to introduce access control and systems from a basic perspective and to provide those that need to be aware of the usages and more importantly the benefits and weaknesses.

Course Aim & Length

Introduction
This course has been designed for those who may have to understand the basics of access control or work within the security sector. The course focuses on the history of access control and the types, how access control systems work and lastly who designs and installs access control systems.
Individuals who will benefit from this course include security professionals wishing to enhance their professional development, those employed in the hospitality industry or in large-scale retail developments, static security or Security Managers.

Why iSMTA
Unlike other providers iSMTA is an e-learning purist, in that all taught content that is delivered by one of our many Subject Matter Experts (SME) is a close resemblance to actually being in the classroom, but without all the costs and time constraints. This self-certifying course delivered over one hour will enable you to understand access control systems.

How it Works
By joining our Academy you will receive the following:

– Access to our Professional Dashboard
– Taught Professional e-learning course Units
– Self-Certifying downloadable certificates
– Aids Duty of Care

What you will be Taught
This course is aimed at those that need to have a basic understanding of access control systems, within a working environment.

The course would benefit:
• Security Staff
• Front of House Staff
• Maintenance Staff
• Etc

Who Should Attend

This course is aimed to provide knowledge and awareness to:
• Chief Security Officers
• Cyber Security Leaders
• Chief Information Security Officers
• Security Managers
• Risk Managers
• Resilience Managers
• Security Specialists
• Close Protection Specialists
• Business Continuity Specialists
• Business Leaders
• Travellers
• Workers in High Risk Areas
• Duty of Care Officers
• Police Officers
• Armed Forces
• Government Agencies
• Health and Safety Officers
• Emergency Responders

Units


Additional information

Payment Plan:

Full Course

About this course

Introduction

Access control, and in particular electronic access control, is a fundamental aspect of security, allowing access to those that are authorised and denying access to those that are not. Access control systems will form part of an overall security plan and must be relevant and adequate in their design and interaction.

Access control systems can be found everywhere in the modern world from high security buildings through to public car parks, both these examples strive for the same outcome, which is to control access by either allowing or restricting access. Electronic access control systems provide a convenient and efficient way in which to secure a building or asset whilst reducing costs in the long term. This course serves to introduce access control and systems from a basic perspective and to provide those that need to be aware of the usages and more importantly the benefits and weaknesses.

Course Aim & Length

Introduction
This course has been designed for those who may have to understand the basics of access control or work within the security sector. The course focuses on the history of access control and the types, how access control systems work and lastly who designs and installs access control systems.
Individuals who will benefit from this course include security professionals wishing to enhance their professional development, those employed in the hospitality industry or in large-scale retail developments, static security or Security Managers.

Why iSMTA
Unlike other providers iSMTA is an e-learning purist, in that all taught content that is delivered by one of our many Subject Matter Experts (SME) is a close resemblance to actually being in the classroom, but without all the costs and time constraints. This self-certifying course delivered over one hour will enable you to understand access control systems.

How it Works
By joining our Academy you will receive the following:

– Access to our Professional Dashboard
– Taught Professional e-learning course Units
– Self-Certifying downloadable certificates
– Aids Duty of Care

What you will be Taught
This course is aimed at those that need to have a basic understanding of access control systems, within a working environment.

The course would benefit:
• Security Staff
• Front of House Staff
• Maintenance Staff
• Etc

Who Should Attend

This course is aimed to provide knowledge and awareness to:
• Chief Security Officers
• Cyber Security Leaders
• Chief Information Security Officers
• Security Managers
• Risk Managers
• Resilience Managers
• Security Specialists
• Close Protection Specialists
• Business Continuity Specialists
• Business Leaders
• Travellers
• Workers in High Risk Areas
• Duty of Care Officers
• Police Officers
• Armed Forces
• Government Agencies
• Health and Safety Officers
• Emergency Responders

Units


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Course Enrolment Plans

Course Delivery

This course is distance learning via e-learning, with the support of a dedicated tutor. For optimal experience you will be required to have access to the following:

  • A PC or Laptop running Windows XP and above, or a Mac running OSX
  • web browser such as Internet Explorer 7 or above (IE9 is recommended), Google Chrome, Firefox 3 or above, or Safari. Cookies and JavaScript will also need to be enabled
  • If you are using a tablet or smartphone, then applications can be downloaded to enable optimal delivery (these applications will be prompted by our system, when required)
  • nternet connection speed of at least 256k, 3G or 4G, but we recommend over 1Mb

Assisted learning provides email/telephone support, plus online interaction with your tutor.
Please contact us for more information on this course.