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AIS Takes Education to the Next Level

Posted By Jeaneen Bengtson, Thursday, June 13, 2013

For anyone who is interested in taking their knowledge of security systems further, NTS can help. The Advanced Intrusion Systems (AIS) course offered by NTS can help you take the next step to becoming an expert.

AIS is designed to help security professionals go beyond the basics and take their craft to the next level. The 14-hour course provides an advanced look at the design and installation of intrusion systems and dives into the many facets of networking, electronics and power systems.

Through AIS, students will learn how to select and apply proper detectors, control panels and communication devices in a variety of intrusion system applications. They will also receive instruction on basic electronics pertaining to system design, component selection and troubleshooting. AIS includes information on system testing and commissioning, as well as practical application of project management principles. The course concludes with a two-hour examination.

AIS is a great educational resource for those seeking an advanced understanding of intrusion systems such as technical staff, sales personnel, business owners, law enforcement, fire service or code officials. This course serves as a major stepping-stone to eventual certification as a Certified Alarm Technician II.

NTS offers this course online and in the classroom. If you are ready to become an acknowledged expert in your field, sign up for AIS now.

 

Upcoming AIS Dates

July 13-14
Shreveport, LA
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