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Tavcom’s security system training courses made available for Australian professionals

Published on 24 June, 2013
In addition to traditional classroom courses, fully interactive web based e-learning courses are also available
The training courses cover a diverse range of subjects including CCTV, IP & networks, intruder, access control products

A new purpose built training centre in Granville is providing installers, operators, managers and designers of electronic security systems with a wide range of Tavcom accredited training courses which cover a diverse range of subjects including CCTV, IP & networks, control room, intruder, electro-technical and access control products and technologies.

“As is the case with the Tavcom training centre in the UK, our facilities in Granville include fully equipped workshops to provide students with the opportunity to put theory into practice,” said Lee Evans, a Director and co-owner of the training centre. “As well as the courses which are listed on the www.tavcomtraining.com.au website, our hand-picked tutors are able to conduct any of the other courses in the Tavcom prospectus on a needs basis, such as the Advanced Control Room Management courses which we recently conducted for personnel at Sydney Airport.”

In addition to traditional classroom courses, fully interactive web based e-learning courses are available for students in Australia who prefer to learn in their own time. There is also an easy to complete online method of analysing an individual’s training needs.

“We are delighted that our reputation for being ‘experts in technology’ is being enhanced on the other side of the World with the help of Lee Evans and his colleagues,” said Mike Tennent, Managing Director of Tavcom. “The establishment of the training centre in Australia quickly follows on from the opening of a training facility in Ireland and is part of an ongoing programme to share our knowledge via an international network of accredited training centres.”


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