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Tavcom Training adds to portfolio of internationally-recognised accredited courses

16 June 2020

LINX INTERNATIONAL Group company Tavcom Training, the dedicated provider of security systems training courses, has announced that its popular distance learning course entitled ‘CCTV over IP Networking’ has now been awarded a BTEC Level 3 accreditation by Pearson.

The ‘CCTV over IP Networking’ course is suitable for those industry professionals with little or no prior knowledge of IP networks and provides the necessary information required for an individual to be able to install, repair and also maintain a wide array of electronic security systems, among them CCTV, access control, intruder alarms and fire alarms.

Delivered through Tavcom Training’s bespoke online learning platform, the course can be committed to at the individual learner’s own pace with the backing of their personal support tutor and realises formal Continuing Professional Development points upon completion.

With several accredited distance learning courses already under its belt, Tavcom Training is delighted with this latest expansion of its accredited portfolio. 

Andrew Saywell, business development manager for Tavcom Training, informed Security Matters: “Tavcom Training is committed to supporting today's security professionals. When it comes to progressing a career in security, we’re seeing that accreditation is becoming more and more necessary and, as a result, we've been taking steps to make that even more achievable for people. The BTEC Level 3 accreditation for our ‘CCTV over IP Networking’ course is a key stepping stone towards reaching that goal. It’s one that reflects our learners’ ongoing need for professional recognition and integrity in the specialist field of technical security.”

In keeping with the belief that learners should be able to govern their own learning path, industry professionals undertaking the ‘CCTV over IP Networking’ course will have the opportunity to opt for the non-accredited route if they choose to do so. Saywell added: “Accessibility remains absolutely key for us. We want our learners to be in control of their learning journey and professional development. To reflect this, learners will still have the option to follow the non-accredited route on this course and achieve a Tavcom Training Certificate as an alternative. This is a recognition that carries weight alone.”

Until Thursday 30 June, Tavcom Training is offering 25% off the cost of all online courses. Those enrolling should use the code ‘Tavcom25’.

Saywell concluded: “We’re working hard to provide security professionals with many routes for learning in order to continue their professional education. We could not be more proud of the fact that we've added yet another internationally-recognised accreditation to our portfolio.”

*Further information is available online at https://www.tavcom.com/