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The electronic security distributor Norbain at IFSEC 2012 is showing its Norbain Academy, offering opportunities for engineers.
Whereas traditional electronic security and IT used to inhabit separate spaces, IP technology has caused these two areas to converge, offering new opportunities to those willing to embrace the change, the firm says. With this in mind, Norbain has launched its Academy to provide customers with a range of courses in IP, CCTV, access control and intruder detection.
Customers can book off the shelf courses or choose from a range of individual modules to best suit their knowledge requirements. Courses can run at any of the Norbain Innovation Centres or, depending on requirements, at customer premises.
“Norbain is well positioned to truly understand the changing demands of the market and the resulting needs of installers,” says Aiden Ogden, Norbain’s training services manager. “We can offer training courses that not only address new and emerging technologies, but also provide the skills to confidently sell into new markets and tackle a range of different obstacles.”
Visitors to the stand are invited to take part in a competition. Touchscreens will be located throughout the stand where visitors can test their knowledge and be automatically entered into a prize draw. To find out more about how the Academy can help you embrace new opportunities on the market, try one of Norbain’s on-stand seminars. Find out more about these and Norbain’s other plans for the show at www.norbain.com/ifsec.