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Premier Electric Fence Construction & Installation Course

September 21 @ 09:00 - September 23 @ 16:30 EAT

KES8,000

 

 

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN OUR SECURITY INSTALLATION COURSES 


1. You don’t need any specific qualifications to start as a trainee, although employers may expect you to have KCSE (A-D-), or similar qualifications, in English, Math and at least one

AS A TRAINEE:

2. Full Fee payment before joining any scheduled program/ course

3. Ability to attend and participate actively in all our tuition and practical sessions. Science subject, or a technical subject. Previous experience in electrical or electronics work could be helpful when looking for work
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Introduction

 

Living in a region where insecurity is a challenge, most residential and commercial property owners find it indispensable to have electric fences installed on their perimeter walls
There are a few obvious advantages to electric fencing as a security barrier on your perimeter walls, as it acts as:

  • A physical barrier,
  • A psychological barrier, and
  • An early warning system.

The visual appearance thereof will be a definite deterrent to a potential intruder as it will cause a delay to enter your property and also when they want to exit again.
Skills on how to install such a perimeter security enhancement are offered at our institute to give young persons an expanded skill base which can earn them more when called upon to carry out suchlike jobs.


Who is this course intended for?

  • Anyone Interested in becoming an Electric Fence Dealer
  • Installers and Technicians
  • Project Managers
  • Security Managers
  • Building Contractors
  • Engineers and Consultants
  • Sales Staff of electronic security equipment
    A trainee learning how to install E-Fence on a model Fence at our workshop

 

Compulsory class day 1:

Topics covered will be;

  • Electric fencing components;
  • Basic electronic and electrical theory;
  • Basic electronic and electrical components and equipment;
  • Basic electronic and electrical theory as applied to electric fencing;
  • Installation configuration, quotation, work plans and administration;
  • Completing the Electric Fencing System Certificate of Compliance.

Compulsory class days 2& 3:

Training will consist of extra topics not required for examination purposes, covering aspects of;

  • Earthing systems;
  • Over-voltage, electromagnetic interference, and ground potential;
  • Metallurgy ;
  • Communication systems;
  • Electric fence circuits, monitoring systems, and electrical systems;
  • Review of assignments.

 

Examination and assessment day 2:

  1. Written multiple choice question paper, covering;

  • Electric fencing components;
  • electronic and electrical theory;
  • electronic and electrical components and equipment;
  • Basic electronic and electrical theory as applied to electric fencing;
  • Installation configuration, quotation, work plans, and administration.
  1. Practical exam 1 – covering aspects of finding faults on an electric fence.

Examination and assessment day 3:

A practical exam during which the learner has to erect a fully functional replica of an electric fence.
Should the learner be found to be competent, in; the two written exams; the two practical exams; and structured questions, the candidate will be declared competent as an ‘Electric Fence System Installer’.

Tools required for compulsory classes, practical projects, examinations, and assessments:
A learner shall be responsible for supplying their own hand tools and instruments for this purpose. A short list of which is as follows:-

  1. Side cutters and pliers – to be used on electric fencing wire.
  2. Small flat screwdriver – to be used for tightening wires into connectors.
  3. Large flat screwdriver – to be used for tightening self-tapping screws.
  4. Hack saw – for the cutting conduit.
  5. Spring – for bending 20mm conduit.
  6. Handheld multimeter – capable of measuring resistance, voltage, and current, with both DC and AC settings.
  7. Hand-held volt meter – measuring electric fence high voltage.
  8. Hand-held soldering iron, with solder.
  9. Safety boots and overalls.

 

 

Details

Start:
September 21 @ 09:00 EAT
End:
September 23 @ 16:30 EAT
Cost:
KES8,000
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Organiser

Kenvision Trainers, Kahawa Sukari, Nairobi
Phone:
+254 725579251
Email:
ken_trainers@kenvisiontechniks.com
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Venue

Kenvision Techniks Talent Centre
Q7-Q9 FELIZ BUILDING- KAHAWA SUKARI
NAIROBI, NAIROBI 00200 Kenya
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+254725579251
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