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Total Property Security Systems Installation & Management (Multi-Skills)

August 14 @ 09:00 - September 15 @ 16:30 EAT



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

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.


Comprising Five Critical Property Protection Systems, this course will leave the learner well-equipped with the skills that any installer and security manager would need to prove his worth.
The systems to be practically taught in this unique skills program will comprise of:

  1. CCTV over IP  & Basic Networking Skills (USD 200/-)

  2. Card & Biometric-Based Access Control Systems (USD 250)

  3. GSM-Controlled Burglar Alarm systems (USD 150/-

  4. Electric Fencing Skills (USD 180/-

  5. Fire Detection, Design, Installation, Testing & Fire Alarm Maintenance (USD 650)


*1 USD = 135 KES


YR 2022: Total Property Security Systems Installation & Management Schedule

Course CodeCourse NameStart DateEnd DateDuration (in Days)USUAL FEE
(in USD)
Maximum No of Trainees
(Per Session)
TPSIM/2022/1Total Property Security Systems Installation & Management11th April, 202213th May, 2022258005Kenvision Techniks Talent Centre

PAY 1200 USD (non-Kenyans) or KES 120K (Kenyans)!! 

*1 USD = 135 KES


 Electric Fencing Skills




USD 1000 (Non-Kenyans)

KES 100K/! (Kenyans)! When you take up all the units together.

It takes three weeks to complete the five units.

*1 USD = 135 KES


CCTV over IP  & Basic Networking Skills


This training will explain the basics of some of the most popular technologies used in networking, CCTV Camera basics, configuration, and management including but not limited to the following:
Types of Networks – including LANs, WANs
The Internet and Beyond – The Internet and its contributions to intranets and extranets
Types of LAN Technology – including Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, 10 Gigabit Ethernet, PoE, etc
Networking and Ethernet Basics – including standard code, media, topographies, collisions, and CSMA/CD
Ethernet equipment– including transceivers, network interface cards, hubs, and repeaters.

 This 5-DAY course is designed to give participants a practical knowledge of the Operation and Installation of CCTV Systems at:

  • FOUNDATION LEVEL and then Gradually introduce them to a Higher Level of CCTV cameras that deals with
  • IP Cameras and
  • Networking Skills.


Security comes second in Maslow’s hierarchy of needs indicating how basic and critical it is in our very existence. In fact, unless it is assured, no nation or individuals can move up the ladder of our needs. Apparently, it has become quite an issue everywhere in the world.
CCTV is one of the surveillance technologies that have emerged as the preferred method of pre-emptive countermeasures in public and private spaces.

  • Ever wanted how to know how to create a simple working network of devices?
  • What about mobile network configurations?
  • Still not clear about basic cabling techniques, various types of cables, their data carrying capacities (bandwidth), their terminations, associated devices, etc
  • What about IP Addressing (NAT)?
  • Do you consider the knowledge of how switches, routers, bridges, servers, etc work to be of great value to the kind of technician you want to be?

You can get these skills and much more as extras when you enroll in our IP CCTV Training Program. This course is founded on giving you the best skills you can get on Surveillance Design techniques using customized auto-cad applications, lens calculators, measuring PPM, handling resolutions, understanding aspect ratios, lighting, configuring IP cameras to according to streaming standards such ONViF, and PSIA, etc…

Qualification: On completion of the Course, having been successful in TWO examinations (one written, one practical) the participant will receive a Certificate of Proficiency from KENVISION TECHNIKS TRAINERS

Card & Biometric-Based Access Control Systems

Learn How to Plan, design, install, configure, commission, and manage Access Control Systems in various environments including but not limited to:
Private / Exclusive properties, College offices, and classes, clubhouses, hospitals, county offices, hotel suites, parking zones, shopping center drive-ins, etc

How You Will Benefit

1. Understand the fundamental elements that make up an Access Control System.
2. Fit the principal components of a stand-alone system and networked systems.
3. Connect and program a card, keypad, and proximity stand-alone system.
4. Effectively connect up, test, and fault-find system elements.
5. Be aware of the issues associated with Access Control Systems.
6. Have an awareness of the changing technology and its impact on the industry

What you will learn

• How to conduct a site survey to the requirements of the client.
• How to select correct power supplies and electronic components with appropriate test equipment
• How to install door entry systems
• How to install standalone access control systems
• How to select locks
• How to program access control software
• How to install networked access control systems
• How to select and adjust door furniture
• How to install control equipment
• How to select the appropriate use of card tokens and keypad identification methods
• How to design a system and prepare a specification

Course Content

  • Mechanical and electromagnetic locks
  • Electric strikes and releases
  • Identification, tokens, and readers
  • Power supplies and sensors
  • Card-based ID systems, controllers, and systems
  • Location of sensors
  • Frequency of use and operation, locations and sensors
  • Fitting devices onto framed constructions
  • Single and multi-door systems and closures
  • Methods and types of cables to use in various environments
  • Risk assessment
  • Practical on-site surveys
  • Planning and design of the system
  • Maintenance agreements
  • Knowledge possession
  • Code identification systems
  • Non-contact identification methods
  • Networking access control systems
  • Fault finding techniques

Fact File

Who should attend?
This course has no prerequisites and is aimed specifically, though not exclusively, at:

  • those wishing to change their careers.
  • Those already in the Security industry and need to specialize in Access Control systems
  • Those who have been carrying out access control installations but require certifications in the area to prove their abilities.


GSM-Controlled Burglar Alarm systems

The theory will include:

  • Wiring Series, Parallel, End of Line, and Fully Supervised Loop Alarm Systems
  • Identify and use resistor color codes
  • Planning and installing alarm systems
  • Operation of Passive Infra-Red, Panic Attack, Door Contact, Dualtec Inertia Detectors and Alarm Sounders
  • Understanding alarm terminology
  • Understanding programming features and structures
  • Understanding good practices for installing and servicing alarm systems


Tasks will include:

  • Correct use of meters to obtain readings
  • Correct identification of resistors by using color codes
  • Running, stripping, and connecting cables
  • Installing Series Alarm Systems with sounders and multiple detectors
  • Installing End of Line Alarm Systems with sounders and multiple detectors
  • Installing Fully Supervised Loop Alarm Systems with sounders and multiple detectors
  • Connecting and using detectors
  • Programming alarm control units
  • Completing documentation
  • Testing and fault-finding alarm systems
  • – Alarm system for a single-family house, based on OptimaGSM panel.
    – Analog value control (AI) ie. battery voltage measurement, humidity measurement.
    – SMS, VOICE notification.



Electric Fencing Skills

Domestic E-fence installation

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 day 2:
Training will consist of extra topics not required for examination purposes, covering aspects of;

  • Earthing systems;
  • Overvoltage, electromagnetic interference, and ground potential;
  • Metrology;
  • Communication systems;
  • Electric fence circuits, monitoring systems, and electrical systems;
  • Review of assignments.




Fire Detection Design, Installation, Testing & Fire Alarm Maintenance Training

Fee:   USD:650

Venue: Kenvision Techniks Workshops


Why is electrical knowledge important in fire alarm installation?

It is very important to understand the association between fire alarm installation and electrical installation.
In order to install and maintain a fire alarm system, a basic knowledge of electrics is a must.
Not all fire alarm systems demand a mains connection, there are smoke detectors that sometimes do not require a mains connection in domestic dwellings. It all depends on the grades of the system.
When a fire alarm system is connected to the mains, it should comply with the standards.

Course Objectives

you will learn a range of industrial fire alarm panels and associated components. You will learn how the devices fit into the system, how they function, and the way in which they should be configured, connected and tested.
On-going assessments ensure that you are able to meet the objectives of the course.
At the successful completion of this course, the learner will be able to:

  • Demonstrate the basic key concepts and all the components used in fire alarm systems.
  • Install, test, and maintain conventional and addressable fire alarm systems.
  • Recognize the role of fire alarm outputs and automatic and manual fire detectors.
  • Describe the differences between fire alarm categories and grades.
  • Explain the role of a fire alarm installer.
  • Effectively work with other stakeholders in fire alarm installation.


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