Fire Alarms and Detection Systems (FADS)

£275 + VAT
1 Day
York,   Slough and On-site.
Course Overview
This City & Guilds accredited course will provide you with an understanding of BS5839 part 1 and 6 and know how to implement them in a domestic or non-domestic installation.
Who is This Course For?
This course is aimed at electrical staff who have responsibility for carrying out installations and maintenance of Fire Alarms and Detection systems.
Start Date End Date Location Price (Ex. Vat)
Fri, 22nd October 2021 Fri, 22nd October 2021 York £275
Thu, 16th December 2021 Thu, 16th December 2021 York £275
Thu, 16th December 2021 Thu, 16th December 2021 Slough £275

  Day 1
Start 09:00
End 16:30
  • The legislation surrounding BS5839
  • Detection systems
  • Design considerations
  • Cables and power supplies
  • Risk assessments
  • Commissioning and maintenance
  • Certification
Prior to attending this course we recommend you have completed the following or their equivalent and possess:
Background knowledge or experience working within an electrical role.
There are no pre-requisite requirements to attend this course and everything is provided for the course duration
On successful completion, we recommend the following training courses to continue your learning path:
Escape Lighting
Course Training Team


Kevin Burbidge

Electrical Installations Training Manager

Kevin is a senior electrical training consultant with over 30 years experience in the electrical industry. He specialises in electrical high and low voltage training courses including electrical installation testing and authorised person training for the commercial, healthcare and defence sectors. Kevin has worked as an electrical/mechanical engineer for various organisations and was an engineering project manager for 6 years specialising in research and development projects for Royal Mail. Kevin has also carried out electrical authorised person roles in both high voltage and low voltage disciplines.

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