Fundamentals of Access Control
What you'll learn
- Understand what is access control and how it's used
- Understand the fundamentals of access control
- Understand the codes and considerations for access control systems
- Understand the hardware components that make up a complete access control solution
- No access control or physical security experience required
Momentum Security Training’s Fundamentals of Access Control course is designed to teach students the basics of access control. This class is for anyone who works within the access control industry and wants a better technical knowledge of access control. The course will cover what access control is and how it works. Students will learn industry-standard topology configurations, how to handle different door situations, different locking types, and cabling types and practices. The course will cover standard industry credentials, components, equipment for access control systems. Safety and code regulations are briefly covered.
While not a requirement, we recommend technicians take our basic electronics and construction courses before beginning this course for a better all-around technical understanding of this material.
Momentum Security Training is disrupting the status quo in the physical security industry by providing context-based education that empowers our students to deliver high-quality solutions.
Legacy training has been either manufacturer taught, or peer taught each of which has its own limitations. Today, security training consists of teaching someone how to do something, we are empowering our students to learn WHY it works so that no matter the situation or product there is a deeper understanding of the technology and the theory behind it.
Chris Wilson: A security professional with over 20 years experience in the US security market, from mid-market through enterprise. Experience ranges from senior technician, project manager, and system design engineer/solutions architect. I am an active CSPM (Certified Security Project Manager) and industry expert for system design and best practices/techniques.
Who this course is for:
- Security Technicians, installers, front office and back office for access control manufacturers.
Chris believes it’s about not just staying on the leading edge of technology but building relationships. He applies his collective expertise to create and implement innovative solutions to solve the most complex problems.
A security professional with over 20 years experience in the US security market, from mid-market through enterprise. Experience ranges from a senior technician, project manager, and system design engineer/solutions architect.
Chris is an active CSPM (Certified Security Project Manager) and instructor for the certification and industry expert for system design and best practices/techniques.