Security and fire safety specialist, Amthal has announced that it can now offer extended accredited CPD seminars in visual surveillance systems and access control, alongside life safety.
The accredited CPD seminars are designed to help professionals keep up-to-date with the latest technology and expectations for compliance with the latest standards, as well as improve their knowledge and skills.
Essential for maintaining professional qualifications, the new courses cover a range of topics, from the latest developments in visual surveillance systems and access control to life safety services and ways to raise the standards and achieve required codes of practice.
Paul Rosenthal, Sales Director Amthal said, “We are thrilled to be able to offer extended accredited CPD seminars to our customers. As a leading fire and security specialist, we are committed to providing the highest levels of service and expertise, and these seminars are a key part of that.
“When we launched the life safety courses, we received extensive feedback on the requirements architects, surveyors and block management professionals required and invested in creating the content knowledge and skills required. The aim is to continue to help improve businesses and ensure that collectively, our end users are always protected by advanced technology in compliance with the latest regulations.”
Created in response to a significant volume of requests from consultants and specifiers for technical training, Amthal can now offer the CPD-accredited courses on-site or via specialist webinar platforms.
Paul concluded: “With the expansion of our CPD courses, Amthal stands at the forefront of delivering comprehensive and informative training. We work closely together with partners who are expert trainers and leaders in their fields to ensure our courses meet the highest standards of educational excellence and provide valuable insights into the latest industry developments and technological advancements. Offered to suit our customers, we are confident that we can help them to stay ahead of the curve in a rapidly evolving industry while maintaining a focus on life safety and security.”