Training

Brooks offers a comprehensive range of training on our fire systems and products suited for testers, service technicians and installers depending on your requirements and expertise.

Complete the form below to register your interest in attending one of our training programs.

 

COURSE OVERVIEW:

LM-100 Accredited Smoke Alarm Training is primarily for those installing Brooks Smoke Alarms, or for those who are regularly performing the required maintenance and/or alarm response. All Installers, Testers, and Service Technicians will find this most useful as the course covers all aspects of Servicing, Fault-Finding, and Installation.

TRAINING DURATION:

Half day: 8.30am – 11.30pm or 1pm – 4pm (includes Morning / Afternoon Tea)

PREREQUISITES:

No Pre-Requisites

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

On completion of the training, the trainee will be proficient in understanding the concepts for:

  • Understanding the different Smoke Alarm technology
  • Choosing the right alarms for best performance
  • Understand the Standards Pathways and Legislative Requirements
  • Understanding Wiring Systems
  • Locating Smoke Alarms to meet Standards Requirements whilst ensuring best performance
  • Understanding the key components of the RadioLINK Wireless System
  • Testing of Smoke Alarms
  • Rectifying Common Smoke Alarm problems

INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS:

This course is delivered in a group environment, Powerpoint presentation and practical demonstration. Students will have access to our Smoke Alarms and field devices during the practical exercises.

COURSE OVERVIEW:

LM-110 Alarm2000 RFP Training is for those new to Residential Fire Alarm Panels, or for those who are regularly performing the required Maintenance and/or Defect and Alarm Response. All Installers, Testers, and Service Technicians will find this most useful as the course covers all aspects of Panel Functionality, Fault-Finding, and Installation.

TRAINING DURATION:

Half day: 8.30am – 11.30pm or 1pm – 4pm (includes Morning / Afternoon Tea)

PREREQUISITES:

No Pre-Requisites

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

  • On completion of the training, the trainee will be proficient in understanding the concepts of:
  • Identification of the Alarm2000
  • Understanding the key components of the Alarm 2000
  • Understanding Residential Fire System methodology
  • Operation of the Alarm 2000 Controls
  • Installation and connection of the ‘TL’ or ‘160’ Series Alarms
  • Rectification of System Defects

INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS:

This course is delivered in a group environment, Powerpoint presentation and practical demonstration. Students will have access to an Alarm2000 panel and field devices during the practical exercises.

COURSE OVERVIEW:

LM-120 RFP6/12/18 Training is for those new to Residential Fire Alarm Panels, or for those who are regularly performing the required Maintenance and/or Defect and Alarm Response. All Installers, Testers, and Service Technicians will find this most useful as the course covers all aspects of Panel Functionality, Fault-Finding, and Installation.

TRAINING DURATION:

Half day: 8.30am – 11.30pm or 1pm – 4pm (includes Morning / Afternoon Tea)

PREREQUISITES:

No Pre-Requisites

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

On completion of the training, the trainee will be proficient in understanding the concepts of:

  • Identification of the RFP 6/12/18
  • Understanding the key components of the RFP 6/12/18
  • Understanding Residential Fire System methodology
  • Operation of RFP 6/12/18 Controls
  • Installation and connection of the ‘CX’ Series Alarms
  • Rectification of System Defects

INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS:

This course is delivered in a group environment, Powerpoint presentation and practical demonstration. Students will have access to an RFP6 panel and field devices during the practical exercises.

COURSE OVERVIEW:

LM-270 FT1020/G3 Networking Training is primarily for those installing Brooks Addressable Fire Alarm Panels, or for those who are regularly performing the required Maintenance and/or Defect and Alarm Response. All Installers, Testers, and Service Technicians will find this most useful as the course covers all aspects of Networking Functionality, Fault-Finding, and Installation.

TRAINING DURATION:

Half day: 8.30am – 11.30pm or 1pm – 4pm (includes Morning / Afternoon Tea)

PREREQUISITES:

  • LM250 FT1020/G3 BASIC INSTALLATION & PROGRAMMING
  • Basic Computer Literacy
  • Laptop or Windows Tablet with Type A USB Port & Ethernet Port

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

On completion of the training, the trainee will be proficient in understanding the concepts for:

  • Identification of a networked FT1020/G3 Fire Panel
  • Understanding the key components of the TLON Network System
  • Understanding TLON Network Fire System methodology
  • Installation and connection of the TLON Network Cards
  • Installing the TLON Network
  • Programming requirements of the TLON Network
  • SSD & TLON File/s Maintenance & Housekeeping
  • Rectification of System Defects

INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS:

This course is delivered in a group environment, Powerpoint presentation and practical demonstration. Students will have access to an FT1020/G3 Network panel and field devices during the practical exercises.

COURSE OVERVIEW:

LM-275 FT1020/G3 Training is primarily for those installing the 1598 Webserver interface to the Brooks Addressable Fire Alarm Panels. All Installers, and Service Technicians will find this most useful as the course covers all aspects of Webserver Functionality, and Installation.

TRAINING DURATION:

Half day: 8.30am – 11.30pm or 1pm – 4pm (includes Morning / Afternoon Tea)

PREREQUISITES:

  • LM250 FT1020/G3 BASIC INSTALLATION & PROGRAMMING
  • Basic Computer Literacy
  • Laptop or Windows Tablet with Type A USB Port & Ethernet Port

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

On completion of the training, the trainee will be proficient in understanding the concepts for:

  • Identification of the 1598 Webserver
  • Understanding the key components of the 1598 Webserver
  • Understanding 1598 Webserver System methodology
  • Installation and connection of the 1598 Webserver
  • Programming of the 1598 Webserver
  • Email and Third Party connection
  • Webserver File Housekeeping

INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS:

This course is delivered in a group environment, Powerpoint presentation and practical demonstration. Students will have access to an FT1020/G3 Network panel and field devices during the practical exercises.