On 2 February 2022, our fire and security trainee – Ben Farrow, successfully completed his Electronic Principles certification. He’s been diligently completing multiple courses, demonstrating the dedication it takes to become a fully qualified and accredited fire and security engineer – having also only just passed his probation with flying colours, back in October 2021.
The Electronic Principles training course gave Ben a practical understanding of electronics, which is vital for everyone involved in the repair, maintenance and commissioning of all electronic security systems. The 30-hour course comprised of 12 sections, covering the information required by someone installing, servicing and maintaining security system equipment. Ben was able to build upon his knowledge of measuring current, voltage and resistance, series and parallel, circuit protection, health and safety, Ohm’s Law and more.
This course has helped underpin his day-to-day duties and activities here at RJ Wilson, working on our electrical team, alongside our more experienced electricians and electrical engineers. All of the staff at RJ Wilson undergo regular training to ensure we are up to date with changes in regulations and legislation – we are committed to the safety of our team and clients alike.
For those of you reading this post and finding out something about RJ Wilson and it’s team, our fire and security engineers specialise in the design and installation of commercial fire alarm systems, smoke detectors, a CCTV monitoring system, intruder alarms and access control systems. Our dedicated team of accredited and qualified electricians, fire and security system specialists, and plumbing and heating engineers, can also help you with everything from design concepts, to installation and commissioning.
Needless to say, Ben is making great progress in his trainee role and we are all pleased with his performance. He has worked hard and it is certainly paying off, and our wholehearted congratulations go out to you Ben!
Congratulations on your award Ben! Keep up the hard work!