I am interested in working with security systems, but I am not sure if I need to take courses or go to school. I hear there is a good amount of money in this profession. If anyone who has worked in a similar field, please help me with how to get started, I can't find a alarm technician job that does not require experience. Please help.
And what questions should I ask at an interview?
It's for a large well known company. They require either High School completion - which I have, or Fire Science or Electronics program at a Vocational College - which I do not have.
They contacted me for an interview but I am wondering how much this position should pay? If they ask what my salary requirements are what should I say? Any other questions I should ask and what might they ask of me in the interview? Any ideas?
Right now, I'm attending North Texas Job Corps of McKinney. The trade im taking is Electrical. I want to use my Electrical Cert. and my OSHA Cert. to become a fire alarm installer and technician. I need to know what college carries the courses I need to take to get my installer and technician cert/license. This would be a HUGE help. Please and Thank you.
My wardrobe mostly consists of jeans, capris, jean capris, and t-shirts, flip flops and sneakers. I do have some really dressy clothes. But I'm talking over the top for this interview I think. Would jeans, a pair of black shoes and a nice top be okay?
I'm looking for suggestions on jobs that don't involve working a lot with other people. It can be any type of job, I want as many ideas as possible. I know all jobs require a least a little interaction with people, but I'm looking for jobs where you can work by yourself a majority of the time, and don't have to interact with customers or the like. Any thoughtful answers are appreciated.
What job/career/position would you hold if you install these systems for a living? Electrician?
The introvert is me if you didn't guess. I'm struggling to find and stick with work usually I can't be around other people they kind of annoy me and make me miserable. I don't like socializing with anyone and I rarely work well in a team. I just took the job to shut everyone up about being on the dole for a year I know some people say what's the point in doing a job if you don't enjoy doing it that's what I feel like at the moment. Stacking shelves isn't really gonna improve my skills anyway. I've tried asking my boss if I could do night shifts instead but they didn't need anyone on the night shift apparently. God I hate this job and I hate having to help people dealing with them stresses me out. I'm not a smart person by all means so I won't be any good at science like jobs accountancy or anything like that my only real skill that doesn't stress me out is creating my own short comics, I've been successful with some when I was in school and college managed to even sell a few to close friends, I enjoyed it alot what's best is I didn't have to deal with people on a daily basis I could just shut myself in my room and and let my imagination spill onto the pages. The one problem is I don't really think there's a market in my town for comic books and stuff like that no publishers in the local area either so I might just self publish. It's what I've wanted to do for awhile it's nice and quiet it's what I know I can do but would I even have a shot. At the moment I'm working on a graphic novel set in a fantasy world I came up with. I'm being over worked by a few hours and can not deal with my "team" any longer, I always feel exhausted after staff meetings and I don't even like to have my break with them, I just look for stuff to buy during my breaks and my lunch break is spent alone which I cherish every minute of hahah. So...does anyone know of a suitable job for an introvert without any high qualifications?
I have a 1992 Honda accord with a clifford alarm system andI just recently bought a 2002 WRX but it didn't come with a alarm system, so I was just wondering is there somehow I can take out the alarm system from the honda to the WRX? Can I do it myself or would I HAVE to bring it to a professional? Is there an option where I can bring both my cars to like a best buy and have them transfer the alarm system from my honda to my wrx?
Are there a lot of jobs available right now that would benefit from having an Associates degree in Instrument and Control engineering technology?
I know that a lot of the major electronic companies that used to repair devices, now no longer do, but there has to be companies that still hire Electronics Technicians? Does anyone know of any companies, job fields, ect, that still use techs?
My mother in law just bought a new car and said I can take her Viper alarm off of her old car before she sells it.. I need an alarm for my truck so I want to but I'm not 100?ure exaclty how to do it.. Do i just trace the wires and just re-connect the engine shut off wire? Any help is appreciated. I have about a week before she sells it.
I want to know which do you think is a better industry to get into the security industry Eg installing alarm systems, access control, CCTV cameras or the electrical industry (electrician) i have been offered an apprenticeship in the security industry but i just want to know if you think this is a good option also how much money would a qualified security technician make and a Electrician make annually thank you
Please elaborate and give me a description on both. Which field is more fun and better employment outlook?
I was looking to get into the field of security alarms and low voltage wiring, however many job oppurtunities require experience or training. So far the closes training school for this type of field is British Columbia, I was just wondering if anyone knew of any other technician schools which offer this training?
I've been in the IT field for the better part of the last 10 years, and I'm ready for something else. But, my degrees are non-related. I'm ready for something new, but I don't want to go back to school - mostly for financial reasons. Please help me come up with some options. Thanks!
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•Find out how the workers protect themselves from excessive radiation.
•How do they know if they have received excess radiation?
•What is done for workers who are overexposed to radiation?
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There are only a few movies on that subject, and very few of them are good, at least in my opinion. Besides 1984 what other movies on that subject do you know? Thank you!
I have done diploma in software application and I have a good knowledge of computer hardware and software trouble shootings. Now I have interested to work on Security Systems-CCTV and access Control Systems. Can anyone suggest me what should have to study more to join this filed?
Did the person who broke in disarm the alarm
One technician can wire a security alarm in 8 h, whereas it takes 6 h for a second technician to do the same job. After working alone for 4 h, the first technician quits. How long will it take the second technician to complete the wiring