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Continuing Professional Development



The work environment is rapidly evolving and professionals continuously need to acquire new knowledge and improve skills in order to remain at the cutting edge of new technologies and provide a first rate service for the end users.  Hochiki Europe is committed to educating and sharing knowledge with industry professionals who work with commercial fire detection and emergency lighting systems.

Technical Seminars

The technical seminars provided by Hochiki Europe have all been externally reviewed,  approved and professionally certified by the Construction CPD Certification Service and feature on their website at www.cpduk.co.uk. The seminars have also been approved/registered with The Chartered Institute of Building Service Engineers (CIBSE).

All of the below seminars are designed for an Intermediate level. Each seminar counts as 1 CPD hour.


Current Seminars Offered by Hochiki Europe (UK) Limited include:


Understanding EN54-23 Visual Alarm Devices

One in Seven people in the UK are deaf or hard of hearing and so they may require both visual and audio warning of a fire. Prior to 2010 there was no standard to regulate the light output of Visual Alarm Devices throughout Europe which is why EN54-23 was introduced. This presentation has been designed to provide essential information about EN54-23:2010, such as what lux levels are required by the standard, what  the different categories of VADs are, and how you can calculate the spacing and siting of the devices.


Emergency Lighting Standards & Design Considerations

This presentation aims to give all those involved in the process of design, maintaining, providing and installing of Emergency Lighting systems an overview of the standards and items that must be taken into consideration when dealing with Emergency Lighting systems.


False Alarm Reduction in Detection Systems *Recently updated*

False alarms have a considerable impact in terms of costs and safety. This seminar explains the standards involved and the process of designing and selecting the correct system for the project and includes guidance on installation and maintenance and the ways and means of reducing false alarms.


Understanding the Selection, Spacing and Siting of Detectors *Recently updated inline with BS5839 Part 1 2017*

This presentation is designed to provide practical advice on the selection, spacing and siting of detectors giving a clear, pictorial and comprehensive overview of all of the items that need to be considered when designing a commerical fire detection and alarm system.


Hybrid Wireless Fire Detection- The Standards and Technologies

This presentation has been designed to provide essential information on key points regarding hybrid wireless fire detection including a summary of the current standards (BS5839 Part 1 and EN54 Part 25), a guide to when to use wireless, the technology behind the system and prime examples of appropriate applications.



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