Continental Access Announces 2018 Schedule of Training Classes

Continental Access has released a preliminary training schedule for 2018.

Continental Access, a division of NAPCO Security Technologies, has released a preliminary training schedule for 2018. Continental offers instructor-led training courses on Continental’s software & hardware, and applications including hosted services and school & healthcare campus lockdown and threat level management. Continental's field training courses are generally 2 days, and are offered throughout the US on a regular basis. The customizable classes are offered to all Continental dealer/integrators, A/Es and sponsored end-users.

To register for a training, or see the new classes added regularly, including webinars and prerecorded sessions, the full schedule, with more detail and fees, is now available online at Also new for 2018, Continental training classes will be led by award-winning National Trainer, John Wood. John comes to Continental Access with over 25 years’ experience in security training, business development, direct sales and regional sales management. He has delivered over 1000 trainings and received a Best New Product award at ISC West 2016 for “Hands on Training” products.

A typical Continental training class is hand-on, covering Continental’s new ultra-scalable Enterprise Class CA4K Security Management Platform, integrating access control, video, alarms & wireless locking, featuring an all-new look, intuitive UI, infinite integration & distributed database options; and cover implementing and deploying the CA4K Platform’s wide range of integration options, including a wide array of partners from video to biometrics to visitor-and human resource-packages, plus Continental’s new Enhanced Open API for 3rd Party Integrations. Training classes also highlight new labor-saving hardware, such as their new uniVerse™ CICP2100 POE Single-Door Controller - Power over Ethernet (POE), that fits in a double-gang electrical box, for easy deployment, controlling up to 2 readers or keypad and/or electric strike on adjacent door - a 40% cost savings per door.

For more information on all Continental Training and Certification Courses, CA4K Enterprise Access Control & Security Management Platform or the uniVerse™ CICP2100 POE Single-Door Controller, etc., please contact your regional Continental Sales Manager or CI Headquarters 1.800.645.9445, or email    


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