Paxton Takes Net2 Training to the Pro Level

Paxton is happy to announce the introduction of the new Net2 Pro training this week. Easily accessible via our website, this virtual course enables installers to get the most from Net2 with free Net2 Pro training.

Net2 access control is easy to install and designed to make the management of any building very simple. As a system, it offers a variety of IP video intercom, battery powered door handles, and wireless or wired door controller hardware to suit any site requirement, ensure buildings run smoothly and remain secure.

Designed specifically for installers who have completed Net2 Essential training, the Net2 Pro sessions are running throughout the year to help installers grow their business and provide additional benefits to their customers.

Paxton Net2 Pro training covers:

  • Control unit installation and configuration using Net2 Pro software
  • Integrating Net2 with third party products such as CCTV and intruder alarms
  • Unlocking the power and flexibility of Triggers & Actions
  • Configuring area control and occupancy management
  • Managing other applications within Net2 and additional hardware options

“At Paxton we have always been passionate about training and education. We meet thousands of installers in free training classes each year from all over the world,” said Steve Woodbridge, global training manager. “Launching Net2 Pro online training for our U.S. customers is so important, developing understanding of the system capabilities. The session has been designed to give installers knowledge of the powerful features of Net2 Pro and how to configure them to benefit their customers.”

Sessions will be delivered virtually, allowing installers to complete the course from their home, office or wherever suits them best. The fully interactive, instructor-lead, live training sessions will help installers to take a deeper dive into Net2 and prepare for upcoming installations.

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