The Trojan Noise Nuisance Product Training is a 2-hour online course designed for Local Authorities, Housing Associations and Tenant Management Organisations who are using or looking to use, the Cirrus Research Trojan Noise Nuisance Recorder and NoiseTools software to manage noise nuisance complaints.
The workshop will cover the user of the Trojan Noise Nuisance Recorder and the NoiseTools software, allowing delegates to get the maximum benefit from their equipment.
The training is for anyone. Whether you’re new to your Cirrus equipment or an established user, this is the ideal opportunity to ensure you’re getting the best from your investment.
We focus on what you need to know to carry out a competent noise risk assessment and how you can use your results to implement suitable control measures, produce effective actions and follow-ups and prevent potential harm to your employees.
We’ll also cover both the theory and practical side of noise measurement and control and include a useful hands-on element where you will take measurements and analyse the results.
Who is the training for?
- New users who are looking to get the best from their Trojan Noise Nuisance Recorder and the NoiseTools software.
- Existing users of the Trojan Noise Nuisance Recorder who require a refresher on the equipment and software.
- Anyone who is looking to upgrade or update their current Noise Nuisance recording equipment.
- Anyone who wants to learn more about the Trojan, NoiseTools and the best instrumentation available for noise nuisance monitoring.
About your Tutor, Richard Cutting
Richard has worked for Cirrus for over 10 years and in that time he has trained 100s of Cirrus Research’s customers and clients both in-person and online. Whatever the noise issue, whether it’s noise at work, environmental or nuisance noise, Richard will guide you to ensure you get the best from your Cirrus Research equipment and software. Richard also offers training in Hand-Arm Vibration measurements and has a Certificate in the Management of Occupational Exposure to Hand-Arm Vibration.