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The Intermediate Course to CCTV Installations & Products – 3 Days

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Description

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A 3 day Practical & Theory based course covering the following topics:

  • Which Cables / connectors to use
  • Distances with cables
  • What parts are required for a CCTV system
  • How to specify a CCTV system
  • Cameras / Lenses
  • PTZ cameras – how to install / connect
  • Resolutions / Images / fps
  • DVRS
  • Remote viewing from a laptop / Mobile / tablet
  • Detection & Transmission
  • ANPR (Automatic Number Plate Recognition)
  • Analogue – HD over Coax
  • Introduction to networking
  • How to open ports & port forwarding on a broadband router
  • Introduction to IP systems
  • Differences with Analogue / IP
  • Introduction to the basics of networks (packets, Ports, Bandwith)
  • Different compression formats
  • Picture resolutions
  • Differences with Megapixel vs HD-Video
  • Networking types

Designed for:

Anyone who is looking to gain an understanding of the basics of traditional CCTV, or is new to the security industry with no prior knowledge of this field.

Items required:

Either a Laptop / Tablet / Smartphone

Cost of the course:

£695 per person for a 3 day course. Lunch will be provided for all days.

Certificate:

A certificate is provided at the end of the course which will enable you to apply for an ECS card for Security Installations (part of the CSCS card requirement scheme)

Additional information

Date

4th – 6th March, 18th – 20th March, 1st – 3rd April, 23rd – 25th April, 7th – 9th May, Call for more dates

1 review for The Intermediate Course to CCTV Installations & Products – 3 Days

  1. Rinker Emma

    Had already been on a training course with a CCTV Distributor, which was more of just a products showcase. These guys start from the basics and teach you what you need to know in the real world.

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