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 CCTV Training

VIDEO SURVEILLANCE & SECURITY SYSTEMS

Course Objectives & Career Prospects:

 

The course benefits people either working or intending to work as a Security Systems Designer, Access Control Manager, Security Supervisor, CCTV Control Room Co-Operative, CCTV Sales Person, CCTV Protected Premises Owner / Manager, Potential CCTV Purchaser/Advisor, CCTV System Maintenance Professional, CCTV Installer, CCTV Analyst.

It can also benefit people with technical experience who need to upgrade their skill levels and qualifications such as Alarm Installers, Cable Installation Personnel, Electricians and Fitter cum Technicians etc.

Course Outline:

Section I: FUNDAMENTALS

 

CCTV Systems: Introduction and uses.

CCTV System Schematics & Surveillance Diagrams.

Camera types, specifications, Lens types & Scene illumination.

Switches, Quads, Multiplexers and control system types and applications.

Monitors and Multiple screen displays & Recording the footages.

Cables and connectors.

CCTV System Architectures.

Connection to other security systems.

Office Automation & Access Control Systems.

Equipment Datasheets & Operator Targeted Vender Strengths.

 

 

Section II: DIGITAL CCTV & REMOTE ACCESS

 

Digital CCTV Systems Introduction and uses.

Core elements of a system.

Integrating Analogue with Digital technology.

Telemetry systems, IP Controlled Features, setting up presets.

CCTV monitoring and control over LAN/ WAN/ Internet.

Transmission of video signals using Cable, Fiber-Optic and IP.

IP Technology, LAN, WAN and network principles.

Integrating CCTV with existing network.

Setting up IP/Network solutions.

IP Video Encoders, Video Compression techniques.

DVRs, NVRs, CMSs, SSMs, ENCODERs, DECODERs.

 

Section III: OPERATIONS &TESTING

Institute of Radio Engineers (I.R.E Units).

SYNC PULSE AMPLITUDE.

WHITE LEVEL IRIS SETTING.

PEAK TO PEAK MEASUREMENT OF VIDEO.

COLOR BURST.

VERTICAL INTERVAL.

TERMINATION.

VIDEO GROUND LOOP PROBLEMS.

FOCUS PROBLEM SOLVING.

CAMERA OUTPUT IMPEDANCE.

SYNC PULSE PASS/FAIL TEST.

LINE-LOCK PROBLEMS.

VIDEO LINES OF DEFINITION.

 

Section IV: CCTV Qualifications Covered & Market Evaluation

 

NCE Setting up and Programming recording devices.

CCTV Standards (BSIA Course), legislative and ethical issues.

Australian Level 1: Certified Security Technician, Level 2: Advanced

Security Technician.

FETAC Accredited Level 5 CCTV / Lighting / IP Installer Course

Code 5N1771.

SIA & NICET Accredited VSST Level I Certification.

 

 

 

Hands-On Hardware & Software:

 

HK-Vision Latest DVR & CCD Cameras.

HK-Vision PTZ WIFI NVR/DVR Based IP Camera.

 

Latest Hardware will be used to bring every learner to future of CCTV Industry.

 

 

    Who Should Attend? 

        Security Managers / Operators

       CCTV System Designers and Installers in order to develop a professional approach in system design and requirement capturing.

         Students, Security System Installers

Starting From

Timings

Last Date of Registration

Fee

03-04-17

1700 to 2100

(Mon-Tues-Wed)

01-04-17

Rs:15,000

Per Participant

* 10% Discount for students and group of two or more

Duration = 48 Hours

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