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CCTV Systems Installation and Hands-on Training for 12 weeks
CCTV is an effective popular tool in both deterring and catching any criminal activity. Used by both small domestic homes to multi million pound commercial companies to survey, prevent and protect, premises and people.
Kvision Technical Services, supply, install and maintain a wide variation of CCTV Systems, from the smaller one camera system to the multi camera network systems.
There are many different options available which can be tailored to fit your requirements.
Find some advantages of a CCTV system below:-
Business protection – provides 24/7 surveillance of your premises.
Deter potential break-ins and vandalism to your site
Lone workers – provide protection and support for your staff when working on-site alone.
Marketing – if you are a retail business, CCTV can be used to monitor customer numbers coming in and out of store.
Time management – CCTV can be used as a backup system to verify staff and visitors coming on and offsite.
Health and Safety – reviewing footage can identify the cause of incidents and provide evidence.
Training to commence next Wednesday the 14/06/2018 and will be strictly practical hands-on to be covered 2 hours every week for a duration of 12 weeks.
The participants will be able to do the following upon successful 100% attendance
Install analogue CCTV systmes DVRs
Undestanding of all the steps to follow while configuring the system
Installation of CCTV Cameras using different cables e.g CAT 5, Coaxial RG68 and shotgun
Understand the different CCTV PSUs
Configuration of remote surveillance (PC or mobile access)
How to configure IP address and forward ports for remote surveillance
Install an IP CCTV System NVR – Understand the difference between DVRs and NVRs by physically testing the two systems opperation in the workshop