CCTV IP TRAINING: IP Video Fundamentals (December 18th-22nd, 2017)
This course sets out to provide learners with a working knowledge of IP video systems and networks. The course is both practical and theory based. The objective is to provide participants with an in-depth understanding of IP networks and acquire the confidence and expertise to install an IP video system. The course is designed with install and service engineers in mind.
The course provides a solid understanding of IP surveillance architecture covering system design, Implementation over LAN/WAN/VPN, security issues and real life surveillance application. The course details the relationship between IP surveillance system and traditional CCTV system. You will understand the critical factors to consider when designing and setting up a surveillance system. You will be proficient in designing, implementing and maintaining small, medium and enterprise Digital Surveillance system.
Previous computer skills are necessary when taking computer networking classes. Networking skills may be learned in a self-directed or classroom setting. Students taking classes in order to gain more experience or a broader range of skills may need to have their own laptop in order to participate in some of the on-site courses.
Fundamentals of IP Surveillance Systems Video over IP Networks – LAN/WAN/VPN integration Architectures/Deployment Types IP Surveillance Application System Integration/Managements – DVR/NVR
IP Surveillance Components Software interaction with hardware Integration with analogue CCTV system Step by Step configuration & Installation techniques Video/Audio Compression – Bandwidth Budgeting/Planning Storage Consideration
Introduction to CCTV installation CCTV Video signals (H 264, Mpeg 2) Cabling and connectors (CAT5, CAT6 & Coax) Crimping BNC, CAT5 & keystone connectors Video transmission (analogue to digital, megapixel cameras) Assembling a CCTV system Trouble shooting using CCTV tester
IP camera installation (IP installer for IP cameras, parameter setting) Introduction to lenses and lens theory (Field of view, varifocal and fixed lenses) Digital CCTV storage and lighting (DVR storage calculator, Illumination and camera sensitivity in CCTV) PTZ camera installation (Protocols, baud rate in PTZ Installing camera housing for bigger projects with power
Network configurations for LANs, WANs CCTV site survey CCTV and the law Mobile phone viewing configuration Configuring domain name server (DNS) Learning about different types of router
Successful completion of the course leads to a certificate in CCTV Installation and Maintenance.
Unique opportunity to complete the Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) training coursein just 5 Days The CCTV IP modules covering Internet Protocol (IP) Cameras and Network Video Recorders (NVR) IP Video Fundamentalscourse duration is 5 consecutive days Our training coursesare hands onand Practical Our trainers are the best in the industry with vast Experienceand Qualifications We deliver courses in every county throughout Ireland We offer more courses in more locations that any other provider countrywide Our Information lines are open for convenience from 8.30 am to 9.00 pm Mon-Sun Our courses are interactive, practical and informative giving you the best mix Our training course delivery helps you learn from other participants through team work We work with small class sizes - average class 5 students in all our sessions. Our training courses provide you with practical skills to complete the installation of any system.
Data Cabling & Structured Wiring Systems Course: 5 Days
Why take this Data Cabling course?
Data Cabling and Structured wiring is not the sort of thing company maintenance or IT staff can generally undertake simply because it crosses a number of technical disciplines and requires some training to be installed correctly, therefore a contractor who offers such services will find they will be in great demand.
Correct installation and termination techniques are vital for installations to be installed quickly, professionally and in compliance with the industry standards.
The course is a mixture of theory, worked examples, practical demonstration and hands on exercises that are used to relate theory to real world scenarios. Upon completion of this course delegates will be equipped with the skills to confidently and successfully install and test a structured wiring system.
Why this time?
Most networking groups don’t offer any structured training for their members, with new members being expected to turn up and network without any skills or knowledge of how to network effectively. Unfortunately not everyone is a natural networker. Most people need a helping hand with understanding how to network effectively and this would of course benefit the individual’s confidence as well as their referral success at networking meetings, that’s what makes us different.
Keep up with innovations and trends in copper cabling installation. This five-day course sets the foundation of a copper-based structured cabling system installation. The course begins with an overview of copper transmission principles, professionalism, and life safety and general industry best practices, as related to copper. A significant amount of course time will then be spent on the industry best practices for the installation, termination, testing and retrofitting of copper cable.
Is this course for me?
This course is open to all. You do not even need any specialist electrical knowledge. However it is also a very useful addition to an electrician’s skillset.
What is structured wiring Which standards apply LAN Topology Cat 3, Cat 5e Cat 6 systems Installation techniques Cable termination System testing Working with Hardware and Equipment Testing IT & Telecoms Systems Health and Safety Technical Fault Diagnosis Investigating and Defining Customer Requirements Develop Own Effectiveness and Professionalism Customer Care for IT & Telecoms
Basic networking skills
Evolution of Local Area Networks (LAN’s) Transmission fundamentals Network Topologies Termination of physical medium and connectors Testing and warranties Coaxial Cabling Telephony voice Cabling Data Cabling, Cat5E, Cat6, Cat6A UTP Basic Design of Networks Overview of future cabling systems
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