Training Solutions & Consultancy 2000

CCTV

Training Solutions & Consultancy 2000
In Pontsarn and Swindon

£350
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Typology Course
Location At 2 venues
Duration 2 Days
Description

To enhance the skills of maintenance technicians to recognise and correct problems connected with the installation of closed circuit television equipment.To enable technicians to provide first aid service to closed circuit television equipment on site.

Facilities (2)
Where and when

Location

Starts

Pontsarn (Merthyr Tydfil)
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Vaynor, CF48 2TT

Starts

On request
Swindon (Avon)
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Starts

On request

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Course programme

CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION SERVICING COURSE

Aims:
To enhance the skills of maintenance technicians to recognise and correct problems connected with the installation of closed circuit television equipment.
To enable technicians to provide first aid service to closed circuit television equipment on site.
Objectives:

After training course members will be able to:
Demonstrate knowledge of how a closed circuit television system operates.
Recognise problems that can occur during installation.
Install, set up and maintain: Cameras and Lenses
Monitors
The Cabling System
Switching Units
Test and locate faults on the above units.

Connectio of Digital Video Recorders

Internet connections, IP addressing and networking

Programme Synopsis:

Cables and signal transmission
Closed Circuit Television Block Schematic
The individual blocks in detail
Setting up equipment for the best performance
Installation Faults
Safety when servicing units
Pattern Generator, Setting Up and Use
Equipment servicing and fault location
Duration:Two days

Course Code:TSCCCTV
Certificate:Training Solutions 2000(


)Delegates are invited to bring equipment and manuals so that they can learn on the equipment that they will be responsible for.
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 09 July 2008 )