Blended learning in Bishops Waltham
This excellent blend of workshop and classroom training will fully prepare you for challenging 'real world' situations in the modern security systems industry.
Suitable for: Anyone with an interest in systems integration over an IP network will benefit from the course. All are welcome but a foundation knowledge of CCTV, access. control and intruder alarms is desirable as the focus is on integration and connectivity.
Questions & Answers
Ask a question and other users will answer you
- Network Training
- Security Systems Installation
- IP Networks
- Level 3
Teachers and trainers (1)
Security Systems and Managment Training
With the security industry moving rapidly into the networking world, this course will provide you with the ‘need to know' theory of IP, IT security and the practical experience of installing integrated security systems over LANs.
This 5 day course is ideal for all who are seeking to enter this exciting
and fast moving sector of the security systems industry and for those already at work in this field who wish to develop their existing skills.
Monday and Tuesday
The first two days of this training package are spent learning the foundations of IP,latency, bandwidth and cabling.
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
Over the next three days you will build an integrated CCTV, access control and intruder alarm system over an IP network including remote broadband connectivity.
- Learn how to configure an IP network
- Learn how to set up NVRs and DVRs
- Learn how to use sub nets effectively
- Learn how to trouble shoot IP Networks
- Learn how to integrate security systems
- Learn how to use tools and utilities successfully
- Learn how to understand bandwidth limitations.
By the end of the week you will have built a networked security system within the constraints of a local area network.
- Basic theory of IPTCP and UDP
- Migration from analogue to digital
- Subnet masking - a practical view
- Internet security
- Wireless technologies
- Protocols and their operational status
- Physical connections - coax, UTP, cable and fibre
- Compression techniques explained
- Quality of service
- TCP, header, ports and windows
- Setting up IP cameras, domes and codec
- RIP and OSPF technology explained
- Using VBR and CBR
- Network management
- Calculating bandwidth
- Group workshops
- Short evening projects.