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CCTV and Access Control Installers Course

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Next Course date:

15th April 2024



You should attend the CCTV course  and Access Control Installers Course if you already have a degree of electrical knowledge and wish to enter into the lucrative security alarms sector. 

The  CCTV installers course and Door Entry Systems Installers Course is intended for those with electrical knowledge or experience.  If you don't have this knowledge then we would recommend you take your Part P Defined Scope or even Part P Full Scope prior to attending this course.

The CCTV course and Door Entry Systems Installers Course is a Two Day Course.  You will be awarded a Wmd certificate of achievement upon successful completion of the course and all it's elements.

CCTV Course Content

  • The fundamentals of the CCTV image

  • Digital CompressionSetting up TFT, plasma and LED display screens

  • Ensuring the camera is continuously focused

  • The new CCTV strategy and operational requirement

  • Selecting the best camera and lens combination

  • Digital storage and retrieval

  • Test EquipmentApplying British, European and other international standardsHealth and Safety. Working at heights and electrical standards

  • Wireless CCTVExploring the latest CMOS camerasLenses: Mega-pixel and IR correctedTransmission: Fibre, coax, twisted pair, IP and free space

  • Thermal imaging

  • Review of the base video signal

  • Setting up and applying function switches on cameras

  • Selecting and installing appropriate lens and camera combinations

  • Configuring day and night cameras with appropriate filters

  • Establishing masking, tour set up and programming of dome cameras

  • Wiring a fully functional camera (PTZ) using Kopex and multi-core cabling

  • Applying active and passive baluns to CAT5 cabling circuitsInstalling cameras over long runs of coaxial cable

  • Setting up and installing multiple cameras into DVRs

  • Calculating necessary storage for given applications

  • Best practice set up and termination procedures for display screens

  • Using the oscilloscope

  • Using pattern generators

  • Using cable length meters

  • Configuring IP network cameras and CoDecs

  • Programming and installation of video analytical equipment

  • Health and safety

Access Control Course Content​

  • Basic audio video entry including overview of DDA

  • Keypad access system

  • Card entry access system

  • Cards & fobsCard printer

  • Biometric solution

  • Electronic locks

  • PSU, exit buttons and ancillaries


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