CCTV schools/courses

Closed-Circuit Television programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees (On campus, Online or On-site)
Total 14 training courses/programs at schools in Baltimore, MD, USA



ThinkCCTV.net

Campus/Training Center: Online
Phone No.: 561-316-7333

CCTV Security Camera & Networking (Certificate)

Course Format: Online/Virtual Classroom/Webinar  V

The course is designed to go over every topic and instruct you on the sales,
setup, placement, configuration, troubleshooting and networking of security camera equipment and digital
video recorders. Once you complete each section you will be prompted to take a quiz on the section you
just completed. We provide you access to the course for 14 days and then unlimited access to the course
vendor directory and resources for one year.


ASIS International

Campus/Training Center: Online
Phone No.: +1.703.519.6200

CCTV / Digital Video

Course Format: Online/Virtual Classroom/Webinar  V

ASIS is partnering with STAM Interactive Solutions Inc. to offer Web Based Training (WBT) courses on the latest security technology.

Key Features

24/7 access - learn at your own pace, place, & time.
Comprehensive and complete content.
Interactive Audio Visual training content.
Online post-test and online certification.
Downloadable course notes.

Course Catalog
Currently seven different web based training courses are available. These courses cover the latest technology trends followed in security industry. Click the links provided in the panel on the left hand side of the screen to review the various course details.


Mace University

Campus/Training Center: Online
Phone No.: (502) 254-1506

Digital Management Systems

Course Format: Online/Virtual Classroom/Webinar  V

An informative discussion with Dan Courtright of Panasonic Systems, provides learners with the definition of a digital management system, how this type of system is used, various transmission methods, advantages, disadvantages, and features of digital management systems, and questions to ask dealers when shopping for this type of system. A final assessment evaluates the learner’s comprehension of the course. This course takes approximately 60 - 90 minutes to complete.

Course Outline

Introduction
What is a Digital Management?
Talking DMS
Defined
Applications

Installing DMS
Equipment Interface
System Integration

Digital Transmission Methods
Local Area Network
Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN)
Digital Service Line (DSL)
Cable
The Internet
Pros and Cons of DMS
Installation
Access remote sites
Software
Cost savings

Data Protection
Firewall
Timers

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ACS Level One: IP Convergence and CCTV Integration

Course Format: Online/Virtual Classroom/Webinar  V

How do you install an access control system? In fact, what is a “system� Our final module starts with a short review of the components that make up an access control system. We then will look at many options from single door stand-alone devices to widely distributed systems using IP connections over LAN/WAN networks. Wiring standards are explained as is the idea of POE (Power Over Ethernet).

Integration of CCTV with access control is an obvious part of larger access systems. The compelling rationale for doing it is thoroughly explained and the methods for accomplishing it are discussed. Advanced students will be pleased with coverage of APIs (Application Programming Interface) and SDKs (Software Development Kit) and their place in the growing system integration market.

This course is a component of the Access Control Specialist (ACS) Level One certification. It may be taken on its own or ordered as part of the ACS Level One training bundle for a lower overall cost.

Site Assessment

Course Format: Online/Virtual Classroom/Webinar  V

This course provides learners with factors needed to conduct a site assessment when designing CCTV security for a customer. Factors such as defining the customer, identify the customer’s market, identifying and overcoming design objections, comparing value vs. cost, conducting vulnerability analysis, and implementing threat assessment are introduced. A final assessment evaluates the learner’s comprehension of the course.

Recorders

Course Format: Online/Virtual Classroom/Webinar

This course introduces Ray Bustamante of GYYR Service. Video recording techniques used in the CCTV security field, the types of recorders and a comparison of each, system storage, recorder application and usage when designing a CCTV security system are discussed and outlined. A final assessment evaluates the learner’s comprehension of the course.

Multiplexers and Matrix

Course Format: Online/Virtual Classroom/Webinar

An introduction to the features and application of both Multiplexers and the Matrix is presented. Determining the goal of the CCTV security design prior to selection and application these peripherals is emphasized. A final assessment evaluates the learner’s comprehension of the course.

Switchers and Quads

Course Format: Online/Virtual Classroom/Webinar

An introduction to the features and application of both Switchers and Quads is presented. Determining the goal of the CCTV security design prior to selection and application these peripherals is emphasized. A final assessment evaluates the learner’s comprehension of the course.

Pan / Tilts & Domes

Course Format: Online/Virtual Classroom/Webinar

An informative discussion with John Bragg of Vicon, provides learners with the usage and features of remote positioning devices. A final assessment evaluates the learner’s comprehension of the course.

Monitors

Course Format: Online/Virtual Classroom/Webinar  V

The learner is presented with the variety of factors that affect security personnel’s attention span and perception while on the job and how to diminish non-productive factors to improve perception and attention span. Factors such as monitor sizes, types of monitor, Time and Fatigue Factors, viewing distance from the monitor, and work environment are reviewed. A final assessment evaluates the learner’s comprehension of the course.

Video Design Theory

Course Format: Online/Virtual Classroom/Webinar  V

This course introduces the basic components of the camera system, the application of 2:1 Interlace and Moment of Blank theories, and nine security system peripherals used to enhance the learner’s ability to design, install, and troubleshoot indoor and outdoor CCTV security systems. The basics of video resolution and video imagery are also introduced. A final assessment evaluates the learner’s comprehension of the course.

Transmission

Course Format: Online/Virtual Classroom/Webinar  V

PART A: An informative discussion with Bob DeLia, founder of FiberOptions, provides learners with a comparison between the features and applications of both fiber optics and co-axial cable transmission. Choosing the proper transmission equipment, equipment cost and review of applicable electrical standards, and a discussion of the future of fiber optics in the CCTV field is also included. A final assessment evaluates the learner’s comprehension of the course.

PART B: This course introduces learners to additional video signal transmission such as co-axial, radio frequency, microwave, and 2-Wire. The course presents learners with the features, advantages, disadvantages, and usage of each type of transmission type followed by a final assessment to evaluate comprehension of content.

CCTV System

Course Format: Online/Virtual Classroom/Webinar  V

Basic types of security, duties of security, set up and application of deterrence and three precepts of using CCTV security cameras to obtain visual evidence are introduced in Course 2. Viewers learn to identify security equipment and their purpose and apply security equipment to specific situations to obtain visual evidence. A final assessment evaluates the learner’s comprehension of the course’s content.


Worthington University

Campus/Training Center: Online
Phone No.: 800-282-8864

CCTV camers

Course Format: Online/Virtual Classroom/Webinar

This presentation covers the basics of CCTV camers. It is great for any installer bidding a camera job, or just getting current with today’s technology.
Topics Covered: Camera Styles, Technologies, Wiring, Placement, IP Cameras

Pages: 1

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