CCTV Installation Course: What it covers
What the our Video Surveillance Installation Course Covers
This 12 session- course has been designed to cover the basics for installing video surveillance systems:
(1) Tools / Safety
The course starts with an introduction to basic installer’s hand tools and how they are best used in installation. It also examines installer workplace safety guidelines and personal protective equipment.
(2) Tools Advanced
The course expands to cover specialty tools used, including cable termination tools, ladder, lifts, and test tools for checking cabled work.
It goes further to explain the process and techniques for installing the cable types in locations most used for video surveillance systems.
The training breaks down best practices attaching cabling connector ends for video networks, including copper Ethernet, coaxial systems, and fiber optic cabling.
(5) Indoor Camera Installation, Part 1
In this session efforts are made to demonstrate the actual indoor-camera installation in common interior areas like drywall, ceiling tiles, and block walls, along with proper Firestopping and Riser penetrations.
(6) Indoor Camera Installation, Part 2
The course then continues to actual camera installation in common interior areas like exposed ceilings, trussworks/drop pendant, masonry walls, and plenum-rated ceilings.
(7) Outdoor Camera Installation, Part 1
During this session a demonstration of actual outdoor camera installation in common exterior areas like brick, metal siding, and synthetic stucco (EIFS), along with waterproofing and sealing all work.
(8) Outdoor Camera Installation, Part 2
Continues actual camera installation in common exterior areas like roofs, parapet mounts, tripods, poles, and proper lightning protection & grounding.
(9) Whips & Mounting Features
Here, the training breaks down the use and tradeoffs of how options like camera cable whips, gimbal mounts, and backplate mounting impacts installation and video quality.
(10) Install Factors
Survey the best and worst installation features of cameras, and review how popular models install compared to each other.
(11) Aiming & Focusing Cameras
The course explains the steps and techniques of optimizing camera positioning and lens focus for production use.
(12) System Commissioning
To cap off the course,Kenvision Techniks covers work documentation, checklists for finishing the job, and how to wrap up the job cleanly.