Security comes second in the Maslow’s hierarchy of needs indicating how basic and critical it is in our very existence. In fact unless it is assured, no nation or individuals can move up the ladder of our needs. Apparently it has become quite an issue everywhere in the world.
This training will explain the basics of some of the most popular technologies used in networking, CCTV Camera basics, configuration and management including but not limited to the following:
Types of Networks – including LANs, WANs and WLANs
The Internet and Beyond – The Internet and its contributions to intranets and extranets
Types of LAN Technology – including Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, 10 Gigabit Ethernet, PoE, etc
Networking and Ethernet Basics – including standard code, media, topographies, collisions and CSMA/CD
Ethernet equipment– including transceivers, network interface cards, hubs and repeaters.
REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN OUR SECURITY INSTALLATION COURSES AS A TRAINEE: […]
CCTV Design, Installation and Management training will immerse you into the critical CCTV project skills starting from the basics to the end.
Biometric Access Control System is the best choice for unauthorized Access within company premises. Biometrics are now considered to be an essential element of any plan to better protect facilities, identify potential terrorists and streamline controls for users. These needs all converge at airports and border checkpoints, where security requirements must be balanced against commercial realities that are vital to the economy.
Ever wanted how to know how to create a simple working network of devices?
What about mobile network configurations?
Still not clear about basic cabling techniques, various types cables, their data carrying capacities (bandwidth), their terminations, associated devices, etc
What about IP Addressing (NAT)?
Do you consider knowledge of how switches, routers, bridges, servers, etc work to be of great value to the kind of technician you want to be?
Join this course and learn the following:
1. Understand the fundamental elements that make up an Access Control System.
2. Fit the principal components of a stand-alone system and networked systems.
3. Connect and programme a card, keypad, and proximity stand-alone system.
4. Effectively connect up, test and fault-find system elements.
5. Be aware of the issues associated with Access Control Systems.
6. Have an awareness of the changing technology and its impact on the industry
Learn How to Plan, design, install, configure, commission and manage Access Control Systems in various environments ncluding but not limited to: Private / Exclusive properties, College offices, and classes, clubhouses, hospitals, county offices, hotel suites, parking zones, shopping center drive-ins, etc.
Although every CCTV system exists as a self contained technique and can be managed and controlled in its own right, it can always play an enhanced role by integrating it with other management systems and networks. From this it follows that CCTV can play a principal role in many wider networks even though it continues to retain its own individual identity.
hysical security involves the use of multiple layers of interdependent systems which include CCTV surveillance, Entry /exit Access Control, intruder detection alarm systems, etc.