CCTV cameras play a significant role in ensuring the safety of premises. It is quite common for us to come across them at schools, colleges, shops, ATMs, banks, offices, factories, and homes. But it is not a simple task unless you undertake a CCTV installation course before getting into the profession. MILCOM provides an opportunity for young aspirants to pursue their career as CCTV technicians after doing CCTV short course at the institute.
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Installing a CCTV system requires knowledge, skills and proper training.MILCOM extends training and imparts knowledge to become a skilled CCTV technician. There are some of the critical steps involved in the training process, which are as follows.
- Selecting the suitable CCTV system (as per customer’s requirement)
- Connecting cameras using cable
- Configuring the network
- Configuring the recording device
After completing the CCTV installation course, a candidate will be able to identify different types of cameras, work with coaxial cable, set up IP and Network, set up relevant video recording software and device. From learning about cabling to the latest HD analogue and IP integration techniques, this practical course is the perfect option if you want a career in the exciting world of CCTV installation.
This is a vocational training program. The main aim of the CCTV short course is to impart relevant skills to students. As part of this program, students are trained in areas such as – CCTV hardware, software, installation, maintenance and operation.
CCTV Installation Course Uses
This CCTV installation course is designed to provide you with the skills and knowledge required to install and commission Closed Circuit TV systems from the cameras to the image processors and recorders. This kind of security system installation work is a regulated activity in some Australian States and Territories. To find out about your licensing/regulatory requirements, please contact your Work Health and Safety Regulatory Authority at National or State/Territory level, or check on the Australian Security Industry Association (ASIAL)’s website.
Duration and delivery mode: This course will be delivered in a two full-day face-to-face training sessions at one of the MILCOM training centres or at a mutually convenient and suitable location, for a sufficiently large group of participants.
On completion of this program, participants will be able to:
- install CCTV and audio systems
- conduct diagnosis of faults
- carry out maintenance activities
- carry out service activities on security equipment and systems
- plan and coordinate installation of security equipment and system
- adhere to and support OHS and risk control procedures
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