Understand the fundamental elements that make up a CCTV System.
Set up a Camera
Set up a Monitor
Set up Switches
Set up Quads
Set up Multiplexers
Set up recording devices
Connect up and test system elements
Be aware of the issues associated with lighting and scene illumination
Adjust the Back Focus of a lens to prevent picture going out of focus from day to night.
Be aware of the significance of the “Operational Requirement” and the EN50132 test protocols
Be aware of the relevant standards and issues
Use a lens calculator to choose correct lens for particular application
Have an awareness of the changing technology and it’s impact on the industry
Hardware and software Instillation
Hardware refers to the physical elements of a computer. This is also sometime called the machinery or the equipment of the computer. Examples of hardware in a computer are the keyboard, the monitor, the mouse and the central processing unit. However, most of a computer's hardware cannot be seen; in other words, it is not an external element of the computer, but rather an internal one, surrounded by the computer's casing (tower). A computer's hardware is comprised of many different parts, but perhaps the most important of these is the motherboard. The motherboard is made up of even more parts that power and control the computer.
Software, commonly known as programs or apps, consists of all the instructions that tell the hardware how to perform a task. These instructions come from a software developer in the form that will be accepted by the platform (operating system + CPU) that they are based on. For example, a program that is designed for the Windows operating system will only work for that specific operating system. Compatibility of software will vary as the design of the software and the operating system differ. Software that is designed for Windows XP may experience a compatibility issue when running under Windows 2000 or NT.
Home and office networking
establishing networking environment by designing system configuration, directing system installation, defining, documenting, and enforcing system standards
undertaking data network fault investigations in local and wide area environments, using information from multiple sources
securing network system by establishing and enforcing policies, and defining and monitoring access
configuration of routing and switching equipment
configuration of hosted IP voice services
basic configuration of firewalls
Enter data : To manually enter data
Data recovery technicians
Computer repair specialists,
Those planning to start data recovery business
This course presents an overview of the 802.11 family of wireless LAN technologies that are more commonly known as Wi-Fi. The course introduces the various forms of Wi-Fi currently in use and looks in detail at the structure, operation and functionality of Wi-Fi connections. It then examines the security mechanisms required to protect a Wi-Fi network. Consideration is also given to identifying common Wi-Fi problems and how to correct those issues in a Wi-Fi network.