FTC98 – Electronic Security Systems: CCTV and Access Control (for Managers)

This course is specifically aimed at managers and supervisors who oversee and coordinate  security access control rooms or centres. It will enable participants to engage with electronic security systems and equipment to enhance the security function. Knowledge and skills in the use of the latest technologies available, will allow for better coordination and more professional, feasible, up to date and safe planning and implementation processes.

By the end of this course participants will demonstrate improved knowledge and understanding of electronic security systems that will make a major contribution to the security function’s effectiveness and efficiency. Enhanced capabilities, reach and capacity of security personnel will improve the level of professionalism and deliverables of the security department. This course will focus on two important aspects of electronic security systems.untitled

Closed Circuit Television (CCTV)

  • Making Informed Decision
  • CCTV – Definitions and Abbreviations
  • The Importance of Light and Influence
  • The Basics of a TV System
  • CCTV Lenses – Selection and Application
  • Cameras – Selecting the Right Camera
  • Power Supplies
  • High-Speed Domes – Function and Purpose
  • Monitors and Video Recorders
  • IP Network Technologies
  • Video Processing Equipment Explanation
  • Digital Video Recorders Application and Use
  • Set-Up, Playback and Recording  Remote Connections
  • Software Installation and Camera Connections
  • New Developments

Access Control

  •  Introduction and Concepts of Access Control
  • Hardware Devices
  • Access Control Architecture
  • Remote Connectivity Option
  • Operator Functions
  • Asset Management Architecture
  • Asset Manager Operator Functions
  • Making Informed Decisions

Integrated topics

  •  Planning an Electronic Security System
  • Integration of CCTV and Access Control systems

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