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Norbain Academy Course Information

 

All of our courses are 1 day in duration, and we aim to provide you with the introductory building blocks to grasp new and existing technologies currently used in electronic security systems.

 

Thanks to feedback over the last 3 years we have decided to change the structure of our CCTV over IP courses. They will now take a more modular approach in order to accommodate the change in market trends, emerging technologies, and to help new customers moving into the IP CCTV market.

 

 

Introduction to IP CCTV – Part 1

This workshop looks at the fundamentals of sending video over an IP network. Through the day we will look at the component parts of the IP system, how video can impact on the network and how we can maximise efficiency. We combine both theoretical and practical exercises to illustrate the differences in technologies and how to go about designing basic networks for CCTV.

 

Who should attend:

Anyone wanting to make the transition from traditional Analogue CCTV into the IP CCTV market. IPTV1 is the starting point for both sales and technical/engineering based roles.

Pre-requisites:

Basic understanding of Analogue CCTV would be beneficial but not essential.

IPTV1 course details

 

Introduction to IP CCTV – Part 2

This workshop builds on the subjects covered in IPTV1, and expands on the key points that service & installation engineers will most frequently encounter on site. We cover the best practice approach to camera & recorder setup, take a more in-depth look at IP addressing and Subnet Masks, and how to do a basic setup sequence for cameras & recorders, from an “Out of the box” situation through to recording video.

 

Who should attend:

Anyone who has a technical role or interest, and has completed IPTV1 and looking to build on their existing knowledge of IP CCTV. This workshop is aimed at installation and service engineers, technical sales and system designers.

Pre-requisites:

Completion of IPTV1 is preferred, or a strong working knowledge of the topics covered in IPTV1 would be highly recommended.

IPTV2 course details

 

Introduction to IP CCTV – Part 3

This workshop builds on the subjects covered in IPTV1 and IPTV2, and expands on the key points that service & installation engineers will most frequently encounter on site. On this course, we take a more in-depth look at networking, and work out how to diagnose and rectify some of the most common faults found on IP CCTV installations. Through a large part of the day, we will put the theory into practice and work on finding live-faults, and taking corrective measures.

 

Who should attend:

Anyone who has a technical role or interest, and has completed IPTV1 and IPTV2 or is looking to build on their existing knowledge. This workshop is aimed at installation and service engineers, technical sales and system designers.

Pre-requisites:

Completion of IPTV1 and IPTV2 is preferred, or a strong working knowledge of the topics covered in IPTV1 and IPTV2 would be highly recommended.

IPTV3 course details

 

 

ATV – Introduction to Analogue CCTV

This 1 day workshop takes an in-depth look in to the technology and component parts of Analogue CCTV. During the day we will cover camera setup, cabling and transmission as well as setting up lenses, lighting and looking at recording configuration. This will be supported by both practical and theoretical exercises during the day as we take a more “hands on” approach to CCTV.

 

Who should attend:

Anyone who is new in to the CCTV industry, and wants a practical foundation into existing analogue technology. This workshop is aimed at installation & service engineers and apprentices, technical sales consultants, or anyone who has little or no experience of CCTV Systems.

Pre-requisites:

None – No prior knowledge of CCTV is required.

ATV course details

 

AC – Introduction to Access Control Systems

In this sales-based workshop, we look at the component parts of an Access Control system and how they fit together. We will discuss the basic architecture of the system and communication methods as well as the terminology and features of the software.

 

Who should attend:

Anyone who wants to increase their knowledge of Access Control, and learn about new technologies emerging in this sector. This workshop is aimed at sales, business development managers, specifiers or consultants. For Access Control training for engineers, we would recommend completing your preferred manufacturers training course.

Pre-requisites:

None – No prior knowledge of Access Control Systems is required.

AC course details

 

INT – Introduction to Intruder Alarm Systems

In this 1 day workshop, we take a look at the system components of an Intruder Detection system. Throughout the day, we will discuss how and where the relevant U.K. standards apply to different parts of the system, and how this can affect a number of things from system design to equipment location. We will also cover communication methods and system grading. During the day we will use practical and theoretical exercises to reinforce the subjects covered and will conclude the course by looking at site survey techniques and system design exercises.

 

Who should attend:

Anyone who wants to increase their knowledge of the technical foundations of Intruder Detection. This workshop is aimed at installation & service engineers, technical sales, business development managers, specifiers or consultants.

Pre-requisites:

None – No prior knowledge of Intruder Systems is required.

INT course details

 

 

IPNET – Introduction to Network Surveillance

This workshop is designed for people moving into the IP CCTV market from a networking & data communications background. The day is structured as an introduction into IP Network Surveillance, and looks as the key components needed to build a working system, as well as the impact video can have on a network. We will be looking at the types of technology available, some of the CCTV basics required to carry out site surveys, and also some of the storage requirements needed.

 

Who should attend:

Anyone who has a background in IP Networks and/or Data Communications. This workshop is primarily aimed at people currently working within sales, technical sales or system design roles, but anyone can attend.

Pre-requisites:

Existing knowledge of IP networking & infrastructure is required. No CCTV experience is necessary.

IPNET course details

 

Your options:

  • Contact us now to discuss your training requirements
  • Course dates & booking – further course details will be released in the new year