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Intruder Alarm installation

Teachers at CCTV College SA will go out of their way to engage their students and inspire them to enquire and learn.

INSTALL INTRUDER ALARM

SAQA ID : 244316 LEVEL 4 CREDITS : 11

 

Alarm Installation course is designed to teach participants how to install an intruder alarm system in domestic, commercial or industrial premises.  The course simulates the practical installation of many different alarm control panels.  The course is designed to equip students with the skills and expertise to competently install a wide variety of Alarm systems on the market. Our expert tuition and many years experience will ensure that Students will gain an in-depth knowledge and practical application of Control Panels, Strobe lights, sirens, reed contacts, inertia sensors, infra-red detectors, Self Activating Bell units and much more.

Learning Objectives

 

Alarm Installation

In order to simulate a practical installation in a building, each participant will wire up a number of different Alarm Control Panels to typical auxiliary equipment such as strobe lights, sirens, reed contacts, inertia sensors, infra-red detectors, Self Activating Bell units, etc.

  • Understand basic electrical theory including OHM’s Law and associated series and parallel circuits.

  • Select battery to comply with standards requirements.

  • Wire the alarm control panel to an assortment of detection and signalling devices.

  • Wire remote keypads to the alarm control panel.

  • Program the essential elements of a system.

  • Know different zone types and their uses.

  • Programme and setup Hardwired, Wireless and Hybrid systems

  • Trouble shoot and test a system.

Course Content

  • Introduction to electrical circuits, current, resistance, insulation and conduction.

  • Ohm’s law. Basic circuits analysis. Fuses and trip Switches. Wiring techniques.

  • Batteries: – Testing and choosing battery to comply with SANS standard’s requirements.

  • Control panels: – Standard, Wireless and Hybrid systems. General operation. Local and remote keypads. Programming techniques and use of engineer event log.

  • Zones: – Alarm, tamper, exit/entry, access, personal attack, exit/entry delay, etc.

  • Detection devices: – Magnetic reed contacts, pressure mats, personal attack buttons, inertia shock sensors, analysing devices, infrared detectors, microwave detectors, hybrid detectors.

  • Signalling devices: – Siren, bell, strobe light, exit/entry buzzer & Self-activating bell (S.A.B.)

  • Introduction to Security lighting, Digital, Text and Voice Communicators and CCTV.

  • SANS recommended standard for Installation of security alarm equipment.

  • Trouble shooting: – use of digital multimeter, how to “walk-test” and “soak-test” zones.

  • Marketing and selling your product – hints and tips.

This practical work largely contributes to the course’s high credibility. popular class! Give us a call today if you want to learn more.

CCTV Installation

CCTV Installation SAQA US ID:244320 LEVEL 4  CREDITS : 11

Course Content

  • Unit 1 Introduction to CCTV

  • Introduction to CCTV installation

  • CCTV Video signals (H 264, Mpeg 2)

  • Cabling and connectors (CAT5, CAT6 & Coax)

  • Crimping BNC, CAT5 & keystone connectors

  • Video transmission (analogue to digital, megapixel cameras)

  • Assembling a CCTV system Troubleshooting using CCTV tester

  • Unit 2 Electrical and CCTV installation

  • How to design a cable run

  • Introduction to Ohm’s law

  • How to choose the right type of cable

  • Installing CCTV cameras with RG59 & CAT5

  • Installing CCTV power supplies

  • Using electrical tools

  • Unit 3 – CCTV system designing

  • Introduction to recording resolution, frames per second & lens sizes

  • How to calculate field of view (Selecting the correct types of lens size, recording resolution and configuring frames per second)

  • Digital CCTV storage and lighting (DVR storage calculator, Illumination and camera sensitivity in CCTV)

  • PTZ camera installation (Protocols, baud rate in PTZ

  • Installing camera housing for bigger projects with power

  • Unit 4 – Practical wiring of CCTV system

  • Running cables for a CCTV system (CAT5 & coaxial)

  • Installing passive and active balun for long CCTV cable run

  • Running shotgun cable and use of cable pulling tips and techniques

  • Installing junction boxes

  • Unit – 5 Networking in CCTV

  • Remote access and mobile app viewing

  • Local area networking and wider are network

  • Assigning a local area IP address to a DVR via DHCP

  • Techniques used in assigning a unique and static local IP address to a DVR

  • Private and public IP address

  • TCP and IP setting

  • Mobile phone view through P2P

Basic Electronics

Enroll in this hands-on, innovative class and take part in a unique, challenging learning experience. Our qualified and skilled teachers serve as facilitators in the course, guiding students through exploring and individual learning.

Learning Objectives

Electronics Equipment Repair 1 equips participants with practical “Hands-On” skills relevant to the workplace and the theory required for certification. Participants on successful completion of the course will have the skills and knowledge to:

  • Demonstrate the operation of a wide range of electronic components and circuits and their applications in modern electronic based equipment such as amplifiers, Hi-Fi systems, stereos, and control systems

  • Construct, test and faultfind the following popular basic circuits: Power supplies, amplifiers, timers, etc.

  • Become competent in the correct use of electronic test and measurement equipment such as Analogue and Digital Multimeter and Oscilloscopes.

Course Content

 

  • Introduction to Electronics: – Electric Current, OHMS Law, Insulation, Conduction and related formulae. Resistor and capacitor colour codes.

  • Practical uses of commonly used components e.g. Cables, connectors, fuses, batteries, resistors, capacitors, diodes, LED’s, transformers, etc.

  • Construction, testing and faultfinding the following popular basic circuits: – Power supplies, amplifiers, timers, etc.

  • Test Equipment: Analogue and Digital Multimeters and Oscilloscopes.

  • PCB’s: – Types and Construction. Assembling devices on breadboard and prepared PCB. Soldering and De-Soldering Techniques. Use of solder wick and suckers.

  • Health & Safety, Care of Tools and instruments for assembly and repair.

Give us a call if you want to learn more, or join one of our free trial classes.

Data Networking

Teachers at CCTV College SA will go out of their way to engage their students and inspire them to enquire and learn. This class gives our students a chance to apply their unique skills and expand their horizons by learning something new.

Learning Objectives

Computer Networking Course equips participants with practical “Hands-on” skills relevant to the workplace and the theory required for certification. Participants on successful completion of the course will have the skills and knowledge to: –

  • Identify network concepts and terminology

  • Identify components that make up a network

     

    Computer Networking Course

  • Install, configure and test a network

  • Use and control a local area network

Course Content

  • Network features, hardware and software components.

  • Network topologies, technologies and communication protocols.

  • Peer-to-peer and server based networks including: – servers, clients, peers, shared resources, operating systems, administration, security, central support systems.

  • OSI layers (Open Systems Interconnection), MAC address, sub-netting.

  • Internet access technologies: – DSL, Broadband (ADSL), PSTN (dial-up), Satellite, Wireless.

  • Selecting cable or wireless systems for connection.

  • Hardware components for a peer-to-peer network including: – interface cards, hubs/switches, cables, connectors, tools and anti-static equipment.

  • Connecting network printers.

  • Virus protection, firewalls and passwords, security measures, file management and access rights.

  • Testing networks, resolving routine problems associated with installation

Hurry up - there are limited places available in this popular class! Give us a call today if you want to learn more.

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Access Control

This practically based Access Control course is designed to give participants a practical knowledge of the operation and installation of Access Control Systems at a foundation level. Each module of the training program is backed-up by practical exercises, demonstrations and course materials. These training methods give the participant a greater grasp of the practical aspects of the industry and provides them with the “Hands-On” experience and confidence which are so essential for success.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the fundamental elements that make up an Access Control System.

  • Fit the principal components of a stand-alone system and networked systems.

  • Connect and programme a card, keypad and proximity stand alone system.

  • Effectively connect up, test and fault-find system elements.

  • Be aware of the issues associated with Access Control Systems.

  • Have an awareness of the changing technology and it’s impact on the industry

Access Control Course Content

 

  • Access Control Systems: – Introduction, principles, uses and applications.

  • Elements of basic and advanced, insecure and secure Access systems.

  • Stages of Access Control: – Identification, Decision, Action.

  • Control Components: – Reader, Keypad, Receiver, Lock.

  • Terms: – magnetic strip, proximity, biometrics, card-free access, readers and tokens.

  • Potential weakness and vulnerability of poor system design.

  • Standalone, Networked and Computer based systems.

  • Locks: – Mechanical and electromechanical, mortise and rim release units.

  • Use of timers and timed zones within access control systems.

  • Storing information gathered by an access control system.

  • Cables: – Types, uses, and applications, Power Supply Units.

  • Fault-finding techniques. Relevant standards and issues, Changing technology and keeping updated.

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53 Keats Rd, Lombardy East, Edenvale, JHB,1609,

Gauteng South Africa

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011 027 9727

0866684415

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