In relation to close circuit television, we hear the same comments repeatedly “Our CCTV system is so bad we can't actually see what is happening” or” We’ve spent all this money on a camera system that doesn't work”.
Local Government and other organisation’s tend to purchase close circuit television to suit a particular requirement at the time which is usually a result from a break in or other event.
The reality of this is that the person responsible for purchasing the system frequently does not fully understand the ramifications associated with equipment selection or what is required to achieve the outcomes they need. Another major consideration which is almost always forgotten is how these systems fit into the organisation's security master plan and typically totally ignore the subsequent support levels required to maintain multiple systems. Additionally, Holistic Design principles associated with the provision of CCTV infrastructure are simply not considered which adds to the overall ongoing expenditure required keep systems operational.
This CCTV workshop has been designed to correct these problems and provide the information necessary for stakeholders to not only define what they want required but also help assist the organisation to clearly define their outcomes and requirements and ask the right questions to assist in selecting service providers thereby ensuring the systems purchased meet the required outcomes. It is relevant to everyone who has a responsibility for specifying, purchasing, supporting or using closed circuit television systems.
Over the 2 days, the workshop takes the participant level of knowledge from a basic understanding to having a reasonable grasp of the principles behind close circuit television design and system implementation. We not only highlight the problems associated with poorly designed or specified systems and outcomes but provide the tools necessary to mitigate much of the risk. This process alone can save an organisation hundreds of thousands of dollars through variations and upgrades required to modify systems that do not meet required outcomes.
This course can be paid off in 8 easy instalments by using debit success
With Debit Success the cost is $1045.60 Total charges $55.60
Duration 8 weekly installments of $ 129.45 Plus a once off payment of a $10 establishment fee
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