The Detailed Syllabus for Analog CCTV and IP Camera and NVR training course provides comprehensive knowledge and hands-on experience in designing, installing, maintaining, and troubleshooting analog Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) systems, Internet Protocol (IP) cameras, and Network Video Recorders (NVRs). Participants will learn about the fundamentals of CCTV technology, camera types, video transmission, IP addressing, network infrastructure, and storage solutions. The course aims to equip learners with the skills necessary to plan, implement, and manage analog and IP-based surveillance systems effectively.

Course Outline:

Module 1: Introduction to CCTV Systems
– Introduction to CCTV technology
– CCTV system components and architecture
– Different types of CCTV cameras
– Video transmission and cable types
– Analog vs. IP cameras: Pros and cons

Module 2: Camera Selection and Placement
– Understanding camera specifications and features
– Indoor vs. outdoor cameras
– Camera lenses and field of view
– Camera placement techniques
– Addressing lighting and environmental challenges

Module 3: Video Management Systems
– Introduction to Network Video Recorders (NVRs)
– Choosing the right NVR for the application
– NVR setup and configuration
– Live view and playback features
– User management and system integration

Module 4: Network Infrastructure for IP Cameras
– Basics of IP addressing and subnetting
– Understanding local area networks (LANs) and wide area networks (WANs)
– Network switches and routers
– Power over Ethernet (PoE) technology
– Setting up VLANs and QoS for IP surveillance

Module 5: IP Camera Installation and Configuration
– IP camera installation best practices
– Camera network configuration and IP assignment
– Camera firmware updates
– Image optimization and video stream settings
– Remote access setup and mobile viewing

Module 6: CCTV System Design and Integration
– Determining CCTV system requirements
– Site survey and camera placement planning
– Integration with intrusion detection systems
– Integrating with access control and alarm systems
– Designing scalable and future-proof systems

Module 7: Maintenance and Troubleshooting
– Preventive maintenance practices
– Diagnosing and resolving common CCTV issues
– Upgrading and expanding the system
– Storage management and backup strategies
– Documenting system configurations and layouts

Module 8: CCTV and Privacy Laws
– Understanding the legal and ethical considerations
– Compliance with local regulations and privacy laws
– Social and ethical implications of surveillance
– Data protection and securing video evidence
– Consent and privacy best practices

Assessment and Certification:
– Practical exercises and hands-on labs
– Certificate of completion awarded to participants who pass the assessment