IP surveillance and convergence ­technical training

March 2017 News, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring, Training & Education

With a focus on improving visitor experience at Securex, show organisers Specialised Exhibitions, has partnered with TrainingTech (a Building Brands company) to provide five half-day technical training sessions.

According to TrainingTech marketing director, Riandi Appelgryn, the courses are part of a strategic plan to increase value-add for Securex visitors. Presented by a National ICT trainer, the programme will focus on IP surveillance and convergence.

The comprehensive training sessions are aimed at various target audiences and entail:

• Day 1 (30 May) – Morning session (9:00 to 12:30) – IP Surveillance Basics.

• Day 1 (30 May) – Afternoon session (13:00 to 16:30) – Surveillance for the entrepreneur.

• Day 2 (31 May) – Morning session (9:00 to 12:30) – IP surveillance and remote deployment.

• Day 2 (31 May) – Afternoon session (13:00 to 16:30) – Storage knowhow.

• Day 3 (1 June) – Morning session (9:00 to 12:30) – IP convergence possibilities and solutions in industry.

The training sessions will be held at Gallagher Convention Centre. All attendees will receive a certificate of attendance and a training manual that contains the training slides and other useful information relating to the topic.

Full course details are available from Riandi Appelgryn at [email protected]

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