What is the most valuable thing you learned?
That there is much more to setting up a camera system than what I have been doing. 13/9
Proper focus for exterior day/night cameras, use of compression connectors. 15/6
DVR Networking, IP, new technology. 15/15
About IP cameras. equipment and settings. 30/30
The things that I was not doing correctly, not necessarily wrong. 10/10
Properly adjusting lenses, types of lenses, learning about different tools. 3/3
How important my craft is and that video is something that is always evolving, to keep striving to get better in all aspects of CCTV. 5/5
I learned several tricks of the trade. There were many things to help me be a better worker for my company. 20/10
Proper focusing techniques. First time ever given definitive steps to focus. 30/2
Focusing & DDNS options regarding remote view. This will save me and my clients time and money!!! 10/6
Did the course meet your expectations?
Yes & more. This course got my attention, wanting to learn more & more. I’ve been to many seminars, but this was the one that impressed the most. 30/1
Exceeded - far more practical application than I expected. 15/6
Exceeded - glad to see the class fully covered only CCTV. 10/6
It exceeded all of my expectations. 30/30
Too much time was spent on what?
Good balance - a lot of time was spent on networking, but I thought it had good value and application. Overall, very balanced, entertaining & practical with a lot of props. 13/6
What did you like the most?
Hand’s on. Connector’s. Instructor’s knowledge. 13/13
Good power point & reference material 15/15
I thought the entire course was very beneficial to me. 10/10
The way he (instructor) went about how technology came from the past to the present and future. 2/2