Dahua Technology Ltd

To provide localised services as well as relevant knowledge / skills to partners and clients globally, Dahua Technology, a solution provider in the global video surveillance industry, has established Dahua Academy, which has been functioning well in numerous countries of different continents. Now DACH (Germany, Austria & Switzerland) is expecting to have its own Dahua Academy, in May 2018. 

Dahua Academy

Entering German market in 2012, Dahua Technology has since been making various improvement in terms of the quality, details and innovative functions, which have transformed Dahua into the provider of diversified security solutions that are widely applied to retailing, transportation, logistics, public safety and other scenarios in Germany.

Following the establishment of Dahua’s German subsidiary, Dahua Technology GmbH, in Düsseldorf in September 2016, Dahua Academy in DACH is another major step of localisation, which will provide comprehensive and systematic training courses to local employees/clients, who in turn can serve/utilise Dahua’s security solutions better.

Dahua Academy DACH will teach local employees and clients in DACH area useful knowledge/skills in the trade

Training objectives

To be more specific, the training program run by Dahua Academy, covering theoretical knowledge and practical operation, has three major objectives. First, it enables trainees to grasp the knowledge of the full range of Dahua products and to select products according to requirements. Second, it gets one familiar with general solutions in the industry and endowed you with the basic ability to design solutions for different needs. Third, it helps you to master basic abilities to install, debug and operate the full range of Dahua products.

Course categories

The training program includes 6 course categories: General (GEN, basic knowledge for CCTV+IP+HDCVI); Intelligent Transportation System (ITS); Intelligent Building System (IBS); Video Management System (VMS); Display & Control(DAC); Transmission (TRS).

As the Chinese saying goes, to teach one fishing is better than giving one fish, Dahua Academy DACH will teach local employees and clients in DACH area useful knowledge/skills in the trade, which will benefit all parties in the long run. And it goes without saying that together with competent collaborators, Dahua is confident to accomplish its mission of ‘Enabling a Safer Society and Smart Living’.

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