Hikvision, a supplier of innovative video surveillance products and solutions, is inviting security engineers and dealers to register and participate free of charge in their forthcoming Hikvision Certified Security Associate (HCSA) training programme.

Being held across the Middle East and North Africa between 29th October-3rd December, 2016, the HCSA training sessions focus on basic and essential operation, and maintenance of Hikvision security devices. Aimed at all security installation engineers and designers, HCSA training is open to those with or without direct Hikvision accounts, and offers Hikvision certification to individuals and companies as a unique differentiator.

HCSA certification

As well as providing proof of their technical skills, HCSA certification also offers those taking part a unique advantage, by validating their advanced level of competence, knowledge and experience – an essential factor for consideration by end-users when selecting their video surveillance integrator of choice for new projects. Greatly enhancing professional support to the security market, the HCSA qualification is a primary standard for all Hikvision DPP/VASP partners and engineers.

The Hikvision Certified Security Associate (HCSA) training sessions are being held across GCC, non-GCC, North Africa, and Turkey. The HCSA certification issued by Hikvision is a universal standard across all Hikvision organisations around the world.

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