How much does a CCTV course cost?

The cost of a CCTV (Closed-Circuit Television) course in South Africa can vary depending on several factors such as the institution providing the training, the course duration, the level of certification or accreditation offered, and the course content.

As of the last available information, the cost of a basic CCTV course in South Africa could range from approximately ZAR 3,000 to ZAR 10,000 or more. This estimate is for entry-level or basic certification courses that cover the fundamentals of CCTV operation, installation, maintenance, and monitoring.

Courses that offer more advanced or specialized training, certifications from reputable organizations, or those that cover additional topics such as networking, analytics, or specific brands of CCTV systems may cost more.

The pricing might also vary based on the location of the training institution, the level of expertise of the trainers, and any additional materials or equipment provided during the course.

It’s advisable to research different training providers, compare course offerings, and inquire about fees, course duration, and included materials before enrolling in a CCTV course to ensure it meets your specific learning needs and budget.

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