• Video security training without ever leaving your desk!

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It’s more crucial than ever for industry professionals to arm themselves with up-to-date product knowledge and solutions.

Pelco™ by Schneider Electric™ is addressing the need for easily accessible, cost-effective video security training with its virtual classroom — eliminating travel expenses for industry professionals and helping them manage ongoing demands of their jobs.

In a virtual training course, students have the same comprehensive training experience they would have by attending class in person, without having to leave their office.

The Pelco Global Training Institute has provided expert instruction to video security professionals around the globe for more than two decades, bringing cutting-edge technologies to customers and end-users wherever needed. It’s more crucial than ever for industry professionals to arm themselves with up-to-date product knowledge and solutions, but with many firms running with a lean staff, it is more challenging than ever to attend training away from the office.

Realizing the benefits of online training

  • Minimize your time away from the office so you can maximize your business
  • Eliminate travel costs
  • Get training when and where you want
  • Training available in English, Chinese, and Spanish

Introducing DSSRV virtual trainingThe first virtual training class offered is the Digital Sentry™ SRV network video recorder. The same knowledgeable, experienced instructors who conduct classroom courses also teach the virtual classes.

“This is my second multi-day Pelco training I have attended, the first in a classroom in Clovis. Both training programs were very beneficial to me. The knowledgeable instructors and professional course curriculum are just another reason why I have overwhelming confidence in Pelco products to be reliable and on the forefront of the technologies in our industry,” said Robert T. Woyar, co-owner of M. R. Solutions, Inc.

Wave of the future“WebEx will be the future for a lot of our training,” said Moses Ramos, Pelco training programs manager. “Virtual will be more of the mainstay as companies are looking for ways to save money.”