IPVM Certified Professionals

Author: John Honovich, Published on Aug 22, 2013

IPVM certified professionals pass rigorous college level courses in advanced security technologies and concepts, requiring participation in a series of live online classes, discussions, exam and essays.

Launched in 2012, over 750 professionals have gained IPVM certifications. Courses are held throughout the year.

They should be congratulated as the average attendee studied ~100 hours for the class and only 41% of attendees pass.

List of Those Certified

Below is a list of those who are certified who have shared their identities:

IP Networking for Video Surveillance Spring 2017 Certified Professionals

Access Control Course Spring 2017 Certified Professionals

Camera Course Winter 2017 Certified Professionals

IP Networking Winter 2017 Certified Professionals

Access Control Fundamental Fall 2016 Certified Professionals

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Camera Class Fall 2016

IP Networking for Video Surveillance Summer 2016 course

Access Control Fundamentals Spring 2016 Certified Professionals

Camera Fundamentals Course Spring 2016 Certified Professionals

IP Networking for Video Surveillance Winter 2016 Certified Professionals

Camera Course Winter 2016 Certified Professionals

IP Networking Fall 2015 Certified Professionals

Access Control Fundamental Fall 2015 Certified Professionals

Camera Course Summer 2015 Certified Professionals

IP Camera Fundamentals Spring 2015 Certified Professionals

IP Networking for Video Surveillance May 2015 Certified Professionals

IP Networking for Video Surveillance March 2015 Certified Professionals

Access Control Winter 2015 Certified Professionals

IP Camera Fundamentals Fall 2014 Certified Professionals

IP Camera Fundamentals Summer 2014 Certified Professionals

Access Control Spring 2014 Certified Professionals

IP Camera Fundamentals Winter 2014 Certified Professionals

IP Camera Fundamentals Fall 2013 Certified Professionals

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