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ESA’s Certified Fire Alarm Technician Level II Fire (CFAT) fulfills technical requirements for the Texas Fire Alarm Technician License (FAL) and/or the Residential Fire Alarm Superintendent License (RAS)
Bundled Pricing Packages must be paid in a single payment in advance of all course registrations. All courses must be taken within 18 months of purchase date. If you choose to cancel your purchase of the Bundled Pricing Package, refunds will be calculated as follows: Purchase price less a 25% administrative fee and minus the regular purchase price (not the discounted rate) of the course(s) attended. Refund requests for Instructor Led Training (ILT) Packages must be received more than 14 days prior to the class registration. No portion of the Bundled Pricing Package is transferable to another individual.
The ESA Certified Fire Alarm Technician designation will show your customers and licensing agencies and the AHJ that you have the skills and experience to install commercially based fire alarm systems.
To earn Certified Fire Alarm Technician status, students must hold a CAT I or higher certification, have 24 months field experience, successfully complete the Fire Alarm Installation Methods course, and either the Life Safety Code course, or the International Building Code course, and pass each course’s proctored examination.