Missouri Training

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  • Certified Alarm Technician Level One/ November 29 - December 1, 2018/ St. Louis, MO/ MOESA 24 Hours Intrusion_Button
  • Certified Alarm Technician Level I - ONLINE 22 hours Intrusion_Button
  • Advanced Intrusion Systems - ONLINE 14 hours Intrusion_Button
  • Electronic Access Control - ONLINE 14 hours Access_Button
  • Fire Alarm Installation Methods - ONLINE 14 hours Fire_Button
  • Life Safety Code - ONLINE 7 hours Multi_Button
  • Residential Fire Alarm - ONLINE 7 hours Fire_Button
  • Residential Fire Alarm - CEU ONLINE 7 Hours Fire_Button
  • Video System Technologies - ONLINE 14 hours Video_Button
  • Basic Circuit Troubleshooting and Testing CEU 2 hour Service_Button
  • Codes and Standards Refresher CEU 1 hour Service_Button
  • Ethical Client Relations CEU 1 hour Sales_Button
  • Fundamentals of Networking CEU 4 hours Networking_Button
  • Home Theater Demystified CEU 4 hours Theatre_Button
  • Introduction to the Digital Home CEU 4 hours Networking_Button
  • Job Safety Reminders CEU 1 hour Service_Button
  • Methods to Reduce False Alarms CEU 1 hour Intrusion_Button
  • Troubleshooting Closed Circuit Video Systems CEU 1 hour Video_Button
  • Troubleshooting Communications and Notification Devices CEU 1 hour Service_Button
  • Troubleshooting Fire Alarm Devices CEU 1 hour Fire_Button
  • Troubleshooting Intrusion Alarm Devices CEU 1 hour Intrusion_Button
  • Troubleshooting Using Test Equipment CEU 2 hour Service_Button
  • Selling Commercial Systems Effectively: 8 Lessons in Selling Your Business Value Over Low Price CEU 4 hours Sales_Button

State Licensing Requirements

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Training Requirements for Missouri:

No Statewide Licensing Requirements at this time.

City of St. Louis

Regulatory agency: Office of the License Collector

  • Any alarm business operating in this City, including a subcontractor, must employ at least one alarm agent who has completed Level I Alarm Certification training as is provided by the Electronic Security Association.
  • Any alarm business operating within the City of St. Louis, including a subcontractor, shall require that all alarm agents employed by that company to have completed Level I Alarm Certification Training as is provided by the Electronic Security Association.
  • New alarm agents of an alarm business, including a subcontractor, shall be required to have completed Level I Alarm Certification training, as is provided by the Electronic Security Association, within one hundred and eighty (180) days from the date of hire.


Continuing Education

There are no continuing education requirements for Missouri licenses at this time. However, we strongly recommend technicians and managers stay up to date on the latest technologies and practices by taking continuous learning courses.  To view the NTS catalog of CEU offerings click here.