Advanced Intrusion Systems/ August 27-28, 2020/ Brookfield, WI/ WIESA



This 14-hour course, followed by a two-hour examination, is an advanced look at the design and installation of intrusion systems. Students learn how to select and install proper equipment in a variety of intrusion system applications. The course provides basic electronics instruction and how it pertains to system design, component selection and troubleshooting, as well as information on system testing, commissioning and project management.

Please be aware that if you need to use this course for licensing or towards one of ESA's certifications you will need to take the proctored exam with a verified proctoring service. Once you complete the course, you will be provided instructions on where and how to take your proctored exam. Please notify us if you do not receive this email in 2 business days. The exam will be open book, using your course manual and is compiled of 50 multiple choice questions. You must pass the exam with a 70% or higher. You will have six months to successfully complete the exam process.

Who Should Attend? Technical staff (installation, service, and maintenance), sales personnel, business owners, law enforcement, fire service, code officials, anyone seeking an advanced understanding of intrusion systems

16 Hours


August 27-28, 2020
Brookfield, WI
8 am to 5 pm


This course is NOT FREE.


You will be contacted by the provider regarding payment information and to complete the registration process.


Price varies by location and membership status and will range from $300 to $595.

Add to Cart

Detailed Course Outline:

Advanced Intrusion Systems will provide individuals with the knowledge and skills to:

  1. Select and apply sensors, control panels and communication devices to provide effective intrusion detection
  2. Take technical knowledge and skills in intrusion detection to the next level, qualifying students for valuable advanced credentials

Subject Areas 

  • Practical application of electronics
  • Practical application of controls
  • System power
  • Input and output
  • Networking and Communication
  • Advanced systems and devices
  • Testing and commissioning
  • Project management
  • Residential and commercial sensor application


Certification(s) available: Individuals holding a Certified Alarm Technician Level I for a minimum of 24 months, and who successfully complete the Advanced Intrusion Systems course and the Fire Alarm Installation Methods course are eligible for certification as a Certified Alarm Technician Level II – formerly known as an Advanced Alarm Technician.

  • Practical application of electronics
  • Practical application of controls
  • System power
  • System inputs and outputs
  • System networking
  • Advanced systems and devices
  • Practical sensor application
  • Communications
  • Testing and commissioning
  • Project management