Oklahoma CAT Level I Exam Only

$310.00

The Electronic Security Association is pleased to announce that we are an approved Examination Entity for Alarm licensure by the Oklahoma Department of Labor. The Certified Alarm Technician Level I exam* meets the requirements for the OK Residential Burglar and Fire Technician/Salesperson exam and the OK Commercial Burglar and Fire Technician/Sales. For those wishing to get a Commercial license they must take the CATI exam PLUS the Fire Alarm Installation OK exam.

PRICE FOR CAT I EXAM and MANUAL: $210 for members (enter member discount code on purchasing screen)/ $310 for non-members.

Once the exam is purchased, you will receive an email providing instructions on how to scheduled the proctored exam.  The exam is an 85 multiple-choice special Certified Alarm Technical Level I exam that has been modified to meet the Oklahoma Department of Labor requirements and will be given at a PSI Testing Center.  Visit our PSI Proctored Exam information page for more details regarding scheduling, policies for testing, and cancellation policy.

Please be aware this is a very challenging exam, and we strongly recommend training prior to testing.  For a listing of ESA/NTS training being held in Oklahoma visit our schedule page.  To help you prepare for the exam you will be shipped a CAT Level I manual. You can choose a shipping method upon checkout. The exam is open book so please bring it with you to the exam. 

NOTE: Taking this exam does not qualify you to be CAT Level I certified.  Taking and completing the ESA/NTS CAT Level I course is required for certification.

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Length:
3 Hours

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Detailed Course Outline:

Oklahoma Certified Alarm Technician Level I exam will cover the following topics.  Percentage listed is the portion of questions asked from this topic area.

  1. Demonstrate Understanding of Codes, Standards and Regulations (18%)
  2. Demonstrate Knowledge of Basic Electronics and Electrical Components (9%)
  3. Demonstrate Knowledge of Alarm System Components and Configurations (Power) (6%)
  4. Layout a Basic Alarm System (6%)
  5. Practice Job Site Safety (20%)
  6. Install Household Alarm Systems Properly (26%)
  7. Maintain and Service Household Alarm Systems (15%)