Residential Fire Alarm - CEU ONLINE


PRICE: $200 for members (enter member discount code on purchasing screen)/ $300 non-members.  

This seven-hour course will provide individuals with experience designing, selling, installing, servicing and maintaining residential fire alarm systems.

What to Expect in the Online Course:

The course is delivered using a presentation style that is built off the exact same content covered in our instructor led course.  The presentation includes text, graphics, videos and activities to help you absorb the information presented. Each module is concluded by a knowledge checkpoint quiz to make sure you have understood the core concepts presented. The course ends with a comprehensive assessment test that you must past with a 70% or greater to complete the course.  Your time will be tracked in the course and you must spend 7 hours interacting with the course materials before you will granted a course completion.

Who should attend: Technical staff of residential fire systems (installation, service, and maintenance).

NOTE:  Not all state regulatory agencies allow online courses for licensing.  Please check with your licensing agency prior to taking this course for licensing.

State Approvals:

AL-Alabama Electronic Security Board of Licensure (AESBL)

LA-Louisiana Office of the State Fire Marshal: Life Safety & Property Protection Advisory Board (LSPPA)

Louisville, KY-Louisville Metro Police Department (LMPD)

MS-Mississippi Office of the State Fire Marshal: Electronic Protection Systems Division

NJ-State of New Jersey: Division of Consumer Affairs

TX-Texas Department of Public Safety: Private Security Bureau (TX DPS-PSB)

TN-Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance: Alarm Systems Contractors Board

7 Hours
Must spend 7 hours in online course and complete the online assessment.
Time Limit to Complete :
365 days before course access expires

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Detailed Course Outline:

Certifications available: none

Why Residential Fire Alarm Course?

  • Teaches the code knowledge and practical technical skills you need to design, install and maintain residential fire alarm systems that comply with NFPA 72 (2011 edition), the IRC (2009 edition), NFPA 101 (2009 edition) and NFPA 70 (2008 edition).
  • Provides the information necessary for individuals and companies previously focused solely on intrusion systems to expand their business services to include residential fire alarm systems.
  • Provides the training necessary so you can offer current and prospective customers the code-required system test and inspection services included in today's fire alarm codes.

Subject Areas:

  • Codes and standards
  • Control panels
  • Power requirements
  • Notification appliances
  • Initiating devices
  • Communication methods
  • Wiring
  • Testing and cleaning
  • Documentation
  • Client relations