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Fire Pump Series
Fire Pump Series

This self-paced online series covers the fundamentals of fire pumps, including requirements for fire pump acceptance, inspection, testing, and maintenance. Successfully complete this series and earn .3 CEUs.



These modules are included in the series:



  • Introduction to Fire Pumps

  • Periodic Fire Pump Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance

  • Fire Pump Acceptance

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0.30 CEU$ 139
Detailed Description

This self-paced online series covers the fundamentals of fire pumps, including fire pump acceptance, inspection, testing, and maintenance.

National Electric Code (NEC)® Basic Concepts Series
National Electric Code (NEC)® Basic Concepts Series

This self-paced online series covers the basics of eletrical systems. The series focuses on understanding wiring requirements for conductors, overcurrent devices, and curcuits outlined in NFPA 70: National Electrical Code®. Complete all nine modules and qualify for .9 CEU.



These modules are included in the series:




  • Introduction to the NEC

  • General Requirements in the NEC

  • Circuit and Conductor Types

  • Load Calculations

  • Wiring Methods and Devices

  • Required Outlets

  • Conductor Selection and Application

  • Overcurrent Protection for Conductors and Equipment

  • Grounding and Bonding



Upon completion you should be able to:



  • Understand the organization and structure of the Code, and the general requirements of an electrical system.

  • Explain how the load of a system is calculated and how conductors are selected.

  • List and explain the devices used for means of overcurrent protection and where they must be placed in a system.



Who Will Benefit

Anyone whose job involves designing, reviewing, evaluating or installing electrical systems, including: designers, installers, engineers, electrical contractors, technicians, project managers, fire marshals, and architects.

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0.90 CEUCertificate
Detailed Description

This self-paced online series covers the basics of eletrical systems and the requirements outlined in NFPA 70: National Electrical Code®.

NFPA 70E 2009 Series
NFPA 70E 2009 Series

This self-paced online series covers NFPA 70E, Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace and is designed be used in conjunction with the 2009 edition of NFPA 70E. It is strongly recommended that the published standard be available for reference in order to obtain the greatest benefit from the courses. A companion work to NFPA 70E, Handbook for Electrical Safety in the Workplace, contains the text of NFPA 70E in its entirety as well as detailed commentary. The series includes five course modules. These courses are intended for use by employers, safety directors and trainers, managers, PPE buyers, electrically qualified workers and unqualified employees who need to guard against electrical hazards in the workplace.




  • Module 1: An Introduction to NFPA 70E

  • Module 2: Establishing an Electrically Safe Work Condition

  • Module 3: Energized Electrical Work Permits

  • Module 4: Personal Protective Equipment and Clothing

  • Module 5: Use and Care of Protective Equipment and Other 70E Requirements

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0.50 CEUCertificate$ 229
Detailed Description

This self-paced online series covers NFPA 70E, Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace.

Smoke Control Series
Smoke Control Series

This self-paced online series covers the basics of smoke control systems. The series includes four course modules. Successfully complete this series and earn .4 CEU.



These modules are included in the series:



  • Nature of Smoke

  • Module 1: Pressurization Smoke Control Systems

  • Module 2: Smoke Control Systems for Large Volume Spaces

  • Module 3: Commissioning Smoke Control Systems



Upon completion you should be able to:



  • Examine the process of performance-based design for fire protection systems

  • Develop fire protection goals leading to design criteria and performance criteria

  • Employ the process of performance-based design to design a fire protection system that will meet the user\'s goals and objectives

  • Discuss and explain the development of a design, facilitating review, installation management, testing and system turn-over



Who Will Benefit


Anyone whose job involves designing, reviewing, evaluating or installing fire alarm systems, including: designers, installers, engineers, electrical contractors, technicians, project managers, fire marshals, and architects


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0.40 CEU$ 159
Detailed Description

This self-paced online series covers the basics of smoke control systems.

Fire Alarm Fundamentals
Fire Alarm Fundamentals

This self-paced online course series covers the basics of fire alarm systems. The series focuses on the wiring requirements, circuit design, power supplies, and detector appliances outlined in NFPA 72, the National Fire Alarm Code. Complete all eight modules and qualify for .6 CEUs.



These modules are included in the Series:


  • Fire Alarm System Functions

  • Introduction to Initiating Devices

  • Introduction to Electricity

  • NEC Requirements

  • Basic Circuit Design

  • Basic Signal and Circuit Means

  • Power Supplies

  • Smoke Detectors


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0.80 CEU$ 235
Detailed Description

This self-paced online series covers the basics of fire alarm systems and the requirements outlined in NFPA 72.

Fire Alarm Intermediate Topics
Fire Alarm Intermediate Topics

This self-paced online series covers specialized fire detectors, notification appliances, signal transmission, and the various fire alarm systems as outlined in NFPA 72, the National Fire Alarm Code. Continue your fire alarm education with this series. Complete all nine modules and qualify for .6 CEUs.



These modules are included in the series:


  • Introduction to Specialized Fire Detectors

  • Notification Appliances

  • Supervisory Initiating Devices

  • EVACS Applications

  • Signal Transmission

  • Auxiliary Fire Alarm Systems

  • Central Station Fire Alarm Systems

  • Proprietary Station Fire Alarm Systems

  • Heat Detectors

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0.80 CEU$ 250
Detailed Description

This self-paced online series covers notification appliances, signal transmission, and other alarm systems as outlined in NFPA 72.

Fire Alarm Advanced Topics
Fire Alarm Advanced Topics

This self-paced online series covers the other codes that affect fire alarm systems, the authorities that affect fire alarm systems, fire alarm plans and code requirements and the inspection, testing, and maintenance of fire alarm systems once they are deployed. Complete all six modules and qualify for .4 CEUs.



These modules are included in the Series:



  • Authorities and Requirements

  • Fire Alarm Plan and Code Requirements

  • Remote Station and Protected Premises Fire Alarm Systems

  • Commissioning Fire Alarm Systems

  • Fire Alarm System Testing

  • Fire Alarm Inspection and Maintenance

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0.60 CEU
Detailed Description

This self-paced online series covers the fire alarm authorities and the inspection, testing, and maintenance of fire alarm systems.

NFPA 70E - Electrical Safety Series
NFPA 70E - Electrical Safety Series

Every year, hundreds of people are electrocuted on the job. Unlike other electrical regulations, NFPA 70E focuses on employee safety, rather than on installation. This series helps you identify electrical hazards and keep people safe on the job.

These modules are included in the Series: Series enrollment includes downloadable code Appendix documents "� an NFPA exclusive. Complete all five modules to qualify for .4 CEUs.



  • Module 1: An Introduction to NFPA 70E

  • Module 2: Establishing an Electrically Safe Work Condition

  • Module 3: Energized Electrical Work Permits

  • Module 4: Personal Protective Equipment and Clothing

  • Module 5: Use and Care of Protective Equipment and Other 70E Requirements


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0.40 CEU$ 229
Detailed Description
Every year, hundreds of people are electrocuted on the job. Unlike other electrical regulations, NFPA 70E focuses on employee safety, rather than on installation. This series helps you identify electrical hazards and keep people safe on the job. Series enrollment includes downloadable code Appendix documents – an NFPA exclusive. Complete all five modules to qualify for .4 CEUs.
Electrical Installations in Hazardous Locations
Electrical Installations in Hazardous Locations

This self-paced online series covers the fundamentals of electrical installations in hazardous locations. Students who complete the series will be able to recognize areas that are likely to be classified and to select and apply wiring methods and electrical equipment in those areas. The series has been updated for the 2008 National Electrical Code. The EIHL Certificate Program serves professionals who need CEUs, want an efficient refresher, or need fundamental levels of guidance regarding hazardous locations. Complete all eight modules and earn .6 CEUs.



Modules covered within this Series:



  • Classification Basics

  • Identifying Materials & Equipment

  • Protection Method Concepts

  • Class I Applications

  • Sealing in Class I Areas

  • Zone Classification

  • Class II Wiring Methods

  • Class III Areas



Upon completion you should be able to:



  • Examine the process of performance-based design for fire protection systems

  • Develop fire protection goals leading to design criteria and performance criteria

  • Employ the process of performance-based design to design a fire protection system that will meet the user\'s goals and objectives

  • Discuss and explain the development of a design, facilitating review, installation management, testing and system turn-over



Who Will Benefit


Anyone whose job involves designing, reviewing, evaluating or installing fire alarm systems, including: designers, installers, engineers, electrical contractors, technicians, project managers, fire marshals, and architects


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0.80 CEU$ 229
Detailed Description

This self-paced online series covers areas likely to be classified and the wiring methods and electrical equipment in those areas.

Automatic Sprinkler Systems Series
Automatic Sprinkler Systems Series

This self-paced online series introduces students to the basic principles of the components, application, design, installation, testing, maintenance, and use of automatic sprinkler systems. The series covers the components of the four basic types of automatic sprinkler systems and describes how these components interrelate to form a fire control or fire suppression system that will achieve a facility\'s fire safety objectives for life safety, property protection, mission continuity, heritage preservation, and environmental protection. Complete all nine courses and earn .6 CEUs.



These courses are included in the series:



  • Sprinkler Systems: Planned Impairments

  • Introduction to Automatic Sprinklers

  • Sprinkler Components

  • Wet-Pipe Automatic Sprinkler Systems

  • Dry-Pipe Systems

  • Deluge and Preaction Systems

  • Sprinkler Design

  • Special Sprinkler Systems

  • Automatic Sprinkler Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance

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0.90 CEU$ 245
Detailed Description

This self-paced online series covers the application, design, installation, testing, and maintenance of automatic sprinkler systems.

Firestopping Series
Firestopping Series

This self-paced online series covers the essentials of firestopping, including the applicable codes and criteria, firestopping materials, system selection, installation, and firestopping inspection. Complete all five modules to qualify for .3 CEUs.



These modules are included in the Series:



  • Module 1 - Introduction to Firestopping and Applicable Codes

  • Module 2 - Firestopping Products and Materials

  • Module 3 - Firestop System Selection

  • Module 4 - Firestop Installation Methods and Instructions

  • Module 5 - Firestopping Inspections and Safety Considerations

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0.30 CEU$ 149
Detailed Description

This self-paced online series covers firestopping codes and criteria, materials, system selection, installation, and inspection.

2007 Changes to NFPA 72
2007 Changes to NFPA 72

This self-paced online series covers the vital changes in the 2007 edition of NFPA 72. The series will walk you through the changes in each chapter of the Code. Complete all six modules and qualify for .4 CEUs.



These modules are included in the series:



  • 2007 Changes to NFPA 72, Module 1

  • 2007 Changes to NFPA 72, Module 2

  • 2007 Changes to NFPA 72, Module 3

  • 2007 Changes to NFPA 72, Module 4

  • 2007 Changes to NFPA 72, Module 5

  • 2007 Changes to NFPA 72, Module 6



Upon completion you should be able to:



  • Examine the process of performance-based design for fire protection systems

  • Develop fire protection goals leading to design criteria and performance criteria

  • Employ the process of performance-based design to design a fire protection system that will meet the user\'s goals and objectives

  • Discuss and explain the development of a design, facilitating review, installation management, testing and system turn-over



Who Will Benefit


Anyone whose job involves designing, reviewing, evaluating or installing fire alarm systems, including: designers, installers, engineers, electrical contractors, technicians, project managers, fire marshals, and architects


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0.60 CEUCertificate$ 219
Detailed Description

This self-paced online series covers the vital changes in the 2007 edition of NFPA 72.

Fire and Life Safety in Healthcare Occupancies Series
Fire and Life Safety in Healthcare Occupancies Series

This self-paced online series explains key elements of implementing critical life safety issues. It covers how to determine health care occupancy standards and regulations and how to effectively apply them. The series also covers preparing for emergencies and recovery. Complete all eight modules and qualify for .4 CEUs.



These modules are included in the Series:



  • Health Care Risk Primer

  • Preventive Measures

  • Areas of Vulnerability

  • Automatic Fire Protection Systems

  • Key Responses to Facility Compromise

  • Hazardous Materials

  • Contingency Plans

  • Recovery Plans


Upon completion you should be able to:



  • Examine the process of performance-based design for fire protection systems

  • Develop fire protection goals leading to design criteria and performance criteria

  • Employ the process of performance-based design to design a fire protection system that will meet the user\'s goals and objectives

  • Discuss and explain the development of a design, facilitating review, installation management, testing and system turn-over



Who Will Benefit


Anyone whose job involves designing, reviewing, evaluating or installing fire alarm systems, including: designers, installers, engineers, electrical contractors, technicians, project managers, fire marshals, and architects



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0.80 CEU
Detailed Description

This self-paced online series explains elements of critical life safety issues, including health care occupancy standards and regulations.

Handling Flammable and Combustible Liquids Series
Handling Flammable and Combustible Liquids Series

This self-paced online series covers the basics of flammable and combustible liquids. Students will learn the seven hazardous commodity types and the most common protection strategies, review safe storage guidelines for inside a commercial or industrial facility, and learn how protection and construction features can affect a facility. Complete all four modules and qualify for .3 CEUs.



These modules are included in the Series:


  • Flammable Liquids

  • Flammable Liquids: Portable Containers

  • Flammable Liquids: Storage Room



Upon completion you should be able to:



  • Examine the process of performance-based design for fire protection systems

  • Develop fire protection goals leading to design criteria and performance criteria

  • Employ the process of performance-based design to design a fire protection system that will meet the user\'s goals and objectives

  • Discuss and explain the development of a design, facilitating review, installation management, testing and system turn-over



Who Will Benefit


Anyone whose job involves designing, reviewing, evaluating or installing fire alarm systems, including: designers, installers, engineers, electrical contractors, technicians, project managers, fire marshals, and architects

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0.30 CEU$ 139
Detailed Description

This self-paced online series introduces the basics of flammable and combustible liquids.

Warehouse Fire Safety Series
Warehouse Fire Safety Series

This self-paced online series covers the fire safety precautions surrounding the storage of goods, the major cause of warehouse fires, and how you can reduce these risks. The course discusses how your facility can use proper storage techniques for roll paper, hanging garments, carpet, and cold storage. You will learn about fire safety issues for refueling, industrial vehicles, and their maintenance. Complete all four modules and qualify for .3 CEU"

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0.40 CEU$ 139
Detailed Description

This self-paced online series covers the storage of goods, the major cause of warehouse fires, and how these risks can be reduced.

NICET Prep Pack - Facilities Preparation
NICET Prep Pack - Facilities Preparation

This self-paced online series covers selected topics from in Level I and Level II of the NICET written examination. It is designed for engineering technicians working in the fire alarm industry. This series does not offer CEUs.



These modules are included in the series:



  • Fire Alarm Organizations

  • Electrical Fundamentals

  • Heat Detector Placement

  • Smoke Detector Placement

  • Notification Appliance Placement

  • EVACS Applications

  • Fire Safety Control Functions

  • NEC Requirements

  • Power Supplies

  • Basic Circuit Design

  • Introduction to Initiating Devices

  • Heat Detectors

  • Fire Alarm Inspection and Maintenance

  • Introduction to Specialized Fire Detectors

  • Supervisory Initiating Devices

  • Smoke Detectors

  • Notification Appliances

  • Introduction to Automatic Sprinklers


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1.90 CEU$ 349
Detailed Description

This self-paced online series covers selected fire protection systems is designed for engineering technicians.

Introduction to Mass Notification Systems
Introduction to Mass Notification Systems

This self-paced online course covers basic information regarding the use and application of Mass Notification Systems (MNS). This program does not qualify for CEUs. Emergency Communication Systems (ECS) are designed to provide communication capability in the event of any type of an emergency.



Students will learn to:



  • Identify MNS as one aspect of Emergency Communication Systems (ECS)

  • Explain the purpose of MNS

  • Explain when MNS may be utilized

  • Describe the tiers of MNS technical solutions

  • Identify the most commonly used tiers of MNS technical solutions

  • Describe the challenges associated with MNS

  • Identify the general design criteria for MNS


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0.10 CEUCertificate$ 39
Detailed Description
Gain a general knowledge regarding the use and application of Mass Notification Systems (MNS). This program does not qualify for CEUs.