Courses cover a wide range of technical information, including installation, programming and troubleshooting with practical hands-on exercises, the release stated.
Tom Rosa, Fire-Lite Alarms'' instructional curriculum developer and senior technical trainer, said: "Course enrollment is topping out more than ever and I think it''s because of the top-notch education students receive. The high level of instruction combined with many hands-on labs is very unusual for a free class. Many are coming to learn more about addressable systems and move away from conventional technology."
Both two-day and three-day classes are available and completion counts towards continuing education credits from the National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association (NBFAA), the release noted.
The next class, titled "MiniScan," will be October 27-29 in
Oregon, the release added.
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