Approved CEU Courses

Course NameHoursAppropriate for:DescriptionSponsoring CompanyApprovals
TBFAA- Fire Prep Course16Technicians, Salespeople, ManagersPrep course for taking the Texas State Fire Marshal’'s Fire Alarm Technician Exam. TBFAA
Brad Shipp
exdirector@tbfaa.org
www.tbfaa.org
877.908.2322
TX- DPS- 16 Hours
DSC Power Series Basics4Technicians, Salespeople, ManagersStudents will be instructed on advanced programming of the DSC Power Series Panels. Subjects will include features, benefits, applications, compatible modules, operation, system design, testing, troubleshooting and basic programming.Digital Security Controls
Troy Strelow
tstrelow@dsc.com
www.dsc.com
325.793.2473
OK
OKBFAA Code Class- Codes & Standards Course8Technicians, Salespeople, ManagersCovers the applicable building codes for Oklahoma including; IBC- International Building Code, IFC- International Fire Code, IMC- International Mechanical code, IRC- International Residential Code and NFPA 101- Life Safety Code.OKBFAA
Wanda Day
wandalday@yahoo.com
www.okbfaa.org
918-622-8486
OK
OKBFAA Level 2 Electronics Course8Technicians, Salespeople, ManagersThe Oklahoma Level 2 Electronic Course covers parts to a circuit (power source, conductors & load) types of circuits, measuring electricity (voltage, current, resistance & power), applying ohm's law, conversions, load calculations and voltage dropOKBFAA
Wanda Day
wandalday@yahoo.com
www.okbfaa.org
918-622-8486
OK
OKBFAA Fire - Unlimited Fire Technician16Technicians, Salespeople, ManagersThe Oklahoma Level 2 - Fire Installation & Wiring Codes Course focuses on NFPA 72 and covers Fundamentals- Fire Signatures, Effects and Stages, Codes & Standards. AHJ, Fire Alarm Equipment Overview, Initiating Devices, Signal Transmission, Controls, Power, Notification Appliances, Signaling Systems, Annunciators, Ancillary Circuits- Interconnecting Special Systems, Fire Command Centers, False Alarm Reduction, Documentation and Approvals & AcceptanceOKBFAA
Wanda Day
wandalday@yahoo.com
www.okbfaa.org
918-622-8486
OK
OKBFAA Level 1- Burglar & Limited Fire Alarm Course16Technicians, Salespeople, ManagersThe Oklahoma Level 1- Burglar & Limited Fire Alarm Course begins with several general topics including; overview of the industry, ethics, building construction, safety, law, standards & codes, general electricity & electronics, microprocessors, and tools. It continues to prepare you for system installations by covering; documentation (blueprints, etc), site survey, where to locate components, how to layout cabling, develop a job plan and organize work flow. Next we move to wire buildings including; securing the area ? drop cloths- safety cones, etc., pulling & securing the wire, roughing in device component locations and labeling wire and cable.Last we cover splicing and termination methods, steps for testing, troubleshooting and debugging, how to train users, as built documentation and maintenance & repairOKBFAA
Wanda Day
wandalday@yahoo.com
www.okbfaa.org
918-622-8486
OK
ASAA Level 116Technicians, Salespeople, ManagersCovers overview of the industry, ethics, building construction, safety, law, codes and standards, general electricity, microprocessors and tools. It prepares technicians for system installations and service repairs by covering the basic steps used in our industry including: documentation, site survey, component location, cabling and testing.

The course is two days of instruction and a half a day for review and testing. The first day of instruction will cover the technical aspects. The second day will cover the non-technical aspects and we will be joined with the sales course. This course satisfies the requirements for Alarm Agents (sales) and Technicians and one of the required classes for Managers
ASAA
Jordon Brown
jordon@guardtronic.com
www.arkansasalarm.org
479) 785-2323
AR
ASAA- Sales Course8Technicians, SalespeopleCovers law, codes and standards, placement of devices, and some basics of technology. It prepares the sales personnel by giving them an overview of the devices commonly used in our industry and how they are to be used.
The course is one day of instruction and a half a day for review and testing.
This course satisfies the requirements for Alarm Agents (sales). Technicians and Managers should not register for this class.

The course is two days of instruction and a half a day for review and testing. The first day of instruction will cover the technical aspects. The second day will cover the non-technical aspects and we will be joined with the sales course.
This course satisfies the requirements for Alarm Agents (sales) and Technicians and one of the required classes for Managers
ASAA
Jordon Brown
jordon@guardtronic.com
www.arkansasalarm.org
479) 785-2323
AR
ASAA- Electronics course8Technicians, Salespeople, ManagersCovers parts of a circuit, types of circuits, measuring electricity, applying Ohm's law, conversions, load calculations and voltage drop. It is an in depth course on trouble shooting and using a meter. This course is one day of instruction and a half day for review and testing. This course satisfies one of the requirements for Managers. It is also a great course for all technicians, but is NOT required for them.ASAA
Jordon Brown
jordon@guardtronic.com
www.arkansasalarm.org
479) 785-2323
AR
ASAA- Fire Installation and Wiring Codes16Technicians, Salespeople, ManagersFocuses on NFPA 72 and covers: fundamentals, Fire Signatures, Effects and States, Codes & Standards, AHJ, Fire Alarm Equipment Overview, Initiating Devices, Signal Transmission, Controls, Power, Notification Appliances, Signaling Systems, Ancillary Circuits and Documentation.
Fire Installation and Wiring Codes is based on: NFPA 72 ('02) and NFPA 70 ('02). Students are encouraged, but not required, to bring these books with them for discussion.

This course is two days of instruction and a half day for review and testing. This course satisfies one of the requirements for Managers. It is also a great course for all technicians that deal with fire alarm systems, but is NOT required for them.
ASAA
Jordon Brown
jordon@guardtronic.com
www.arkansasalarm.org
479) 785-2323
AR
KESA - Level 116Technicians, Salespeople, ManagersCovers overview of the industry, ethics, building construction, safety, law, codes and standards, general electricity, microprocessors and tools. It prepares technicians for system installations and service repairs by covering the basic steps used in our industry including: documentation, site survey, component location, cabling and testing.KESA
Dan Locke
key1@workmail.com
www.kesaus.org
316.282.0266
KS
TBFAA Level 116Technicians, Salespeople, Managers
Meets requirements for installers and salespersons. The program provides an overview on the theory, installation and maintenance of alarm systems.
Topics include: Electronic Systems Industry Overview, Professionalism & Ethics, Building Construction, Safety, Law, Standards & Codes, General Electricity & Electronics, Microprocessors & Computers, Tools, Prepare For System Installation, Wire Buildings, Trim, Install Components & Subsystems, Configure- Program, Test, Troubleshooting, Debug, Train Users, As Built Documentation, Maintenance & Repair
TBFAA
Brad Shipp
exdirector@tbfaa.org
www.tbfaa.org
TX- DPS
KESA- Fire Installation and Wiring Codes16Technicians, Salespeople, ManagersFocuses on NFPA 72 and covers: Fundamentals, Fire Signatures, Effects and States, Codes & Standards, AHJ, Fire Alarm Equipment Overview, Initiating Devices, Signal Transmission, Controls, Power, Notification Appliances, Signaling Systems, Ancillary Circuits and Documentation.
Fire Installation and Wiring Codes is based on: NFPA 72 ('02) and NFPA 70 ('02). Students are encouraged, but not required, to bring these books with them for discussion.

This course is two days of instruction and a half day for review and testing. This course satisfies one of the requirements for Managers. It is also a great course for all technicians that deal with fire alarm systems, but is NOT required for them.
KESA
Dan Locke
key1@workmail.com
www.kesaus.org
316.282.0266
KS
MDBFAA - Level 116Technicians, Salespeople, ManagersCovers overview of the industry, ethics, building construction, safety, law, codes and standards, general electricity, microprocessors and tools. It prepares technicians for system installations and service repairs by covering the basic steps used in our industry including: documentation, site survey, component location, cabling and testing.MDBFAA
Brad Shipp
exdirector@mdbfaa,org
www.mdbfaa.org
(866) 632-3221
Montgomery & Harford,
Fire Alarm Academy- ADI & Benefits Incld. Panels 2 Hour2Technicians, Salespeople, Managers1996 NFPA 72 requirements and should probably be updated. It covers definitions and comparisons of analog digital and conventional systems and product features.Silent Knight
Brian Griffin
brian.w.griffin@honeywell.com
www.honeywell.com
(800) 328-0103
OK
Fire Alarm Academy- Fifty Points Seminar 040103.25SalespeopleVery brief summary of the sales or design reasoning for analog over conventional fire alarm. Slides reference 1999 NFPA 72Silent Knight
Brian Griffin
brian.w.griffin@honeywell.com
www.honeywell.com
(800) 328-0103
OK
Fire Alarm Academy- SK 2004 AE Presentation- 2 hour Version2Technicians, Salespeople, ManagersCovers broad range of product line.Silent Knight
Brian Griffin
brian.w.griffin@honeywell.com
www.honeywell.com
(800) 328-0103
Fire Alarm Academy- SK 2004 AE Presentation- 4 hour Version4Technicians, Salespeople, ManagersCovers broad range of product line. With links in the Power Point program and an experienced trainer this course could be 4-8 hours in length, or simply clicking forward is approximately 2 hours.Silent Knight
Brian Griffin
brian.w.griffin@honeywell.com
www.honeywell.com
(800) 328-0103
OK
Fire Alarm Academy- SK 2004 AE Presentation- 8 hour Version8Technicians, Salespeople, ManagersCovers broad range of product line. With links in the Power Point program and an experienced trainer this course could be 4-8 hours in length, or simply clicking forward is approximately 2 hours.Silent Knight
Brian Griffin
brian.w.griffin@honeywell.com
www.honeywell.com
(800) 328-0103
OK
Intercom As the Final Piece of the Security Puzzle2Technicians, Salespeople, ManagersCourse on Intercoms- Useful Information but Not appropriate for credit toward licensingAiphone
Brad Kamcheff
brad@aiphone.com
www.aiphone.com
425) 455-0510
DSC Power Series Advanced4Technicians, Salespeople, ManagersFollow-uo to the DSC Power Series Basics course. Students will be instructed on advanced programming of the DSC Power Series Panels. This will include residential fire alarm programming and design, advanced zone programming, partition programming, communicator programming, programming the panel to enable it ot be uploaded and downloaded. Students will understand and be able to program advanced zone atributes. This will allow the student ot customize zone configurations to meet their customer's needs. Students will understand alarm wiring, programming and troubleshooting. Students will be able to configure and understand partition programming and user operation. Students will be able to program and troubleshoot communicator programming.Digital Security Controls
Troy Strelow
tstrelow@dsc.com
www.dsc.com
325.793.2473
OK
Introduction to Basic Fire Alarm Technology2Technicians, Salespeople, ManagersIntroductory course is for individuals with little or no experience in the fire alarm industry. The course covers the basic building blocks of modern conventional and addressable fire alarm systems. It covers the primary and secondary functions of a fire alarm control panel, various initiating and notification devices, digital communicators, waterflow alarm and sprinkler system monitoring.Honeywell
Jeff Behuniak
jeff.behuniak@honeywell.com
www.honeywell.com
203-484-6244
OK
Basic Fire Alarm Technology8Technicians, Salespeople, ManagersIntroductory course for individuals with little or no background in the fire alarm industry. Included are definitions, terminologies, primary and secondary functions of a fire alarm control and voice evacuation systems, various initiating and notification devices, digital communicators, sprinkler system, agent releasing systems, waterflow devices, field wiring styles, and the differences between conventional and addressable fire alarm systems. This course also covers design considerations and basic codes such as NFPA 72 and The American Disabilities Act (ADA). This course concludes with a written examination and the completion of a post course evaluation.Honeywell
Jeff Behuniak
jeff.behuniak@honeywell.com
www.honeywell.com
203-484-6244
OK
Addressable Fire Alarm Control Panels4Technicians, Salespeople, ManagersDesigned for individuals with little or no knowledge of addressable fire alarm panels or systems. It provides the student with an overview on the differences between conventional and addressable systems as well as a basic understanding of addressable devices and the signaling line circuit used to connect the devices to the fire alarm panel. Students complete a hands-on wiring, programming and troubleshooting lab assignment.Honeywell
Jeff Behuniak
jeff.behuniak@honeywell.com
www.honeywell.com
203-484-6244
OK
Fire Alarm Design & Quoting4Technicians, Salespeople, ManagersDesigned for individuals with a basic understanding of fire alarm systems who are responsible, or are expecting to become responsible for designing fire alarm systems. Covered subjects include the proper selection and application of smoke/heat detectors, manual pull stations, notification appliances and other system devices. The course also covers design consideration and basic codes such as NFPA 72 and ADA.Honeywell
Jeff Behuniak
jeff.behuniak@honeywell.com
www.honeywell.com
203-484-6244
OK
Fire Systems Design2Technicians, Salespeople, ManagersIntermediate course is for technical personnel who serve in a Fire Applications or Fire Systems Design capacity and who possess a basic understanding of fire alarm systems. The course covers the proper selection of smoke detectors, manual pull stations, notification appliances, NFPA 72 and the American Disabilities Act (ADA).Honeywell
Jeff Behuniak
jeff.behuniak@honeywell.com
www.honeywell.com
203-484-6244
OK
Fundamentals of Power Supplies2Technicians, Salespeople, ManagersIntroductory course is for individuals with intermediate experience in fire alarm systems. The course addresses the extension and expansion of a basic fire alarm system through the application of remote power supplies for the purpose of powering notification appliances, 4-wire smoke detectors and supplementary devices. The course also covers American Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines, voltage-drop and wire gauge calculations.Honeywell
Jeff Behuniak
jeff.behuniak@honeywell.com
www.honeywell.com
203-484-6244
OK
Introduction to Addressable Fire Alarm Control Panels2Technicians, Salespeople, Managers FireLite’s Addressable Intelligent Fire Alarm Control Panels is for individuals with experience in addressable fire alarm systems. The course covers the features functions and capabilities of addressable control panels, the various input, output and supplementary devices, optional components and modules.Honeywell
Jeff Behuniak
jeff.behuniak@honeywell.com
www.honeywell.com
203-484-6244
OK
Fundamentals of Power Supplies2Technicians, Salespeople, ManagersIntroductory course is for individuals with intermediate experience in fire alarm systems. The course addresses the extension and expansion of a basic fire alarm system through the application of remote power supplies for the purpose of powering notification appliances, 4-wire smoke detectors and supplementary devices. The course also covers American Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines, voltage-drop and wire gauge calculations.Honeywell
Jeff Behuniak
jeff.behuniak@honeywell.com
www.honeywell.com
203-484-6244
OK
Understanding Intelligent Fire Alarms Systems2Technicians, Salespeople. ManagersIntroductory course exposes students to the fundamentals of Intelligent Fire Alarm Systems. The course is for individuals with experience in conventional fire alarm systems that are looking to expand into the addressable, intelligent fire alarms systems market. The course covers the benefits, features and capabilities of intelligent systems, the various input, output and supplementary devices, optional components and modules and the concepts of Input/Output (I/O) programming.Honeywell
Jeff Behuniak
jeff.behuniak@honeywell.com
www.honeywell.com
203-484-6244
OK
Voice Evacuation Principles2Technicians, Salespeople, ManagersDesigned for individuals with little or no knowledge of voice evacuation systems. Included are the basic functions of a voice evacuation system, methods for initiating voice evacuation messages, speaker circuits and field wiring styles. This course also covers design considerations.Honeywell
Jeff Behuniak
jeff.behuniak@honeywell.com
www.honeywell.com
203-484-6244
OK
Voice Evacuation Systems2Technicians, Salespeople, ManagersFor individuals with experience in Voice Alarm & Evacuation. The course covers FireLite’s ACC-25/50 and ACC-25/50ZS Audio Command Centers and the ACC-25/50DA and ACC-25/50DAZS Zone Select Distributed Audio systems.Honeywell
Jeff Behuniak
jeff.behuniak@honeywell.com
www.honeywell.com
203-484-6244
OK
Kansas Electronic Security Association Level 2 Electronics Course8Technicians, SalespeopleElectronics course covers parts of a circuit, types of circuits, measuring electricity, applying Ohm's law, conversions, load calculations and voltage drop. It is an in depth course on trouble shooting and using a meter. This course is one day of instruction and a half day for review and testing. This course satisfies one of the requirements for Managers. It is also a great course for all technicians, but is NOT required for them.KESA
Dan Locke
key1@workmail.com
www.kesaus.org
316.282.0266
KS
2008 Product Training Workshop for the AN System1TechniciansOverview of benefits, features, basic wiring and programing for the AN SystemAiphone
Brad Kamcheff
brad@aiphone.com
www.aiphone.com
425) 455-0510
2008 Product Training Workshop for the AX System1TechniciansAX System and it integration with acccess control and CCTV. System Capacity, system exchange, and master stations. Video and door stations.Aiphone
Brad Kamcheff
brad@aiphone.com
www.aiphone.com
425) 455-0510
2008 Product Training Workshop for JA, JF &KB1TechniciansCovers the JA, JF & KS System Units & Accessories. Applications are covered.Aiphone
Brad Kamcheff
brad@aiphone.com
www.aiphone.com
425) 455-0510
2008 Product Training Workshop1TechniciansHistory of Aiphone and all the benefits of rusing their product. Covers markets that would benetit form these tools and how to choose the correct system.Aiphone
Brad Kamcheff
brad@aiphone.com
www.aiphone.com
425) 455-0510
2008 Product Training Workshop for the GH System1TechniciansOverview of benefits, features, basic wiring and programing for the GH SystemAiphone
Brad Kamcheff
brad@aiphone.com
www.aiphone.com
425) 455-0510