$1,553

Credit Hours: 80
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New Jersey Dual Burglar & Fire Alarm 80hr Initial Education

This package consists of 80 hours of Burglar Alarm and Fire Alarm coursework approved by the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs, New Jersey Fire Alarm, Burglar Alarm, and Locksmith Advisory Committee.

Designed to fulfill the educational requirements of initial license applicants, this package includes the 10 mandatory state specific educational credits, as well as the mandatory three hour smoke detection course required for all initial Burglar Alarm License Applicants.

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Product Description / Course Objectives

This package includes the following courses: Common Sense Approach to OSHA Safety Procedure (Industrial Safety), Intro to the ADA, Intro the NJ Barrier Free Subcode / Intro to the NJ UCC / NJ Laws & Regulations / Advanced Burglar Alarms / Burglar Alarm Basics / Residential Fire Systems (mandatory smoke detection) / Burglar Alarm Communications / Video Forensics / Industry Statistics / Troubleshooting Your Systems / Designing a Functional & Reliable Intrusion Alarm Sys / Proven Approaches to System Power Needs / Practical Guide to Control Panels / An Advanced Perspective of System Programming / An Expert Approach to Commercial Interior Design / An Expert Approach to Commercial Perimeter Detection / Output Device Proficiency / P/I Detection / Off Premises Reporting / Functions of an Alarm System / Best Practices in Troubleshootin Burglar Alarm Systems / Professional Customer Service for Alarm Technicians / Overview of Life Safety Codes Module 1 and 2 / On the Job Safety / Detection Devices in Specialized Applications / Applications of Electrical Theory for Alarm Professionals / Fundamentals of Documentation, Inspecting & Testing / 2014 NEC Wiring Methods & Materials / Overview of NFPA 70E / Types of Fire Alarm and Signaling Systems / Fundamentals of Fire Systems / Everything You Wanted to Know About Fire Alarms / Fire Sprinkler Systems / Initiating Devices / Notification Devices / Inspect, Maintain, & Test Fire Systems / System Initiating Devices / Written & Verbal Communication Skills / Time Management / Client Relations / Commercial Fire Alarm Sales / Understanding & Applying Security Concepts / Sales Processes for Security Professionals / IP Series Part 1 – 8

 

The following Credits are included to ensure all mandatory credit requirements are met:

 

Credit Hours: 80

 

Approved for CEU Credit in:

New Jersey

The following continuing education courses are included in this state licensing package:

Common Sense Approach to OSHA Safety

Introduction to the ADA

New Jersey Barrier Free Subcode

New Jersey Uniform Construction Code

NJ Laws & Regulations: Fire Alarm, Burglar Alarm & Locksmith

Advanced Burglar Alarms

Burglar Alarm Basics

Residential Fire Systems

Burglar Alarm Communications

Industry Statistics

Troubleshooting your System

Designing a Functional and Reliable Intrusion Alarm System

Proven Approaches to System Power Needs

Practical Guide to Control Panels

An Advanced Perspective of System Programming

An Expert Approach to Commercial Interior Detection

An Expert Approach to Commercial Perimeter Detection

Output Device Proficiency

An Advanced Perspective of Residential Application and Layout

An Advanced Perspective of Commercial Application and Layout

Introduction to IP Networking for Physical Security (IP Series Part 1)

IP Addressing for LANS and the Internet (IP Series Part 2)

Wired and Wireless Connections (IP Series Part 3)

Internet Connections for Physical Security Devices (IP Series Part 4)

Router Function & Programming Options for Security Device IP Communications (IP Series Part 5)

Network Switches and Physical Security Devices (IP Series Part 6)

Common Network Problems and Solutions (IP Series Part 7)

Network Cabling Testing and Troubleshooting (IP Series Part 8)

Written and Verbal Communication Skills

Time Management

Client Relations

Understanding and Applying Security Concepts

Sales Processes for Security Professionals

Commercial Fire Alarm Sales

Fundamentals of Fire Systems

Everything you Wanted to Know About Fire Alarms

Fire Sprinkler Systems

Initiating Devices

Notification Devices

Inspect, Maintain, and Test Fire Systems

System Initiating Devices

2014 NEC Wiring Methods and Materials – Electrical

Applications of Electrical Theory for Alarm Professionals

Overview of the Life Safety Codes – Module One

Overview of the Life Safety Codes – Module Two

On the Job Safety

Overview of NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace, 2012 Edition – Electrical

Professional Customer Service for Alarm Technicians

Best Practices in Troubleshooting Burglar Alarm Systems

Perimeter and Interior Detection

Off-Premises Reporting

Functions of an Alarm Systems

Video Forensics

Types of Fire Alarm and Signaling Systems