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ONLINE TRAINING

NEW SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE REVIEW, & CONTINUING EDUCATION
 

 

Online training is a very fluid dynamic.  All of our courses that feature new skills training or knowledge review are offered over multiple evenings and/or weekends.  They are fully interactive sessions that will feature a good deal of downloadable content.  Courses will be scheduled when minimum attendance numbers are met and provided on a priority basis for technicians seeking to transfer their current Certification to the Network.

The following list of online courses are either under development or have active links:

Passive Building Life Safety Systems

Water-Based Extinguishing Systems - NFPA 25(2011)

Extinguisher Inspection - NFPA 10(2007)

Unit Emergency Lighting Testing & Inspection

Mass Notification Systems Installation, Servicing, and Testing - CAN/ULC-S576-13

Carbon Monoxide Detectors & Detection Systems - Installation, Commissioning, Testing, Inspection

Fire Alarm Systems Periodic Inspection (Review Component) - CAN/ULC-S536-13

Fire Alarm Systems Periodic Inspection (FULL ONLINE COURSE) - CAN/ULC-S536-13

Fire Alarm System Verification (Review Component) - CAN/ULC-S537-13

Fire Alarm System Verification (FULL ONLINE COURSE) - CAN/ULC-S537-13

Fire Alarm Installation - CAN/ULC-S524-14 (Including Amendment 1)

Fire Safety Planning

 

WATER-BASED EXTINGUISHMENT SYSTEMS TESTING (NFPA-25)

INTRODUCING A NEW LEVEL OF PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION:

BUILDING LIFE SAFETY SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGIST (LSST)
“W” (Water-Based Extinguishing Systems)

FTN-LSST-W COURSE - Individual Registration (ONLINE COURSE ONLY) -  $ (420.00)

Purchase of the Canadian Fire Sprinkler Testing Handbook
(sold separately) is recommended, but not required.
A copy of NFPA 25 (2008) {2011 in Alberta} is required.

This is a fully interactive web-based course which is the educational component for achieving Certification as a Building Life Safety Systems Technologist (LSST) in the Water-based Extinguishing System Testing Discipline (“W”).  The course covers requirements for fire alarm system component testing (conventional and addressable systems), daily, weekly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual testing (NFPA 25), installation requirements (NFPA 11, 13, 13A, 13R), cross-connection controls testing (backflow preventers *), and will prepare the candidate to successfully complete the challenge examination for registration as a Building Life Safety Systems Technologist.  The course contains both live and pre-recorded presentations with convenient live sessions offered weekends and evenings.  Attendance for required interactive sessions is mandatory in order to to qualify to write the challenge exam.

The course will explore elements of:

NFPA 11
NFPA 13, 13A, 13R
NFPA 25 (2008/2011)
National Fire Code 2010 (as adopted in your jurisdiction),
Vancouver Fire Bylaw 2014 (NFC 2010)

It will also prepare the successful graduate for participation in the Integrated Life Safety Systems Commissioning Test (CAN/ULC-S1001-11).  Candidates will be required to formally register as Trainees and complete the field experience components to achieve full certification (Journeymen Sprinkler Fitters must submit properly formatted test reports documenting at least twenty-five percent of the field experience components in order to qualify for LSST-W certification). 

NOTES:

    1.  Alberta registrants will receive specific training modules to address the requirements in  Alberta Fire Code (2014) Division “C” Clause 2.2.4.4.

    2.  Separate Certification in cross-connection controls testing (back-flow preventer performance testing) may be required by some jurisdictions.  This course will review the specific testing mandated by NFPA 25.

The LSST-W Online Course consists of twenty (20)
two (2) hour modules (forty hours minimum)
(with a 2.5 hour final examination).
You must score 80% or higher to pass.

EASY REGISTRATION
1.  Apply using the Registration Page.  If you
already possess LSST Certification in another discipline, a file
review and stamp replacement fee will apply.
(A Paypal invoice will be produced and sent
to your email address once we receive your Registration.)
2.  Return to this page and complete the payment for this course
3.  Pay the Registration / File Review Fee
4.  We’ll provide a link to the webinar login page once
attendance minimums have been achieved
(a minimum of 30 registrants are required)
5.  You’ll receive a formal training schedule and
lesson guide so you can plan which modules
best harmonize with your lifestyle and calendar

(All payments are processed through Paypal
for your convenience and security!)

Pick a time:
Your Home City

 

For more information, CONTACT US!

We gratefully acknowledge the participation and generous support of:
The Mircom Group of Companies (http://www.mircomgroup.com)
Potter Electric Signal Co., LLC (http://www.pottersignal.com)

 

PORTABLE EXTINGUISHER INSPECTION (NFPA-10)

INTRODUCING A NEW LEVEL OF PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION:

BUILDING LIFE SAFETY SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGIST (LSST)
“E” (Portable Extinguishers)

FTN-LSST-E COURSE - Individual Registration (ONLINE COURSE ONLY) -  $260.00

A copy of NFPA 10 (2007) is required.

This is a fully interactive web-based course which is the educational component for achieving Certification as a Building Life Safety Systems Technologist (LSST) in the Extinguisher Inspection Discipline (“E”).  The course covers requirements for the annual maintenance inspection and certification of portable fire extinguishers as well as the  daily and monthly National Fire Code inspections.  The course will cover extinguisher placement, installation, and will touch on other services required by the Standard, and will prepare the candidate to successfully complete the challenge examination for registration as a Building Life Safety Systems Technologist.  The course contains both live and pre-recorded presentations with convenient sessions offered weekends and evenings.  Attendance for required interactive sessions is mandatory in order to to qualify to write the challenge exam.

The course will explore elements of:

NFPA 10 (2007)
National Fire Code 2010 / 2015  (as adopted in your jurisdiction),
National Building Code 2010 / 2015 (as adopted in your jurisdiction)

Candidates will be required to formally register as Trainees and complete the field experience components to achieve full certification.  A technician log book must be maintained at all times.

The LSST-E Online Course consists of eight (8)
two (2) hour modules (14 hours of training
with a 2.5 hour final examination).
You must score 80% or higher to pass.

EASY REGISTRATION
1.  Apply using the Registration Page.  If you
already possess LSST Certification in another discipline, a file
review and stamp replacement fee will apply.
(A Paypal invoice will be produced and sent
to your email address once we receive your Registration.)
2.  Return to this page and complete the payment for this course
3.  Pay the Registration / File Review Fee
4.  We’ll provide a link to the webinar login page once
attendance minimums have been achieved
(a minimum of 30 registrants are required)
5.  You’ll receive a formal training schedule and
lesson guide so you can plan which modules
best harmonize with your lifestyle and calendar

(All payments are processed through Paypal
for your convenience and security!)

Pick a time:
Your Home City

 

For more information, CONTACT US!

We gratefully acknowledge the participation and generous support of:
The Mircom Group of Companies (http://www.mircomgroup.com)
Potter Electric Signal Co., LLC (http://www.pottersignal.com)

 

UNIT EMERGENCY LIGHTING

INTRODUCING A NEW LEVEL OF PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION:

BUILDING LIFE SAFETY SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGIST (LSST)
“L” (Unit Emergency Lighting)

FTN-LSST-L COURSE - Individual Registration (ONLINE COURSE ONLY) -  $290.00

This is a fully interactive web-based course which is the educational component for achieving Certification as a Building Life Safety Systems Technologist (LSST) in the Unit Emergency Lighting Discipline (“L”).  The course covers requirements for the annual maintenance inspection and certification of battery operated emergency lighting units and dual powered exit lights as well as the  daily and monthly National Fire Code inspections.  The course will cover charger testing, battery load calculations, remote canopy testing, inspection procedures, and maintenance.  It will cover installation, minimum light levels, documentation, and certification of these essential life safety components, and will prepare the candidate to successfully complete the challenge examination for registration as a Building Life Safety Systems Technologist.  The course contains both live and pre-recorded presentations with convenient sessions offered weekends and evenings.  Attendance for required interactive sessions is mandatory in order to to qualify to write the challenge exam.

The course will explore elements of:

National Fire Code 2010 / 2015  (as adopted in your jurisdiction),
National Building Code 2010 / 2015 (as adopted in your jurisdiction)
Vancouver Fire Bylaw 2014 (NFC 2010)
Vancouver Building Bylaw 2014 (NBC 2010)

Candidates without prior formal certification will be required to register as Trainees and complete the field experience components to achieve full certification.  A technician log book must be maintained at all times.

The LSST-L Online Course consists of ten (10)
two (2) hour modules (18 hours of training)
(with a 2.5 hour final examination).
You must score 80% or higher to pass.

EASY REGISTRATION
1.  Apply using the Registration Page.  If you
already possess LSST Certification in another discipline, a file
review and stamp replacement fee will apply.
(A Paypal invoice will be produced and sent
to your email address once we receive your Registration.)
2.  Return to this page and complete the payment for this course
3.  Pay the Registration / File Review Fee
4.  We’ll provide a link to the webinar login page once
attendance minimums have been achieved
(a minimum of 30 registrants are required)
5.  You’ll receive a formal training schedule and
lesson guide so you can plan which modules
best harmonize with your lifestyle and calendar

(All payments are processed through Paypal
for your convenience and security!)

Pick a time:
Your Home City

 

For more information, CONTACT US!

We gratefully acknowledge the participation and generous support of:
The Mircom Group of Companies (http://www.mircomgroup.com)
Potter Electric Signal Co., LLC (http://www.pottersignal.com)

 

FIRE ALARM SYSTEM INSPECTION & TESTING
(Professional Review)

INTRODUCING A NEW LEVEL OF PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION:

BUILDING LIFE SAFETY SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGIST (LSST)
“F” (Fire Alarm Inspection & Testing)

FTN-LSST-FR COURSE - Individual Registration -  $380.00
An additional fee of $280.00 to cover the practical component of the
curriculum will be charged at a later date (see below *)

Minimum class size is twenty-five (25) participants
Pre-requisite:  Must be either  a currently Certified / Registered
ASTTBC RFPT (AL/VI) or CFAA Certified Technician.

You must already possess (or have access to)
copies of these Standards:
CAN/ULC-S524-14 (Includes Amendment 1),
CAN/ULC-S536-13,
& CAN/ULC-S561-13

This is a fully interactive online course which is the required educational component for transferring an existing recognized Registration / Certification into the Fire Technicians Network Building Life Safety Systems Technologist Programme (LSST) in the Fire Alarm Inspection and Testing Discipline (“F”).  The course covers the latest requirements for fire alarm system installation (conventional and addressable systems), how to determine and document a proper Sequence of Operation, reviewing previous reports and the building’s Fire Safety Plan, examining the manufacturer’s installation requirements, periodic testing of Fire Alarm Systems (conventional and addressable systems), audibility and intelligibility testing basics, smoke detector sensitivity testing, end-of-line testing, as well as testing of large area networks, interconnection of sprinkler systems, extinguishment systems, Emergency Voice Communication (EVC) systems, Command and Control Facility (CACF), smoke and elevator control systems. 

The course will review the required testing forms and what you are required to submit.  It will also cover communication with the AHJ, identifying and recording deficiencies, observations, recommendations, and other remarks.

The course is based on the following Codes and Standards:

Canadian Electrical Code CSA C22.1-12 Part 1 Sections 10 and 32,
CSA B44 (Elevator Code),
National Fire Code 2010 & 2015
CAN/ULC-S536-13, CAN/ULC-S1001-11
CAN/ULC-S524-14, and
CAN/ULC-S561-13

It will also prepare the successful graduate for participation in the Integrated Life Safety Systems Commissioning Test (CAN/ULC-S1001-11) that is going to be required when NFC 2015 is adopted Provincially/Territorially. 

* Additional practical (hands-on) training will be arranged within a geographically local area (convenient to the participant) that consists of a sixteen (16) hour lab component to be held over two consecutive days which includes a written and practical examination.   The additional $280.00 fee will be invoiced 60 days in advance of the lab.  Payment confirmation must be received thirty days prior to the class in order to attend.

  • Terminate, program, initialize and troubleshoot a POTTER PFC-8500 fully addressable fire alarm control,
  • Terminate, initialize and troubleshoot a POTTER PFC-5008 conventionally wired fire alarm control,
  • Terminate, program, initialize and troubleshoot a POTTER PFC-6006 Communicator
  • Use and operation of digital multi-meters and related equipment to perform the required testing in accordance with the Standard

A technician log book must be maintained at all times.

Course consists of ten (10) two hour online modules
with a 2.5 hour final examination and a sixteen (16) hour
lab component to be held in a geographically convenient
location to the member(s)
(dates, times, and venues to be announced).
You must score 80% or higher to pass.

EASY REGISTRATION
1.  Apply using the Registration Page.  If you
already possess LSST Certification in another discipline, a file
review and stamp replacement fee will apply.
(A Paypal invoice will be produced and sent
to your email address once we receive your Registration.)
2.  Return to this page and complete the payment for this course
3.  Pay the Registration / File Review Fee
4.  We’ll provide a link to the webinar login page once
attendance minimums have been achieved
(a minimum of 25 registrants are required)
5.  You’ll receive a formal training schedule and
lesson guide so you can plan which modules
best harmonize with your lifestyle and calendar

(All payments are processed through Paypal
for your convenience and security!)

Pick a time:
Your Home City

 

We gratefully acknowledge the participation and generous support of:
The Mircom Group of Companies (http://www.mircomgroup.com)
Potter Electric Signal Co., LLC (http://www.pottersignal.com)

 

FIRE ALARM SYSTEM INSPECTION & TESTING
Full Course (Online)

INTRODUCING A NEW LEVEL OF PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION:

BUILDING LIFE SAFETY SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGIST (LSST)
“F” (Fire Alarm Inspection & Testing)

FTN-LSST-F (On-Line) COURSE - Individual Registration -  $525.00
An additional fee of $360.00 to cover the practical component of the
curriculum will be charged at a later date (see below *)

Minimum class size is twenty-five (25) participants
Pre-requisite:  Must have knowledge of basic electronics
and circuit wiring, should also be a
familiar with using multi-meter and basic
hand tools.  Must be able to read, write, and
communicate clearly in English.

You must already possess (or have access to)
copies of these Standards:
CAN/ULC-S524-14 (Includes Amendment 1),
CAN/ULC-S536-13,
& CAN/ULC-S561-13

This is a fully interactive online course which is the required educational component for Registration and Certification under the Fire Technicians Network Building Life Safety Systems Technologist Programme (LSST) in the Fire Alarm Inspection and Testing Discipline (“F”).  The course covers the latest requirements for fire alarm system installation (conventional and addressable systems), and the regulatory requirements for the testing and inspection of fire alarm systems.  The course is based on a “best practice” model and will cover Sequence of Operation, reviewing previous reports and the building’s Fire Safety Plan, examining the manufacturer’s installation requirements, periodic testing of Fire Alarm Systems (conventional and addressable systems), audibility and intelligibility testing basics, smoke detector sensitivity testing, and end-of-line resistor/power supervision relay testing.  It will explore the various types of isolation modules currently in use and the proper testing methods, as well as testing of large area networks, interconnection of sprinkler systems, extinguishment systems, Emergency Voice Communication (EVC) systems, Command and Control Facility (CACF), smoke and elevator control systems. 

The course will familiarize the candidate with the required testing forms and what you are required to submit.  It will also cover communication with the AHJ, identifying and recording deficiencies, observations, recommendations, and other remarks.

The course is based on the following Codes and Standards:

Canadian Electrical Code CSA C22.1-15 Part 1 Sections 10 and 32,
CSA B44 (Elevator Code),
National Fire Code 2010 & 2015,
CAN/ULC-S536-13, CAN/ULC-S1001-11
CAN/ULC-S524-14, and
CAN/ULC-S561-13

The successful graduate will be able to prepare the plan and required documentation for the integrated testing of a building’s interconnected life safety systems (CAN/ULC-S1001-11) to address NFC 2015 Section 6.8 when it’s formally adopted in your jurisdiction.  It will also cover its implementation and execution.

* Additional practical (hands-on) training will be arranged within a geographically local area (convenient to the participant) that consists of a twenty-four (24) hour lab component to be held over three consecutive days which includes a written and practical examination.   The additional $360.00 fee will be invoiced 60 days in advance of the lab.  Payment confirmation must be received thirty days prior to the class in order to confirm your attendance.

  • Terminate, program, initialize and troubleshoot a POTTER PFC-8500 fully addressable fire alarm control,
  • Terminate, initialize and troubleshoot a POTTER PFC-5008 conventionally wired fire alarm control,
  • Terminate, program, initialize and troubleshoot a POTTER PFC-6006 Communicator
  • Use and operation of digital multi-meters and related equipment to perform the required testing in accordance with the Standard

A technician log book must be maintained at all times.

Course consists of twenty (20) two hour online modules
with a 2.5 hour final examination and a twenty-four (24) hour
lab component to be held in a geographically convenient
location to the member(s)
(dates, times, and venues to be announced).
You must score 80% or higher to pass.

EASY REGISTRATION
1.  Apply using the Registration Page.  If you
already possess LSST Certification in another discipline, a file
review and stamp replacement fee will apply.
(A Paypal invoice will be produced and sent
to your email address once we receive your Registration.)
2.  Return to this page and complete the payment for this course
3.  Pay the Registration / File Review Fee
4.  We’ll provide a link to the webinar login page once
attendance minimums have been achieved
(a minimum of 25 registrants are required)
5.  You’ll receive a formal training schedule and
lesson guide so you can plan which modules
best harmonize with your lifestyle and calendar

(All payments are processed through Paypal
for your convenience and security!)

Pick a time:
Your Home City

 

We gratefully acknowledge the participation and generous support of:
The Mircom Group of Companies (http://www.mircomgroup.com)
Potter Electric Signal Co., LLC (http://www.pottersignal.com)

 

FIRE ALARM VERIFICATION
(Professional Review)

INTRODUCING A NEW LEVEL OF PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION:

BUILDING LIFE SAFETY SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGIST (LSST)
“V” (Fire Alarm Verification)

FTN-LSST-VR COURSE - Individual Registration -  $390.00
An additional fee of $280.00 to cover the practical component of the
curriculum will be charged at a later date (see below *)
Minimum number of participants required is twenty-five (25)
Pre-requisite:  Must be an individual on the
City of Vancouver’s Bulletin 2003-009-BU/EL, an ASTTBC RFPT (VI)
or an ASTTBC (FA) or CFAA certified technician
in the employ of a manufacturer to register.

You must already possess (or have access to)
copies of these Standards:
CAN/ULC-S524-14 (Includes Amendment 1),
CAN/ULC-S537-13,
CAN/ULC-S561-13
& CAN/ULC-S1001-11

This is a fully interactive web-based course which is the minimum educational component for transferring your existing certification / registration into the Building Life Safety Systems Technologist (LSST) Fire Alarm Verification Discipline (“V”).  The course covers requirements for fire alarm system installation (conventional and addressable systems), Verification of Fire Alarm Systems (conventional and addressable systems), the annual testing component of a Section 6 Verification (conventional and addressable systems), audibility and intelligibility testing, as well as testing of large area networks, interconnection of sprinkler systems, extinguishment systems, Emergency Voice Communication (EVC) systems, Command and Control Facility (CACF), smoke and elevator control.

The course will review the Canadian Electrical Code CSA C22.1-12 Part 1 Sections 10 and 32, CSA B44-2007, National Building Code 2010 as it applies to your jurisdiction, the Vancouver Building Bylaw 2014 (as it applies to those technicians currently listed in the Bulletin), CAN/ULC-S524-14 (Including Amendment 1), CAN/ULC-S537-13, and CAN/ULC-S561-13.  It will prepare the successful graduate for participation in the Integrated Life Safety Systems Commissioning Test (CAN/ULC-S1001-11). 

* Additional practical (hands-on) training will be arranged within a geographically local area (convenient to the participant) that consists of a sixteen (16) hour lab component to be held over two consecutive days which includes a written and practical examination.   The additional $280.00 fee will be invoiced 60 days in advance of the lab.  Payment confirmation must be received thirty days prior to the class in order to confirm your attendance.

  • Terminate, program, initialize and troubleshoot a POTTER PFC-8500 fully addressable fire alarm control,
  • Terminate, initialize and troubleshoot a POTTER PFC-5008 conventionally wired fire alarm control,
  • Terminate, program, initialize and troubleshoot a POTTER PFC-6006 Communicator
  • Use and operation of audibility, intelligibility, digital multi-meters and manometers to perform the required testing in accordance with the Standards

A technician log book must be maintained at all times.

Course consists of eleven (11) two hour online modules
with a 2.5 hour final examination and a sixteen (16) hour
lab component to be held in a geographically convenient
location to the member(s)
(dates, times, and venues to be announced).
You must score 80% or higher to pass.

EASY REGISTRATION
1.  Apply using the Registration Page.  If you
already possess LSST Certification in another discipline, a file
review and stamp replacement fee will apply.
(A Paypal invoice will be produced and sent
to your email address once we receive your Registration.)
2.  Return to this page and complete the payment for this course
3.  Pay the Registration / File Review Fee
4.  We’ll provide a link to the webinar login page once
attendance minimums have been achieved
(a minimum of 25 registrants are required)
5.  You’ll receive a formal training schedule and
lesson guide so you can plan which modules
best harmonize with your lifestyle and calendar

(All payments are processed through Paypal
for your convenience and security!)

Pick a time:
Your Home City

 

We gratefully acknowledge the participation and generous support of:
The Mircom Group of Companies (http://www.mircomgroup.com)
Potter Electric Signal Co., LLC (http://www.pottersignal.com)

 

FIRE ALARM VERIFICATION
FULL COURSE (Online)

INTRODUCING A NEW LEVEL OF PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION:

BUILDING LIFE SAFETY SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGIST (LSST)
“V” (Fire Alarm Verification)

FTN-LSST-V (On-Line) COURSE - Individual Registration -  $540.00
An additional fee of $390.00 to cover the practical component of the
curriculum will be charged at a later date (see below *)
Minimum number of participants required is twenty-five (25)
Pre-requisite:  Must be an individual on the
City of Vancouver’s Bulletin 2003-009-BU/EL (, an ASTTBC RFPT (VI)
or an ASTTBC (FA) or CFAA certified technician
in the employ of a manufacturer to register.

You must already possess (or have access to)
copies of these Standards:
CAN/ULC-S524-14 (Includes Amendment 1),
CAN/ULC-S537-13,
CAN/ULC-S561-13
& CAN/ULC-S1001-11

This is a fully interactive web-based course which is the minimum educational component for transferring your existing certification / registration into the Building Life Safety Systems Technologist (LSST) Fire Alarm Verification Discipline (“V”).  The course covers requirements for fire alarm system installation (conventional and addressable systems), Verification of Fire Alarm Systems (conventional and addressable systems), the annual testing component of a Section 6 Verification (conventional and addressable systems), audibility and intelligibility testing, as well as testing of large area networks, interconnection of sprinkler systems, extinguishment systems, Emergency Voice Communication (EVC) systems, Command and Control Facility (CACF), smoke and elevator control.

The course will review the Canadian Electrical Code CSA C22.1-12 Part 1 Sections 10 and 32, CSA B44-2007, National Building Code 2010 as it applies to your jurisdiction, the Vancouver Building Bylaw 2014 (as it applies to those technicians currently listed in the Bulletin), CAN/ULC-S524-14 (Including Amendment 1), CAN/ULC-S537-13, and CAN/ULC-S561-13.  It will prepare the successful graduate for participation in the Integrated Life Safety Systems Commissioning Test (CAN/ULC-S1001-11). 

* Additional practical (hands-on) training will be arranged within a geographically local area (convenient to the participant) that consists of a sixteen (16) hour lab component to be held over two consecutive days which includes a written and practical examination.   The additional $280.00 fee will be invoiced 60 days in advance of the lab.  Payment confirmation must be received thirty days prior to the class in order to confirm your attendance.

  • Terminate, program, initialize and troubleshoot a POTTER PFC-8500 fully addressable fire alarm control,
  • Terminate, initialize and troubleshoot a POTTER PFC-5008 conventionally wired fire alarm control,
  • Terminate, program, initialize and troubleshoot a POTTER PFC-6006 Communicator
  • Use and operation of audibility, intelligibility, digital multi-meters and manometers to perform the required testing in accordance with the Standards

A technician log book must be maintained at all times.

Course consists of twenty (20) two hour online modules
with a 2.5 hour final examination and a twenty-four (24) hour
lab component to be held in a geographically convenient
location to the member(s)
(dates, times, and venues to be announced).
You must score 80% or higher to pass.

EASY REGISTRATION
1.  Apply using the Registration Page.  If you
already possess LSST Certification in another discipline, a file
review and stamp replacement fee will apply.
(A Paypal invoice will be produced and sent
to your email address once we receive your Registration.)
2.  Return to this page and complete the payment for this course
3.  Pay the Registration / File Review Fee
4.  We’ll provide a link to the webinar login page once
attendance minimums have been achieved
(a minimum of 25 registrants are required)
5.  You’ll receive a formal training schedule and
lesson guide so you can plan which modules
best harmonize with your lifestyle and calendar

(All payments are processed through Paypal
for your convenience and security!)

Pick a time:
Your Home City

 

We gratefully acknowledge the participation and generous support of:
The Mircom Group of Companies (http://www.mircomgroup.com)
Potter Electric Signal Co., LLC (http://www.pottersignal.com)

 

PASSIVE BUILDING LIFE SAFETY SYSTEMS

INTRODUCING A NEW LEVEL OF PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION:

BUILDING LIFE SAFETY SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGIST (LSST)
“B” (Passive Life Safety Systems Testing & Inspection)

FTN-LSST-B COURSE - Individual Registration -  $325.00
Minimum number of participants required is twenty-five (25)

You must already possess (or have access to)
copies of these Codes:
NBC 2015 (or the Building Code currently referenced
within your jurisdiction)
NFC 2015 (or the Fire Code currently referenced
within your jurisdiction)

This is a fully interactive web-based course which is the minimum educational component for obtaining registration in the Building Life Safety Systems Technologist (LSST) Passive Life Safety Systems Discipline (“B”).  The course covers requirements for the inspection and testing of fire door assemblies, mechanical smoke dampers, self-illuminating egress path marker systems, self-illuminating and reflective exit signs, and fire stopping.  It also examines the requirements for fire safety and emergency planning and provides participants with the necessary ground-work to identify correctly maintained building infrastructure critically important to ensuring occupant life safety.  You can confidently recommend additional maintenance procedures and provide professional advice on dealing with issues specific to changes in a building’s occupancy or physical characteristics.

A technician log book must be maintained at all times.

Course consists of fourteen (14) two hour online modules
with a 2.5 hour final examination.

EASY REGISTRATION
1.  Apply using the Registration Page.  If you
already possess LSST Certification in another discipline, a file
review and stamp replacement fee will apply.
(A Paypal invoice will be produced and sent
to your email address once we receive your Registration.)
2.  Return to this page and complete the payment for this course
3.  Pay the Registration / File Review Fee
4.  We’ll provide a link to the webinar login page once
attendance minimums have been achieved
(a minimum of 25 registrants are required)
5.  You’ll receive a formal training schedule and
lesson guide so you can plan which modules
best harmonize with your lifestyle and calendar

(All payments are processed through Paypal
for your convenience and security!)

Pick your time:
Your Home City

 

We gratefully acknowledge the participation and generous support of:
The Mircom Group of Companies (http://www.mircomgroup.com)
Potter Electric Signal Co., LLC (http://www.pottersignal.com)

 

CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS & DETECTION SYSTEMS

INTRODUCING A NEW LEVEL OF PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION:

BUILDING LIFE SAFETY SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGIST (LSST)
“C” (Carbon Monoxide Detection Systems)

FTN-LSST-C COURSE - Individual Registration -  $265.00
Minimum number of participants required is twenty-five (25)

You must already possess (or have access to)
copies of these Codes:
NBC 2015 (or Building Code currently referenced
within your jurisdiction)
NFC 2015 (or Fire Code currently referenced
within your jurisdiction)

This is a fully interactive web-based course which is the minimum educational component for obtaining registration in the Building Life Safety Systems Technologist (LSST) Carbon Monoxide Systems Discipline (“C”).  The course covers requirements for the installation, commissioning, inspection and testing of stand-alone carbon monoxide alarms, carbon monoxide detection systems, and explosive gases.

A technician log book must be maintained at all times.

Course consists of fourteen (14) two hour online modules
with a 2.5 hour final examination.

EASY REGISTRATION
1.  Apply using the Registration Page.  If you
already possess LSST Certification in another discipline, a file
review and stamp replacement fee will apply.
(A Paypal invoice will be produced and sent
to your email address once we receive your Registration.)
2.  Return to this page and complete the payment for this course
3.  Pay the Registration / File Review Fee
4.  We’ll provide a link to the webinar login page once
attendance minimums have been achieved
(a minimum of 25 registrants are required)
5.  You’ll receive a formal training schedule and
lesson guide so you can plan which modules
best harmonize with your lifestyle and calendar

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We gratefully acknowledge the participation and generous support of:
The Mircom Group of Companies (http://www.mircomgroup.com)
Potter Electric Signal Co., LLC (http://www.pottersignal.com)

 

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Tyco Dry Valve Installation.
Soda Acid Extinguisher.
Incorrect Smoke Detector Placement.
Where's the Fire Stopping?
Wrong Instructions For Fire Hose Use!
Incorrect Fire Alarm Communicator Installation
Four Circuit Isolator Module
Fire Alarm Test!
Improperly Terminated Addressable Field Devices
Fire Alarm UDACT Installation c/w Potter PSN-106 Booster Power Supply

 

 

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