There will be extensive training classes at the Symposium. Dates and info for upcoming training classes coming soon.
All NJESA classes have been approved by the NJ Division of Consumer Affairs – Fire Alarm, Burglar Alarm and Locksmith Advisory Committee for credits of continuing education.
All New Jersey alarm dealers and installers are required to be licensed and renewed every three years. For more information on renewal and new applicant CEU requirements, click here.
The courses included NJ Uniform Fire Code – 2015 IFC/NJ Update Primer; Strobes – Understanding Visual Notification: Supervising Station and Code Requirements; and Methods to Reduce False and Nuisance Fire Alarms.
Lunch was provided by the NJESA. Thanks again to ADI for sponsoring the training.