Fire Alarm Systems Design and Maintenance Training Class
DESCRIPTION : The Fire Alarm Systems Design and Maintenance training class teaches students about the stages of fire, fire alarm system design, and the components that make up a fire alarm system. Students learn the codes and standards for fire alarm systems, including the 2013 National Fire Protection Association NFPA 72® National Fire Alarm Code®. Students learn the operating principles of initiating devices, notification appliances, and fire alarm systems with specific equipment examples and installation and placement considerations. They also learn how to design a fire alarm system with zoning, assessment and planning, and power management in mind.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Anyone who is responsible for Fire Alarm System planning, plan review, equipment specifications, installation, acceptance, operation, and maintenance.
Note: Only offered in the Spring, please see prerequisites in the MAAP-X, M-2/MAAP/MAAP+ Addressable and BT-X FSK Fire and MNS to ensure proper scheduling of classes.
- Overview of Fire Alarm Systems
- Operating Principles, Placement, and Installation of Initiating Devices and Notification Appliances
- Operating Principles, Design Considerations, and Connection Diagrams of Typical Control Panels
- System Design
- Reporting/Receiving Equipment Types
COURSE NUMBER: 020-000-00
CLASS LIMIT: Class size is limited to 20 students. Register early to ensure space availability.