NICET II Inspection & Testing Prep Course CANCELLED

NICET II Inspection & Testing Prep Course CANCELLED
*Please note these class dates have been CANCELLED.* This 2 day in-person course will prepare students to take the NICET II Examination. The course will include a review of NICET certification requirements, test taking preparation and strategy, and review of reference materials.

AFSA’s NICET II Inspection & Testing Prep Course is intended to prepare ITM technicians, having at least two years of relevant work experience, for the NICET Level II exam for Inspection & Testing of Water-Based Systems. The course includes content relevant to NICET Level II which primarily concentrates on NFPA 25, 2017 Ed., ITM requirements of wet systems, dry systems, water tanks, fire pumps, standpipes, and private fire service mains. In-class review of the identification and classification of ITM deficiencies and impairments, obstruction investigations, and assessments of internal piping conditions will be included along with an overview of required safety and communication elements. Participants will have an opportunity to apply test-taking and time-management strategies during timed, in-class assessments in preparation for the NICET exam. The practice problems and assessments will simulate the time allotted and information that may be present on the NICET II test.

Optional Testing Day:
Students are encouraged to pre-schedule the NICET II exam for a date shortly after completing this course. NICET exam purchased separately; it is not included with this course. Use your NICET login credentials to book your exam appointment in advance at: https://home.pearsonvue.com/nicet
A Pearson Vue test center is conveniently located across the street from the AFSA Training Center in Dallas.  See Pearson Vue Center details here: https://wsr.pearsonvue.com/testtaker/registration/TestCenterDirections.htm?testCenterId=47123&clientCode=NICET

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to:
•    Restate NICET Level II certification requirements for Inspection & Testing of Water-Based Systems.
•    Review test-taking strategies for timed test formats
•    List references permitted when taking NICET Level II exam for Inspection & Testing of Water-Based Systems.
•    Describe the content outline for NICET Level II exam for Inspection & Testing of Water-Based Systems.

Prerequisites:
Minimum of 2 years of relevant work experience in the inspection and periodic testing of water-based fire protection systems as defined by NICET.  See full Level II requirements:  https://www.nicet.org/certification-programs/electrical-and-mechanical-systems/inspection-and-testing-of-water-based-systems/certification-requirements/

Supplies Student Brings:

•    NFPA 25, 2017 Ed.
•    Pens, pencils, paper for note-taking
•    Optional Supplies: See NICET list of permitted reference materials: https://www.nicet.org/nicetorg/assets/File/public/I&TWBS_II_General_References.pdf

Please Note: AFSA makes no implied or expressed warranty that studying these materials or passing this course will ensure passage of the related NICET test exams or certification by NICET.

Helpful Sources:
•    
NICET Certification for Inspection & Testing of Water-Based Systems: https://www.nicet.org/certification-programs/electrical-and-mechanical-systems/inspection-and-testing-of-water-based-systems/
•    NICET Level II Content Outline: https://www.nicet.org/nicetorg/assets/File/public/ITWBS%20II%20-%20Content%20Outline.pdf

•    NICET Level II References: https://www.nicet.org/nicetorg/assets/File/public/I&TWBS_II_General_References.pdf
•    NICET Certification Requirements for Inspection & Testing of Water-Based Systems: https://www.nicet.org/certification-programs/electrical-and-mechanical-systems/inspection-and-testing-of-water-based-systems/certification-requirements/

Instructor: 


Joshua McDonald, MSET, CFPS

Joshua McDonald, MSET, CFPS, is technical programs specialist for AFSA, where he is responsible for developing, updating, and delivering technical content. He has experience in all areas of training for fire protection industry professionals including web-based and hands-on learning. As a manufacturer, McDonald has been involved in research and development of new fire protection products and has extensive experience with NFPA 25. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Fire Protection and Safety Engineering Technology and Master of Science degree in Fire Safety and Explosion Protection from Oklahoma State University. McDonald is a member of NFPA and SFPE.

CEUs: 1.6 | CPDs: 16.0

Price

AHJ: $175       AFSA Member: $350       Non-Member: $500
Join us today to receive the member rate and secure your spot.

Class Location:

AFSA Training Center
12750 Merit Drive,
Suite 351
Dallas, TX 75251

Hotel Location:

The Westin Dallas Park Central
12720 Merit Drive,
Dallas, TX 75251
972-385-3000 

Special AFSA Neighbor Rate: $69 / night + tax
To make your reservation call 888-627-7032, mention American Fire Sprinkler Association and give code T9916.
Accommodations, food, travel arrangements, etc. are not included in registration fee.
Please DO NOT make travel arrangements until your registration has been confirmed by EMAIL or FAX by AFSA.



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When
12/6/2021 - 12/7/2021
Where
12750 Merit Drive, Suite 350 Dallas, TX 75251 UNITED STATES

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