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Upcoming Webinars

Join us for a webinar covering NICET certifications and how the new customer portal streamlines the application process and provides additional transparency.

When: 12/01/2020
Join the American Fire Sprinkler Association (AFSA) and the Automatic Fire Alarm Association (AFAA) for this overview of the codes and standards that apply to the inspection, testing and maintenance of alarm and sprinkler systems, and why the coordination of these inspections is vital.

When: 12/09/2020
As the workforce landscape changes, so must tactics for recruiting, training and retaining professionals in our industry. The effort will require new approaches in how we communicate career opportunities, such as work-based learning and other initiatives, to youth and young craft professionals. Come learn how NCCER and Build Your Future’s resources can help build your company’s workforce development strategy.

When: 12/10/2020
NFPA 909 requires fire prevention, active fire protection systems, passive fire protection features, and considerations for resiliency and salvage planning. When applied, it imposes additional requirements for fire alarm, detection, security, and fire suppression systems beyond what is minimally required by building and fire codes which will impact cost and schedule. This webinar will discuss issues affecting contractors and engineers working in these types of facilities.

When: 12/17/2020

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Most webinars offer continuing education credit (0.1 CEU for each hour of instruction, 1.0 NICET CPD for each hour of instruction).

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