Level I Course
The ASAA / NESA Level I course begins with several general topics including: overview of the industry, ethics, building construction, safety, law, codes and standards, general electricity, microprocessors and tools. It prepares technicians for system installations and service repairs by covering the basic steps used in our industry including: documentation, site survey, component location, cabling and testing.
The course is two days of instruction and a half a day for review and testing.
This course satisfies the requirements for Alarm Agents (sales) and Technicians.
Fire Installation and Wiring Codes
The ASAA / NESA Fire Installation and Wiring Codes course focuses on NFPA 72 and covers: Fundamentals, Fire Signatures, Effects and States, Codes & Standards, AHJ, Fire Alarm Equipment Overview, Initiating Devices, Signal Transmission, Controls, Power, Notification Appliances, Signaling Systems, Ancillary Circuits and Documentation.
Fire Installation and Wiring Codes is based on: NFPA 72 (’10) and NFPA 70 (’11). Students are encouraged, but not required, to bring these books with them for discussion.
This course is two days of instruction and a half day for review and testing.
This course satisfies one of the requirements for Managers. It is also a great course for all technicians that deal with fire alarm systems, but is NOT required for them.
The ASAA / NESA Electronics course covers parts of a circuit, types of circuits, measuring electricity, applying Ohm’s law, conversions, load calculations and voltage drop. It is an in depth course on trouble shooting and using a meter.
This course is one day of instruction and a half day for review and testing.
This course satisfies one of the requirements for Managers. It is also a great course for all technicians, but is NOT required for them.