Fire-Lite Alarms provides multiple levels of fire systems training throughout the United States, free of charge. Here is a list of Fire-Lite courses, and descriptions for July, August and September 2007 are as follows:

Atlanta, Mega Academy, July 16–20

Los Angeles, MiniScan Academy, July 24–26

Trevose, Pa., Super Academy, July 31–August 2

Richmond, Va., MiniScan Academy, August 6–8

Albany, N.Y., MiniScan Academy, August 14–16

Cheyenne, Wyo., MiniScan Academy, August 14–16

San Juan, Puerto Rico, MiniScan Academy, August 14–16

New Orleans, MiniScan Academy, August 21–23

Oakland, Calif., Super Academy, August 28–30

St. Louis, MiniScan Academy, September 5–7

Kansas City, Kan., MiniScan Academy, September 10–12

Cleveland, Super Academy, September 11–13

Salt Lake City, MiniScan Academy, September 12–14

Boise, Idaho, MiniScan Academy, September 17–19

Nashville, Tenn., MiniScan Academy, September 18–20

Riverside, Calif., MiniScan Academy, September 25–27

The MiniScan Academy is a three-day course that covers Fire-Lite’s entire portfolio of fire alarm control panels, from conventional to addressable. Attendees will learn about product features, installation methods, programming and troubleshooting through practical hands-on exercises. Attendees must be familiar with basic fire alarm and system terminology or attend Fire-Lite’s Basic Fire Alarm Technology class prior to this two-day module. Attendees must be present on all three days to be eligible for a BASIC certificate of attendance.

The Super Academy begins one-day with the Basic Fire Alarm Technology course designed for individuals with little or no background in the fire alarm industry. Common fire systems components and the fundamentals of voice evacuation are outlined. Basic NFPA 72 codes and the American Disabilities Act (ADA) also are covered. There are no prerequisites for this course.

On day two, attendees begin a two-day module designed for technicians and sales personnel covering Fire-Lite product selection, features, installation methods, programming and more. Attendees must be familiar with basic fire alarm and system terminology or attend the Basic Fire Alarm Technology class prior to attending this two-day module. Attendees also must be present on days two and three to be eligible for a BASIC certificate of attendance.

Visit www.firelite.com to check out Fire-Lite’s complete list of free trainings and up-to-date course schedule and to register online. EC