NICET 1 Fire Alarm Prep Course

Learn the elements included in the NICET 1 exam

Description

 We review reading blueprints, understanding statement of work, performing inspection reports and other required documentation.  We review codes applicable to fire alarm systems including the IBC, IRC, IFC, NFPA1, NFPA 101, NFPA 70, NFPA 72, UL 864, OSHA 29. We also cover basic job-site safety and best practices, math and electronics used in the trade, circuits and voltage drop, electronics formulas and battery calculations.  There are all knowledge elements needed to be successful with the NICET 1 exam. 

5 credit hours

Upcoming Classes

On Demand Bundle

On Demand Bundle

Who Should Take It

Anyone wishing to become NICET certificated 
Anyone wanting to broaden their knowledge of fire alarm systems and relative subjects

What Is Covered

We review reading blueprints, understanding statement of work, performing inspection reports and other required documentation.  We review codes applicable to fire alarm systems including the IBC, IRC, IFC, NFPA1, NFPA 101, NFPA 70, NFPA 72, UL 864, OSHA 29. We also cover basic job-site safety and best practices, math and electronics used in the trade, circuits and voltage drop, electronics formulas and battery calculations.  There are all knowledge elements needed to be successful with the NICET 1 exam.

Lessons

  1. NICET Level 1 Exam Prep
    What you need to know.  Five hours  - Two Videos

NICET 1 Fire Alarm Prep Course

Learn the elements included in the NICET 1 exam

Description

 We review reading blueprints, understanding statement of work, performing inspection reports and other required documentation.  We review codes applicable to fire alarm systems including the IBC, IRC, IFC, NFPA1, NFPA 101, NFPA 70, NFPA 72, UL 864, OSHA 29. We also cover basic job-site safety and best practices, math and electronics used in the trade, circuits and voltage drop, electronics formulas and battery calculations.  There are all knowledge elements needed to be successful with the NICET 1 exam. 

5 credit hours

Upcoming Classes

On Demand Bundle

On Demand Bundle

Who Should Take It

Anyone wishing to become NICET certificated 
Anyone wanting to broaden their knowledge of fire alarm systems and relative subjects

What Is Covered

We review reading blueprints, understanding statement of work, performing inspection reports and other required documentation.  We review codes applicable to fire alarm systems including the IBC, IRC, IFC, NFPA1, NFPA 101, NFPA 70, NFPA 72, UL 864, OSHA 29. We also cover basic job-site safety and best practices, math and electronics used in the trade, circuits and voltage drop, electronics formulas and battery calculations.  There are all knowledge elements needed to be successful with the NICET 1 exam.

Reviews

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Nicet 1 & 2

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