Quantifying Unnecessary Dispatches

Fighting False Alarms

2 credit hours

Description

Eye opening overview of the false alarm problem plaguing our industry, what we can do about it and the opportunity it presents to the companies that decide to quantify their own false alarm record and do something about it.

Who Should Take It

business owners, installers, service technicians, sales staff, customer service reps, and those interested in improving their own false alarm statistics.

What Is Covered

History of false alarm; How good is your system from the perspective of law enforcement; the real cost of false alarms; The opportunity it presents; false alarm statistics and strategies for improvement

3 ways to take this class:

Quantifying Unnecessary Dispatches

2 CEU hours On Demand




Lessons

  1. Quantifying Unnecessary Dispatches Fighting False Alarms

Quantifying Unnecessary Dispatches

Fighting False Alarms

2 credit hours

Description

Eye opening overview of the false alarm problem plaguing our industry, what we can do about it and the opportunity it presents to the companies that decide to quantify their own false alarm record and do something about it.

Who Should Take It

business owners, installers, service technicians, sales staff, customer service reps, and those interested in improving their own false alarm statistics.

What Is Covered

History of false alarm; How good is your system from the perspective of law enforcement; the real cost of false alarms; The opportunity it presents; false alarm statistics and strategies for improvement

3 ways to take this class:

Quantifying Unnecessary Dispatches

2 CEU hours On Demand




Reviews

4.5 out of 5.0 11 Reviews

Michael M

Very Informative, some classes were repetitive but still got something from all lessons

Shylough F

Class was very informative and also a great brush up on prior knowledge

HENGJI P

very useful and easy to use and understand

Tony Y

detail and clear

Christopher S

This self-paced course is very informative, and the explanations are detailed and easy to follow. I would recommend this course over any other for the NJ license exam preparations.

Marc J

I think the class and subject matter was informative, and although I don’t have an alarm and burglar business and don’t really receive false alarms, I can relate it to false alarms related to lockout situations.

Percival W

This is a very informative and valuable course. I believe if animation is added the material will be more memorable and it will help to emphasize the major points.

Robert R

very informative and easy to understand.

john m

This course was very informative

Alex G

Very informative.

Artur T

Overall I am verry happy with the course. Each subject was explained clearly and in much detail. Only option that I wish I had was to ask questions as I go, like the live students did - might make sense to add such option in the system. Also, the package may need to be reviewed for repetitive content - seemed like some classes had similar or same slides for certain subjects. Other than that, I am very satisfied, the knowledge I gained was definitely worth the time and money.

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