Silent Knight to Offer CO Detector, Emergency Voice System Training
NORTHFORD, Conn. — Silent Knight by Honeywell will launch 2014 training program designed to help installers with carbon monoxide (CO) detector and emergency voice systems (EVS) installations.
Available in nearly 20 U.S. states, the program will offer a fire alarm introduction course and an advanced technical course. During the two-day advanced Tech Ed course, designed for experienced technicians, Silent Knight will offer hands-on training on the use and installation of the SK-FIRE-CO detector and IFP-5820XL-EVS emergency voice systems.
The courses offer participants the opportunity to earn continuing education units (CEUs). For those not able to attend a hands-on training course, Silent Knight offers a series of online trainings that cover conventional and addressable fire alarm systems to fire fighter telephones and IP communications.
For full course descriptions and a 2014 training schedule, visit www.silentknight.com.
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