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Video Insight Hits the Road to Offer VMS Training Across the U.S. in 2015

The Video Insight sessions offers certification training on all of the company’s latest releases, core features and new third-party integrations of its video management software.


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Springs, attendees received an update on the legal quagmire in Fontana where the police department unilaterally adopted verified response in 2007 ... May 31, 2008

The Louisiana Life Safety and Security Association (LLSSA), a chartered chapter of the National Burglar and Fire Alarm Association (NBFAA), announces its standards for a state-wide registered apprenticeship program have been approved by the Louisiana Department of Labor's Apprenticeship Division. April 30, 2008

ADI and the National Training Center (NTC) have collaborated to deliver National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET) Level 1 & 2 Fire Alarm preparation courses. The two-day course, held at ADI branches across the country, will help prepare dealers for the NICET certification exam. April 30, 2008

More than 150 members of the California Alarm Association (CAA) — the largest state alarm association in the nation — assembled in Palm Springs May 1-3 for their annual ... By Rodney Bosch · April 30, 2008

ADI is expanding its training initiatives designed to help dealers in the low voltage industry, teaming up with industry associations and vendors to provide courses at more than 40 expos across North America. April 09, 2008

Inspector's Boot Camp (IBC), a provider of hands-on education for fire alarm system testing and maintenance, is now including National Training Center's (NTC) Fire Alarm Systems Design and Installation brown book with its class materials. March 04, 2008

Silent Knight, part of Honeywell's Life Safety Group, announces its new "Lunch and Learn" training program, designed to educate architects, specifying engineers and others about the many facets of purchasing a fire alarm system. July 09, 2007

By Scott Goldfine · September 30, 2005

The search for training has been a never-ending quest for many dealers and integrators. They want to improve their expertise, reputation and revenues by keeping their technicians up-to-speed, but can’t seem to find the “X” that marks the spot when it comes to finding training programs. It turns out that many educational opportunities may have been right under their nose all along. September 30, 2005

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