Tri-Ed Training Initiative Now Certifies, Is Available to All Dealers, Integrators


Tri-Ed’s Master’s Training Program is now available to any and all security dealers and integrators, and comes complete with state and/or national accreditation.

The training initiative rolled out in 2005 to keep internal sales staff savvy on the latest products and technology.

John Hyatt, a national systems manager and national training coordinator for Tri-Ed, explains, “Every one of Tri-Ed’s U.S. branches will offer the free educational trainings each month wherein a different business segment will be explored. Because the summer months are typically the heaviest for fire issues, May’s trainings will focus on Fire.”

On tap for June is data communications/structured cabling. July’s instruction will focus on security; August’s will be on access control; September’s category is telephone and intercom; and, October trainings will give an in-depth exploration of CCTV applications.

The Master’s Training programs are designed to enable customers to keep up with changing technologies. According to Tri-Ed, it also provides its staff the opportunity to assess the concerns and various knowledge levels of its customers to better serve their needs. Master’s Training dates and locations will be posted on the Tri-Ed Web site at

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