CFPE Core Learning Online Training Series

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    Prep for success as a fire plan examiner with NFPA®'s practical online training series addressing must-know requirements in NFPA 13, NFPA 72®, and NFPA 101®.

    Proficiency as a fire plan examiner demands a solid understanding of core concepts in widely adopted editions of NFPA 13: Installation of Sprinkler Systems, NFPA 72: National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code®, and NFPA 101: Life Safety Code®. NFPA® provides the training you need -- online in your own time frame -- with this essential series. Working at your own pace, these courses provide essential information every fire examiner needs to know, and deliver the type of critical knowledge needed for success in the NFPA Certified Fire Plan Examiner (CFPE) program.

    Maximize time and money when you sign up for all three courses:

    • 2013 NFPA 13: Introduction to the 2013 NFPA 13 and Occupancy Hazard Classifications Online Training Course
    • 2013 NFPA 72: Fire Alarm Basics Online Training Course
    • 2015 NFPA 101 Essentials: General Requirements Online Training Course

    Upon completion of this core series, you should be able to:

    • State the goal of NFPA 13, list its major components, and define specific terms
    • State the difference between the use of Approved and Listed in the Standard, and the difference between the use of Shall and Should in NFPA 13
    • Cite the reasons why correct hazard selection is important
    • Differentiate between the different types of hazards
    • Identify the characteristics of various hazards
    • Explain how building, fire, and life safety codes impact the requirements for fire detection and alarm systems
    • Determine how NFPA 72 is used to design, install, and maintain a fire detection and alarm system and how the Code is structured
    • Describe the basic configuration of a fire detection and alarm system
    • Identify the four basic types of fire alarm circuits
    • Define specific terms used in NFPA 72
    • Explain the organization of the 2015 edition of NFPA 101 and key Code concepts
    • Describe NFPA 101 applicability for new and existing occupancies
    • Define and distinguish occupancy classifications and rehabilitation work categories
    • Determine hazards of contents, stories in height, and building construction types

     

    Who Will Benefit:
    Anyone with the roles and responsibilities of fire plan examiner:
    fire service professionals, code officials, AHJs, insurance professionals, and others expected to maintain this certification as part of their employment requirements.

    Complete this three-hour course series and qualify for 0.3 CEUs. Completion of each individual one-hour course qualifies you for 0.1 CEU. Upon successful completion of a course or the course series, participants will be prompted to download the CEU certificate directly from the course site.

    Please verify applicability with your professional board or organization before registering.

  • Terms & Specifications for Online Training

    Terms:

    • Course Tuition: The course tuition is due and payable before starting each module.
    • Expiration: Participants will need to take the online courses or series within 180 days.
    • CEUs: You earn 0.1 CEU for each learning hour. To verify total numbers of CEUs for a course or a series, please check the Description tab. Upon successful completion of a course or a series, participants will be able to download the CEUs certificate directly from the website. Please verify applicability with your professional board or organization.
    • Online Training is non-refundable.

    Specifications:

    • For optimal online course performance, please use Internet Explorer® or Firefox® as your web browser. If you encounter any technical difficulty, check to make sure that cookies, javascript support and Adobe Flash are enabled.

     

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