NFPA 72: Fire Alarm Circuits and Pathways (2013) Online Training

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  • Description

    The NFPA 72®: Fire Alarm Circuits and Pathways (2016) Online Training is a building block of the CFPE Learning Path and CFI-I Learning Path—a series of web-based training that can help you plot a successful journey to advanced certification.

    Get an up-to-date, comprehensive introduction to fire alarm circuits, fire alarm power circuits and pathways, plus NFPA 72® and NEC® requirements.

    Fire Alarm Circuits and Pathways covers the various types of circuits used for fire detection and alarm systems. Working online at your own pace, you'll learn about the three basic fire alarm circuits used to connect initiating devices and notification appliances to fire alarm control units, and those used to interconnect different control units in the same system.

    This course—based on the 2016 edition of NFPA 72®, National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code®—also covers control circuits that are used to trigger other emergency control functions. Training addresses fire alarm power circuits and pathways, which can provide power to certain types of detectors, notification appliances, relays, or other devices. This includes coverage of the new circuit designation called Class N pathways, permitting the use of networks and Ethernet when interconnecting a fire alarm system.

    A key characteristic of fire alarm power circuits is that the power is derived from the fire alarm system itself. For this reason, fire alarm power circuits are covered by the same section of NFPA 70®, National Electrical Code® (NEC), governing basic fire alarm circuits. Circuits that provide primary AC power are not considered fire alarm power circuits.

    Upon completion you should be able to:

    • Identify the basic types of circuits.
    • Recognize how different circuit types operate under various conditions.
    • Identify the characteristics of Class A, B, C, D, E, N, and X circuits.
    • Recognize how layout and installation factors affect circuit performance.
    • Identify the circuit survivability levels.

     

    Who Will Benefit:
    Anyone whose job involves designing, reviewing, evaluating or installing fire alarm systems, including:
    designers, installers, electrical contractors, architects, project managers and AHJs.

    Continuing Education Credit:
    Complete this one-hour course and qualify for 0.1 CEU. Upon successful completion of the course, 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.

     

    Group Training:
    For more information or to receive a price quote for NFPA group training,
    please call 877-336-3280 or e-mail: grouptraining@nfpa.org.

  • Certification Learning Paths

    Whether for your personal growth or for the growth of your entire organization, NFPA® Learning Paths can help plot a successful journey to advanced certifications. This new series of web-based training is specifically designed to help you feel confident in the subject matter of the certification exam. The training process is delivered conveniently and remotely online so you can get it all done on your own terms, at your own pace.

    Current online training Learning Paths:

    • Certified Fire Protection Specialist (CFPS®) Learning Path
      The CFPS Learning Path is designed to be used in conjunction with the Fire Protection Handbook®. Candidates may only bring an original print copy of the NFPA Fire Protection Handbook, 20th edition, to the exam. If you do not already own the Fire Protection Handbook, it is available to purchase through the online catalog or at a local book distributor.
    • Certified Fire Plan Examiner (CFPE) Learning Path
      The CFPE Learning Path is designed to be used in conjunction with NFPA 1, Fire Code, 2018 edition; NFPA 13, Standard for the Installation of Sprinkler Systems, 2016 edition; NFPA 72®, National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code®, 2016 edition; and NFPA 101®, Life Safety Code®, 2018 edition. Candidates may only bring an original print copy of the books to the exam. If you do not already own them, they are available to purchase through the online catalog or at a local book distributor.
    • Certified Fire Inspector I (CFI-I) Learning Path

      The CFI-I Learning Path is designed to be used in conjunction with the 2015 and 2018 NFPA code sets which include: NFPA 1, Fire Code, (2015 or 2018 edition); NFPA 13, Standard for the Installation of Sprinkler Systems, (2013 or 2016 edition); NFPA 25, Standard for the Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance of Water-Based Fire Protection Systems, (2014 or 2017 edition); NFPA 72®, National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code,® (2013 or 2016 edition); and NFPA 101,® Life Safety Code,® (2015 or 2018 edition). Candidates are encouraged to check with their jurisdiction to verify which code set is appropriate.The Certification Exam is applicable to either the 2015 or the 2018 code set. Candidates may only bring an original print copy of the books to the exam. If you do not already own them, they are available to purchase through the online catalog or at a local book distributor.

  • 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 Google Chrome 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.

     

  • Also in NFPA 72, National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code