Fire Protection Courses .

Professional Development Courses on Fire Protection

Fire Protection is a very important topic for building, health and safety, inspectors, and design professionals. It is key to keep up to date on codes, regulations, and standards of the building and fire codes.

EPIC's courses can help you maintain your knowledge on various Fire Protection topics, such as: inspection, maintenance and design of fire alarm systems, Fire Protection and Prevention Act and Codes, fire safety inspections, identifying types of fire code violations, sprinkler system design and inspection, and Investigation Techniques

Check out the scheduled courses below for more details!

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Dates
Location
Course Title
Nov 1 - 2, 2021
Online
(14 Hours)
Feb 9 - 10, 2022
Online
(14 Hours)
Apr 28 - 29, 2022
Online
(14 Hours)
May 9, 2022
Online
(2 Hours)
Jun 27, 2022
Online
(3 Hours)


EPIC's Fire Protection courses are offered live, by qualified and industry experienced instructors. They offer certified Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and Professional Development Hours (PDHs) to help with any requirements your professional association may require.

People that normally attend these continuing education courses are:
Building Owners • Building and Fire Inspectors • Consultants • Commercial and Industrial Facility Managers • Directors • Electrical Project Engineers and Supervisors • Engineers • Engineers With Environmental Health and Safety • Installation and Service personnel • Fire Alarm System Designers and Engineers • Forensic Engineers • Lawyers (Involved In This Area) • Maintenance personnel • Loss Adjusters • Supervisors and superintendents • Plant operation and maintenance engineers • Plant Management and Supervisory Staff • Property Managers • Property Managers and Superintendents of Residential Buildings • Safety Officers • Sprinkler System Designers and Engineers • Superintendents • Staff whose responsibilities include fire safety such as Joint Health and Safety Committee members and Insurance adjusters • Risk Insurers • Technicians and Supervisors

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