Burglar Alarm Entry-Level Training (Required for Sales Reps and Alarm Techs)
During the first twelve (12) months of initial registration, each person employed as an alarm system installer or alarm systems salesperson must complete Alarm Level I training, consisting of sixteen (16) hours of classroom instruction or equivalent online course as approved by the department, with two (2) hours covering the National Electrical Code (NEC) as it applies to low voltage.
Burglar Alarm In-Service Training (Required for Sales Reps and Alarm Techs)
Any person employed as an alarm systems installer or alarm systems salesperson must earned eight (8) hours of continuing education credits in an alarm related field, with one (1) hour covering the National Electrical Code (NEC) as it applies to low voltage, during each subsequent twenty-four (24) month period. This requirement must be satisfied prior to the expiration date of registration in order to renew the registration.
An applicant for a residential fire alarm technician license must provide evidence of the applicant's successful completion of the required residential fire alarm technician training course from a training school approved by the State Fire Marshal's Office.