Silent Knight announces fire alarm trainings

Silent Knight, a division of Honeywell that manufacturers fire and life safety systems, announced this week that it is sponsoring a nationwide series of both basic and advanced fire alarm training seminars throughout the year.

According to a statement, Knight School will provide fire alarm installers and facility managers with "hands-on technical training" on the company’s latest product offerings.

The "Fire Drill" course, which is offered free of charge, introduces attendees to the IntelliKnight line of fire alarm systems and provides an overview of basic fire alarm technology and applications. The two-day "Tech Ed" course provides technicians with advanced instruction on IntelliKnight systems for a fee of $200.

Dates and cities announced for Fire Drill course include:

June 7, Boise, Idaho
June 7, Des Moines, Iowa
Aug. 2, Allentown, Pa.
Aug. 2, Chicago, Ill.
Aug. 2, Portland, Ore.
Aug. 16, Manchester, N.H.
Aug. 30, Alexandria, Va.
Aug. 30, Tampa, Fla.
Sept. 13, Minneapolis, Minn.
Sept. 13, Seattle, Wash.
Sept. 27, Boston, Mass.
Sept. 27, Oklahoma City, Okla.
Sept. 27, Pittsburgh, Pa.

Dates and cities announced for the Tech Ed course include:

June 8-9, Boise, Idaho
June 8-9, Des Moines, Iowa
Aug. 3-4, Allentown, Pa.
Aug. 3-4, Chicago, Ill.
Aug. 3-4, Portland, Ore.
Aug. 16-17, Sacramento, Calif.
Aug. 17-18, Manchester, N.H.
Aug. 31 – Sept. 1, Alexandria, Va.
Aug. 31 – Sept. 1, Tampa, Fla.
Sept. 14-15, Minneapolis, Minn.
Sept. 14-15, Seattle, Wash.
Sept. 28-29, Boston, Mass.
Sept. 28-29, Oklahoma City, Okla.
Sept. 28-29, Pittsburgh, Pa.

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