Fire-Lite Alarms, a division of Honeywell, announced this week that it will be hosting 100 accredited training sessions throughout the U.S. this year as part of its 2010 training schedule.
The free training sessions are comprised of two and three-day courses that cover everything from fire alarm basics to installation and programming. Due to customer demand, the company has also added a two-part workshop to this year’s schedule for $200 that covers advanced programming and application instruction.
"The advanced course moves much of the more simplistic reading material from our standard courses into an online prerequisite and replaces it with hands-on PC programming instruction and challenging applications exercises," said Jeff Behuniak, director of training for Honeywell Fire Systems. "The result is a one-day, instructor-led course intended to help installers achieve a level of product knowledge never before offered by Fire-Lite."
For more information about Fire-Lite training courses, visit www.firelite.com.