November 11th seminar addresses Illinois PERC Law and Regulations

Oct. 23, 2009

    On November 11, 2009, from 3:00-5:00 p.m., Illinois alarm dealers have a one-time only opportunity to attend attorney Edward Williams’ “PERC Nuts & Bolts” seminar.
   The Permanent Employee Registration Card (PERC) compliance seminar, sponsored by the Illinois Electronic Security Association, will take place at the Holiday Inn Elk Grove Village, 1000 Busse Rd, Elk Grove Village, IL, before the IESA Annual meeting.
    The seminar will cover Illinois licensing requirements and necessary aspects of record keeping that the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation requires of all license holders plus how to survive an IDFPR audit. This seminar is specifically geared toward existing agencies that are in need of a refresher course on Illinois PERC registration and record keeping.
    Other topics to be covered include:
• What steps have to be completed before an employee is put to work.
• A discussion of whether your agency has any exempt employees who do not need to have a PERC.
• What paperwork has to be sent to the Department before and after an employee is put to work.
• What documents are required in an employee PERC file.
• A detailed discussion of the current employee training requirements.
• What topics must be covered in training for alarm runners.
• How to provide classroom training to both installers and administrative employees.
    A private presentation of Mr. Williams’ “PERC Nuts & Bolts” seminar normally runs $900, but to encourage attendance to the important November IESA meeting, the Early Bird fee for a single company representative to attend is just $95, plus $25 for each additional person from the same firm. The Early Bird registration ends on November 6, after which registration increases to $105 for a single company representative, plus $30 for each additional employee.
For more information on the seminar, call (630)305-8800 or fax your reservation to (877) 230-5110. Due to the expected state-wide demand to attend this event, registration by November 10 is required and no walk-ins will be admitted.

- Natalia Kosk, Assistant Editor, Security Dealer & Integrator

Sponsored Recommendations

Trend Micro commits to U.S. cyber protection by joining Hacking Policy Council

Trend brings formidable experience in this space through its Zero Day Initiative (ZDI), a vendor-agnostic bug bounty program, and a leading voice in ethical disclosure practices...

Keeper Security shares most important files to preserve when disaster strikes

By protecting these documents and storing them in a safe place, such as a digital vault, you'll be much more prepared when disaster strikes.

Former National Cyber Director Chris Inglis joins Semperis’ Strategic Advisory Board

Inglis’ appointment follows announcements from Semperis of aggressive expansion into the public sector and other strategic advisory board appointments, such as the addition of...

NordVPN survey: Americans scored 64% in the National Privacy Test

Results show that the world's online privacy and cybersecurity awareness is declining every year.