The Electronic Security Association (ESA) is proud to announce a new course offering from the National Training School (NTS).
The course, Texas Residential Fire Alarm (TX RFA), is an adaptation of the existing RFA course that will fit guidelines set by the Texas Fire Marshall.
Dan Cantrell, a senior NTS instructor, worked extensively on modifying the course for use by Texas technicians.
"In Texas, a Residential Fire Alarm Technician
license issued by the Texas State Fire
Marshal’s office is required for any person servicing or installing heat
and/or smoke detectors," Cantrell said. "This one-day class gives a student the basic knowledge
of the installation, servicing and maintenance of residential fire alarms systems
as defined by the Life Safety and International Building Codes, NFPA 72, NFPA
70, NEC and the Texas Insurance Code 6002.”
up for the November 14th class at our headquarters in Irving,
Texas today! Cost for a member is $275, which includes the course, manual and
successful completion of the course and exam, a student simply submits a copy
of his or her NTS Certificate of Course Completion with their Residential Fire Alarm Technician license application
to the Texas State Fire Marshal.
To verify TX RFA course accreditation, please refer to the Electronic Security
Association Fire Alarm Training School Approval No. FAS-1854887.