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NTS Continuing Education Offerings

ESA/NTS Continuing Education Courses

As the trusted provider of electronic security training and certification programs, ESA is now supporting the industry to greater depths by offering CE courses.  These courses are designed to help you maintain your license and certifications but also provide training that is relevant to your daily needs.

To accommodate busy schedules, ESA/NTS CE courses will be offered through conveniently scheduled Webinars offered during lunch hours and late afternoon.  In addition, we will have several online on-demand CE courses for you to choose from.  These courses may be taken at any time!

Topics we are working on include:

- Troubleshooting

-  Math refresher for commonly used calculations

- OSHA topics

- Site Surveys

- Fiber Optics

- IP and Networking

- Level I Test Prep

- False Alarm Reduction

- Ethics in the Industry

- Sales in the Field

- and many more!

Check back soon for our 2014 Webinar Schedule and to access newly developed Online CE courses.


A Note About State Required CEUs:

Certification is a voluntary practice, which one chooses to do for his/her own personal and professional growth and development. Maintaining your NTS certification is independent of complying with your state's training and licensure requirements.

ESA/NTS has a mandatory continuing education policy in place to ensure that you are keeping current in your field. Click here to see a list of NTS accredited CEU programs.Each state creates and implements its own laws governing training, continuing education and licensure for a particular profession. Most states in the country have some form of training and/or testing requirements for the electronic life safety, security and systems profession. In order to practice your profession in your state, you must comply with your state's licensing laws.