Online Training

Webinar Training

Fire Smarts webinars include both live webinars at a specific scheduled date and time as well as recorded webinars that are available for viewing at any time. Webinars are typically focused on a concise topic and last from one to two hours. When you purchase a live webinar you are automatically given access to the webinar recording. All webinar recordings are available for viewing in your account for up to 60 days.

On-Demand Training

Fire Smarts On-Demand Training courses are high quality, self-paced learning programs that deliver training courses in easily manageable modules that included engaging and interactive activities and videos. You have 60 days to complete your on-demand training program from the comfort of your home or office, including starting and stopping modules whenever you would like.

Virtual Live Training

Fire Smarts Virtual Live Training is an instructor led course that you attend through our online conferencing tool. These training courses occur at specific dates and times that you must be available for. You will need a working webcam and a microphone connected to your computer.

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Freeze Protection for Fire Sprinkler Systems - Recorded Webinar
Instant Access - Impairments caused by the freezing of water-filled piping is one of the most common issues impacting the performance of fire protection systems. This webinar will cover the NFPA standards requiring water-based fire protection systems to be protected against freezing.


Hurricane Storm Recovery for Fire and Life Safety Systems - Recorded Webinar
Instant Access - (FREE REGISTRATION) Strong hurricanes and tropical storms not only can cause physical damage to your building, but may also impair your fire and life safety systems. This webinar will highlight some of the key points of your fire and life safety systems that should be reviewed after a hurricane or tropical storm has passed when assessing the damage and restoring your systems to operating condition.


Introduction to NFPA 13 Fire Sprinkler Systems - Recorded Webinar
Instant Access - This webinar provides information that results in an understanding of the four major system types, the basic components, design objectives, and basic installation principles for fire sprinkler systems. Acceptance testing requirements are reviewed that ensure that the finished sprinkler system functions as intended.


Introduction to NFPA 25 Water-Based Fire Protection Systems - Recorded Webinar
Instant Access - The webinar examines the scope of NFPA 25 'Standard for the Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance (IT&M) of Water-Based Fire Protection Systems', including a detailed look at the purpose of NFPA 25 requirements as a wear and tear document not intended for design evaluation.


Introduction to NFPA 72 Fire Alarm Systems - Recorded Webinar
Instant Access - This webinar will cover fire alarm system basics based on NFPA 72 National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code and a review of the fundamental requirements that apply to most fire alarm systems.


Webinar: Introduction to Fire Alarm System Inspection and Testing
This webinar will introduce participants to the inspection and testing requirements for fire alarm systems based on NFPA 72 National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code. This standard directs the testing and inspection activities for alarm system equipment including control units, supervising station transmission, initiating devices, notification devices and power supplies.


Webinar: Introduction to High Pile Storage Requirements
This webinar is an overview of the hazards associated with high-piled combustible storage. Commodity classification, aisle requirements, access doors and other features will be reviewed. Participants will gain an understanding of the basic high pile storage requirements as well as what factors make these requirements applicable.