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.

Online Training Catalog
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Webinar: Introduction to NFPA 13 Fire Sprinkler Systems
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.


Webinar: Introduction to NFPA 72 Fire Alarm Systems
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. An understanding of fire alarm system components will be provided including the Fire Alarm Control Panel, power supplies, fire alarm initiating devices including smoke detectors, duct detectors, heat detectors, pull stations, tamper switches and water-flow switches, and fire alarm notification devices such as horns and strobes.