One Alert-Two Deadlines… ESA Leadership Summit & WIESA CAT LVL I class

One Alert-Two Deadlines… ESA Leadership Summit & WIESA CAT LVL I class

# ONE DEADLINE

Early-bird registration pricing for this year’s Leadership Summit, Feb. 18-21 in Orlando, Fla., extended but will end today Jan. 25. Take advantage of this special discount and register now!

WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND HIGHLIGHTS …  

Timely and provocative general sessions on the evolving residential interactive services market; opportunities for integrated technology plays in the retail market; customer experience-centric marketing and service delivery; and ESA’s Annual MegaTrends Research Report.

Practical, idea-filled seminars organized into four tracks

Executive leadership; Revenue Leadership; Technology Leadership; and Chapter Management (Free track for the leaders of ESA’s Chartered Chapters)

The Summit Showcase, featuring dozens of the security industry’s leading manufacturers, distributors and service providers

Numerous networking receptions where you can connect with industry peers who will provide year=-round, career-long sources of information, advice and friendship

ESA Meetings, including;

ESA Board of Directors Meeting

Committee and Council Meeting

First Town Hall Meeting of the new ESA Integration Leaders Group

Professional Group Meetings

Whether it’s understanding technology and market changes or getting better at managing and leading change, the Leadership Summit has content and contacts that will help you do it.  Take advantage of the programs and people that will be coming together. For more details visit www.ESA-summit.com

 

# TWO DEADLINE

Certified Alarm Technician – Level I, February 6-8, 2013 registration is still has open but you must sign up now. The $10 late registration fee is in effect, but this late fee will be waived for the first four persons who register before 12 noon, Monday, January 18.  Be aware that registrations received less than one week before the class will be charged special delivery fees that may occur in addition to the $10 fee.

 

WHY CAT TRAINING HIGHLIGHTS …  

 

Required Certification

CAT LVL I certification required for all technicians in City of Milwaukee

One of the courses needed to attain CAT Level II

Best recognized and most insisted upon credential by state and local licensing authorities

Companies gain higher quality work, more efficiently and at higher profits

Building block for more advanced and specialized training

 

Don’t delay-Registration form attached.

You can sign up now for any class in the registration attachment.

2013 Registration Forms

CITY OF MILWAUKEE LOW VOLTAGE LICENSE INSTRUCTIONS

 

LOW VOLTAGE LICENSE INSTRUCTIONS

FEES for LB,LF and LV License

First                                  Original Fee-$228     Renewal Fee-$114

Second or Third           Original Fee-$114      Renewal Fee-$67

Type LB License. An applicant for a Type LB low-voltage (100v0lts 0r less) burglar and security alarm system contractor’s license or renewal thereof shall submit an affidavit to the effect that a person holding NTS Level II certification will be a bona fide full-time employe of the applicant, and that the NTS Level II certificate holder will have complete and unquestionable authority and supervision over all work regulated by this chapter.  The Type LB license holder shall insure that all work related to the installation of the burglar or security alarm system conducted under the license shall be performed by persons holding a minimum of NTS Level I Certification or equivalent as determined by the commissioner. 

Type LF License. An applicant for a Type LF low-voltage (100 volts or less) fire alarm system contractor’s license or renewal thereof shall submit an affidavit to the effect that a person holding NICET (National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies) Level II Fire Alarm Systems certification or equivalent will be a bona fide full-time employee of the applicant, and that the NICET Level II Fire Alarm System certificate holder will have complete and unquestionable authority and supervision over all work regulated by this chapter.  The Type LF license holder shall insure that all work related to the installation of the fire alarm system conducted under the license shall be performed by persons holding a minimum of NICET Level I Fire Alarm Systems Certification or equivalent as determined by teh commissioner.

Type LV License.  An applicant for a Type LV low-voltage (100 volts or less) contractor’s license or renewal thereof shall submit an affidavit to the effect that the person holding the license will have complete and unquestionable authority and supervison over all work regulated by this chaper. Pat 22 

 

 

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