The Wisconsin Electronic Security Association is taking a leadership role nationwide in ensuring the safety of children, teachers and school personnel.
The Electronic Security association (ESA), has completed a comprehensive resource for school officials who are developing or adding to their electronic security systems as part of their overall school security plan. This resource, “Electronic Security Guidelines for Schools” is a document meant to inform and advise school decision makers about their options, and the critical role of electronic security.
A conference for the live presentation of “Electronic Security Guidelines for Schools” will take place May 19, 2014 at the Country Springs Conference Center. Security Industry Experts with specific experience in securing K-12 schools will lead a series of panel discussions. (more…)
THURSDAY -MARCH 20, 2014
Reservation deadline is March 17, 2014
Wisconsin Electronic Security Association is Proud to Announce the Establishment of a Security Industry Apprenticeship Program. You are urged to attend WIESA’s Introduction to Apprenticeship Presentation.
Country Springs Hotel, Waukesha, WI
5:15PM-Social 6:00PM-Dinner 6:30PM-Program (more…)
All Security Companies who provide alarm services in the Appleton area are invited to the 2014 Annual meeting between Security providers and law enforcements officials.
The meeting will be held, Thursday, February 27, 2014 – 9:00am at the Appleton Police Department.
222 South Walnut Street, Appleton, WI
THURSDAY– FRIDAY -MAY 1-2, 2014
Early Bird Registration Ends April 17, 2014
This course is one of three needed to attain Certified Alarm Technician (CAT) Level II
This course is one of three needed to attain Certified Fire Alarm Technician (CFAT) Level II
This course is the Prerequisite to attend the new Professional Fire Alarm Design course October 2014
NFPA now requires that fire inspection and testing personnel be knowledgeable and trained, and service
personnel be qualified and experienced (more…)
Students learn the practical application of the 2009 editions of the NFPA 101 Life Safety Code in seven hours of instruction. The focus is on fire alarm and access control requirements that students will encounter on a daily basis. The course concludes with a one-hour examination. ((NTS-0.8 CEUs) (more…)
Registration is open at this time for all classes. Attendance is required at all sessions in order to complete a course. Class size is limited to 21 students on a first registered, first enrolled basis, therefore early registration is encouraged. Be aware a $10 fee per person will be added after the Early Bird dead line. As stated on each registration form over night and priority shipping fees will also be charged to the customer.
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