The target audience includes fire service prevention and allied public officials who are responsible for the review of plans for sprinkler and standpipe systems in their jurisdictions.
Applicants should have familiarity with fire protection, codes/standards compliance, and fire protection systems and equipment.
Priority enrollment will be given to applicants with any of the following:
Students should be familiar with commercial fire sprinkler systems equipment and nomenclature, and have prior experience in fire prevention inspection programs and community goals and priorities and meet the following minimum requirements:
Required pre-course work available through NFA Online: