Webinar Course 2 - "Verbal & Written Communications" - 2019
Mon & Thur: Aug 19, 22, 26 & 29:  Sept (No Class Sept 2), 5, 9, 12, 16, 19 23, 26 &...
Webinar Course 3 "Basic Electricity" 2019
Tues &Thur 7PM-10PM:  Mar 28, Apr 2, 4, 9, 11, 16, 18, 23, 25 & 30; May 2 & 7 T...
Webinar Course 4 "LSSE" 2019
Mon & Thur 7PM-10PM EST:  May 16, (20th No Class) 23, 27 & 30: Jun 3, 6, 10, 13, 17, 2...
Webinar Course 5 "Fire Alarm Systems Application" 2019
Mon & Thur 7PM - 10PM:  (3) hours each day listed. July 4, 8, 11, 15, 18, 22, 25 & 2...
Course 1 “Fire Alarm System Overview”

$340 for course material + $210 for required manual + applicable tax. Learn at your own pace, self-study.
The course manual is also the required manual for Course 5 "Fire Alarm System Application".

This course provides a general understanding of fire alarm protection systems. It discusses the purpose and specific application of the different codes and standards that regulate the industry. It introduces the student to architectural considerations regarding fire containment. Information about testing laboratories, their procedures, testing methods and how listed/approved materials achieve greater degrees of life safety will be covered. Other topics include; the nature of fire, extinguishment methods, fire alarm testing methods, interpretation of drawings, specifications and other contract documents.    

Click link to purchase the course and manual:

Course 2 - Written & Verbal Communications
This course introduces the student to various forms of written business communication including letter, memoranda, summaries and instructions. It teaches practical techniques for planning and writing reports in an effective, professional manner. Editing, spelling, grammar and punctuation are incorporated into the course. The student will learn to present  reports professionally and to write effectively.

Requirements can be achieved online by successfully completing one of the following on-line courses offered through : "Business Report Writing", "Business Writing Strategies", "Communications (English 1)", "Communication / Professional Practices", "Organizational Business Communications", or "Technical Communications".

 Register through a college near you or find out more at
Course 3 Online “Basic Electricity for the Fire Alarm Technician”

$340 for course + $80 for required manual + applicable tax.  Learn at your own pace, self-study
This course begins with Basic Electrical theory - Ohm's law, Kirchhoff’s law, magnetism, energy generation and the dangers of higher A/C voltages. The course then focuses on providing a greater understanding of the Canadian Electrical Code with reference to the following areas:
*     conductors: sizing, insulation types, voltage ratings and other conductor characteristics,
*     how to access the tables regarding conductors and cables i.e. Table 11, 19 and D1
*     grounding of conduit systems and enclosures - Section 10,
*     wiring methods, conduit and cable installation,
*     protection and control of electrical circuits - overcurrent protection (fuses & breakers),
*     disconnecting means, class 1 & 2 circuits - Section 14, and
*     all requirements pertaining to fire alarm systems - Section 32 & 60.
Click link to purchase the course and manual:


Course 4 Online “Life Safety Systems Electronics”
This course is an online course available directly from George Brown College

Click here for details and registration at the George Brown College Website:
Click here for details and registration after completing the course to write the exam:

Course 5 Online “Fire Alarm System Application”

Prerequisite – FA-1 “Fire Alarm System Overview”
$340 for course material + applicable tax. Learn at your own pace, self study.

Applications of fire alarm systems, operation, testing and inspection requirements outlined by the various Codes and Standards are covered at a more detailed level. Also covered are principles and technology of fire detection devices, signal appliances, control equipment and ancillary devices controlled by the system. The student will learn traditional field wiring circuits, the connection of field devices, the basics of microprocessor based systems using addressable devices and remote annunciation.   Other life safety support systems such as smoke control and elevator recall will also be covered.
Click link to purchase this course:


Registration Theory Exam
$100.00 + applicable tax
This is the first of the two (2) examinations that must be successfully completed to become a fully Registered CFAA Fire Alarm Technician.  It is recommended that you first complete 1500 hours of field experience as per the Fire Alarm Trainee Logbook:
The Registration Theory Exam is three (3) hours in length and will be conducted online.
A computer, with webcam and high speed internet access is required in order to take this exam.

Click link to purchase the Registration Theory Exam:


Registration Practical Exam

$425.00 + applicable tax

Once you have successfully completed the Theory Exam, you will be able to schedule and pay the fee for the Registration Practical Exam.  This Exam is by appointment only and must be scheduled through the CFAA.
Telephone:  1-800-529-0552.
Click link to register for the Registration Practical Exam: