Do you need to have someone trained to be a designer? We deliver designers!!
You can have a productive designer in 10 weeks. Graduates of the course will be able to lay out sprinklers and piping, and then calculate and stocklist an entire sprinkler system. And they will be able to do it using YOUR software.
In 2010 we created the world’s first two-year degree program just for sprinkler designers; it included topical classes once or twice a week for one or two hours. Since then we have taken the two-year Parkland College degree curriculum and created a 10-week, accelerated, college-level course.
Upon completion, your new employee will have the equivalent of one year of experience (depending on the student, maybe more).
This is an intense, accelerated course. Much like a Summer Semester in College. It will require students to use an entire 8-hour day to complete course work This will include lectures, lab time, and homework.
This 200-hour program is completely ONLINE. Lectures and Lab Time are conducted LIVE for 4 to 5 hours a day, five days a week.
The live online format means:
Potential designers can be recruited in your area. They can then take the course in your office, or anywhere you think would be most beneficial.
WE DO NOT PROVIDE CANDIDATES FOR YOU!
We look forward to seeing you or your recruit in class!
Jan 28 - Apr 26, 2019 - 2 PM - 6 PM Central Time
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New installment plan option available!
We have added a variety of helpful and up-to-date live web classes to our 2018 class schedule! Click on a title to learn more about a class.
29 minutes Beginner
This course will guide the participant through the requirements for sizing a remote area found in NFPA 13. Participants in this class will learn the basic concepts for sizing a remote area. Students that complete this course will be able to:
- Select the remote area size from figure 22.214.171.124.1 in NFPA 13
- Identify when the ‘Quick Response Reduction’ may be applied
- Determine the correct reduction in remote area size permitted with the ‘Quick Response Reduction’
- Determine when the size of a remote area needs to be increased
- Determine the required minimum length of a remote area.