Silent Knight is proud to present Tech-Ed Knight School, a comprehensive approach to learning about the fire industry and Silent Knight products. This is a 3-day technical hands-on class.
Tech-Ed Knight School:
This comprehensive course is designed for technicians who work on Silent Knight IntelliKnight® fire systems. This 3-day course will introduce technicians to system installation, SLC devices, emergency communication systems ECS, programming and troubleshooting using the SKSS Software Suite. Hands-on exercises will solidify the learning experience. All attendees will receive continuing education credits (CEU’s) for participating in this session.
The fee for this 3-day session is $300 per attendee and includes training materials and lunches.
Course topics covered:
- 5600 FACP Technical
- Integrating CO and Emergency Communication Systems into Fire Alarm Systems ( .02 NTS/ESA )
- Silent Knight Selection Tool (SKST)
- Installation of Addressable FACP
- Understanding the Benefits of Addressable Technology
- Signaling Line Circuit for SK Series Device
- Programming and troubleshooting
- Silent Knight Software Suite
- Upload Event History and Detector Status
- Wiring and hands-on exercises of Emergency Communication System
- Hands-on SKSS programming exercises
Upon finishing class, participants will receive proof of course completion.
Training Registration Request
Online Training Registration Form
Phone Contact: Wendy Heiser 763-463-4019
Honeywell is proud to present Farenhyt Certification Training (FCT). A comprehensive approach to learning about the Farenhyt Series products, IFP-2100, IFP-300, IFP-75 and SKSS3. Fire alarm system professionals who complete the FCT program will receive factory certification from Honeywell. The FCT program is a combination of online and classroom, hands-on learning; both need to be completed in order to receive factory certification.
Students in the FCT program must complete the IFP-2100/IFP-300/IFP-75 online course in order to attend the classroom session. This interactive courses contain eight modules and a test to ensure learning comprehension.
This three-day hands-on session will provide attendees with an opportunity to apply what they have learned. Students will have an opportunity to practice software programming, networking, voice system installation, troubleshooting, and new communication technology configuration. Students must show proficiency in the hands-on applications and pass a final written exam in order to receive factory certification. The fee for this program is $500 per student and includes lunches, training material binder and programming software.