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Sprinkler Protection for Residential Occupancies Distance Learning
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10/7/2015 to 12/9/2015
When: October 7-December 9, 2015
11:00 AM Eastern
Presenter: Roland Asp C.E.T.

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This program covers the use and application of residential fire sprinklers over a 9 lesson period.  The history and development of residential sprinklers will be reviewed and the participants will learn how residential sprinklers differ from traditional sprinklers. NFPA has written three installation standards that could apply to residential sprinklers: NFPA 13, NFPA 13R and NFPA 13D. As the requirements pertaining to residential sprinklers differ from standard to standard, each of the standards will be discussed.  The issues discussed in this program will provide attendees with vital information on how to properly choose the correct standard and apply the specific requirements for residential sprinklers.  This skill is a fundamental aspect of sprinkler system layout and is a “must know” for all layout technicians dealing with residential occupancies.


Due to this programs far reaching relevance in the field of residential fire sprinkler system layout, it is a valuable resource for those beginning their career in sprinkler system layout and also for those technicians who would like to expand their understanding of NFPA 13, NFPA 13R and NFPA 13D requirements. This program is also an excellent study session for those people seeking NICET Level I and Level II certification in Water-Based Systems Layout.


Intended Audience: This seminar is intended for fire protection designers and layout technicians new to the field of water-based residential systems and current technicians who seek to expand their knowledge abilities. It is an excellent program for people seeking their NICET Level I certification in Water-Based System Layout and for those Level I certificate holders who would like to take their certification to the next level.  Code enforcement authorities will also benefit from the material discussed each week. There are no prerequisites for this program but a familiarity with water-based sprinkler systems would be beneficial to the participants.


Duration:  9 weeks, 9 sessions 60 – 90 minutes each, 1 session per week


Total Instructional Contact Minutes:  810 min.   (1.3 CEUs & 13 CPDs)

Week 1 (10/7/15): Introduction, General principles, history, and how residential sprinklers differ from other sprinkler types.

Week 2 (10/14/15): Residential sprinkler and Building Codes, Overview of NFPA 13, NFPA 13R and NFPA 13R, Residential sprinkler listings

Week 3 (10/21/15): NFPA 13 and Residential Sprinklers: Where to use, components and general requirements.

Week 4 (10/28/15): NFPA 13 and Residential Sprinklers: Spacing of sprinklers, obstruction rules

Week 5 (11/4/15): NFPA 13R: Where to use, components and general requirements

Week 6 (11/11/15): NFPA 13R: Spacing of sprinklers, obstruction rules and NFPA 13R specific issues.

Week 7 (11/18/15) NFPA 13D: Where to use, Components, General requirements,

Week 8 (12/2/15): NFPA 13D: Spacing of sprinklers, obstruction rules, and NFPA 13D specific issues.

Week 9 (12/9/15): NFPA 13, 13R and 13D: Water supplies and Hydraulic calculations.


Members or AHJs: $400 EARLY BIRD ($450 Two Weeks Prior) 
Non-Members: $650

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