Fire protection PE exam preparation class

Preparation course for the 2011 Fire Protection Engineering PE exam now available.


Prepare for the 2011 Fire Protection Engineering PE Exam from wherever you can access the Internet with the Society of Fire Protection Engineers and Global Asset Protection Services. This on-line review class will help you organize and navigate through the massive amount of reference material. Each session is taught live by an expert instructor using the advanced Web conferencing technology. Attendees will work with a live instructor over several weeks and can ask questions as they arise throughout the review period. Revised to meet the current NCEES exam specifications, this course is an excellent exam preparation tool. The 14 live 1.5 hour sessions allow for maximum retention.

The course is also an excellent refresher for existing engineers, fire marshals, loss control specialists, and anyone else who needs to understand the principles of fire protection engineering.

Topics Include:

  • Exam Preparation & Exam Taking Strategies
  • Fire Protection Analysis
  • Fire Protection Management
  • Human Behavior
  • Fire Dynamics
  • Fire Protection Systems
  • Fire Alarm Systems
  • Smoke Management
  • Explosion Protection
  • Passive Building Systems

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