Does a career in alarm systems technology sound right for you?
You’re fascinated by new technology that integrates communications, safety, security, entertainment and building control.
The most rewarding job for you would be one that helps people. You want to do something important that has a real impact on people’s lives.
You’re looking for a certificate program with a flexible class schedule that will allow you to keep working while you learn.
Does this sound like you? If so, fire systems training and security system training courses could be great steps to a rewarding career.
Alarm systems security technicians plan, install and troubleshoot residential and commercial security systems, including closed circuit TV, card access, intercom, video and other related equipment. This active field has been growing as people integrate security, computer and telephony technology to better manage their assets.
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Why choose Ranken for security system training courses?
The Alarm Systems Technology program is a web-blended certificate program that combines convenient online instruction with intensive, hands-on lab sessions and seated final exams.
In Ranken’s fire systems training and security system training courses, you will receive thorough training in the installation of fire and electronic security monitoring systems and the integration of new technology into residential and commercial settings.
- Convenient web-blended instruction
- Intensive lab sessions
- Four-semester certificate program
- Professional affiliations
- Coursework may be applied towards an Associate of Applied Science Degree or a Bachelor of Science in Applied Management Degree at Ranken.
Ranken’s Alarm Systems Technology program was developed in partnership with the Missouri Burglar and Fire Alarm Association (MBFAA), a local charter of the National Burglar and Fire Alarm Association and Electronic Security Association.
Graduates will have the foundation to attain many certifications required within the industry, including NICET certification (National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies) in Fire Alarm Systems.