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#8257 03/14/02 03:09 PM
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Are there NICET certifications for Electricians? (National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies) A Fire Alarm Technician working for Simplex Company is required to have a NICET Level 2. I'm not familiar with that kind of certification. Is it geographic? I'm from Pennsylvania.

#8258 03/14/02 09:45 PM
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Nicet is becoming more requested in commercial fire alarm and fire protection type specifications. Some local jurisdictions are discussing requiring a NICET level 3 people in the appropriate discipline (fire alarm or fire protection) to sign off on associated drawings going for permit. http://www.nicet.org/


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