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Automatic Sprinkler Systems (2016) Plans Review 1-Day Classroom Training

Blog Post created by Kate Greene Employee on Oct 20, 2016

Learn a proven process for sprinkler system plans review and hydraulic calcs review in just one day with Automatic Sprinkler Systems Plans Review.

 

Join us in Warren, New Jersey on Friday, December 2, 2016 and earn  .7 CEUs. This unique learning opportunity is located just an hour outside of New York City! Space is limited so save your seat now!

 

Hosted by an NFPA expert with extensive experience in sprinkler system design and plans review, this one-day course based on the 2016 NFPA 13: Standard for the Installation of Sprinkler Systems covers submittal requirements including regulatory rules, blueprint reading skills, and sprinkler specifications. You'll return to work with a proven multi-step process for reviewing sprinkler system plans and hydraulic calculations that can help you save time and work competently to avoid costly, potentially dangerous errors and omissions.

 

This class is vital for anyone responsible for reviewing or approving plans, as well as for engineers or designers who need to ensure sprinkler system plans are ready for submission to AHJs. Hands-on exercises solidify new knowledge.

 

Upon completion of this course you should be able to:

  • Identify the regulatory requirements for plans and calculations submittals
  • Review a plan review checklist and basis of design
  • Identify basic symbology and nomenclature for blueprints
  • Recognize the organization of plans and specifications
  • Employ an eight-step process for hydraulic calculations review
  • Employ an eight-step process for sprinkler plans review

 

Learn more about this special training opportunity right outside of NYC! Automatic Sprinkler Plans Review is scheduled for Friday, December 2, 2016 in Warren, New Jersey.

 

NFPA provides training on codes and standards through online training, hands-on training, classroom training, customized onsite programs, certification programs, educational conferences, and more. 

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