INDUSTRY CERTIFICATION INFORMATION
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Nationally Recognized Certifying Bodies
Associated Locksmiths of America ensures professional excellence and ethics; creates a public demand for professional locksmith services; represents and speaks for the locksmith/security industry; and expands the exchange of trade information and knowledge with other related organizations to preserve and enhance the industry. Click here to go to the ALOA website.
Earning an ASIS board certification is a visible acknowledgement that you possess a mastery of core security principals and skills essential to the best practice of security management. They show you are committed to excellence, professional growth, and a code of conduct. ASIS offers four (4) certification programs, which are the Certified Protection Professional (CPP), the Professional Certified Investigator (PCI), the Associate Protection Professional (APP), and the Physical Security Professional (PSP). To get information on each of these certification branches go to this area of the ASIS website. Click here to go to the ASIS website.
BICSI credentials are globally recognized as the premier standard of professional ICT industry-related certifications. The programs are developed using globally diverse subject matter experts with a forward-thinking mindset, engaging in real-life case studies and practical applications. There are multiple career paths individuals can explore with BICSI. To learn more about these credential programs, go to the BICSI website and review the credential information included there. Click here to go to the BICSI website.
The global industry association and central touch point for residential technology, provides members with cutting-edge education, standards to ensure the highest levels of professionalism, and is the industry's only certifying body. CEDIA furthers collaboration with architects, designers, builders, and homeowners to deliver technology solutions that allow families to experience their best moments in life in the comfort of their own homes. CEDIA offers four (4) certifications tracks including the Cabling Infrastructure Technician (CIT), the Integrated Systems Technician (IST), the Electronic Systems Certified Networking Specialist (ESC-N), and the Electronic Systems Certified Designer (ESC-D). To learn more about the CEDIA certifications, click here. Click here to go to the CEDIA website.
CSI is the construction community’s authority on communication and construction documentation. Through CSI’s Certification Program, you can strengthen and demonstrate your understanding of the entire construction process. CSI offers four (4) certification programs including the Construction Documents Technology (CDT), the Certified Construction Contract Administrator (CCCA) , the Certified Construction Specifier (CCS), and the Certified Construction Product Representative (CCPR) certification. To learn more about each of these programs, click here. Click here to go to the CSI website.
Each of NICET's nationally recognized certification programs are designed by industry experts and practitioners to ensure a qualified workforce. Certification levels lay out a career path for advancement from entry to senior level responsibilities. Click here to go to the NICET website.
NICET now has two Fire Alarm CertificationsThe Fire Alarm Systems certification is a robust credential, based on inter-related elements of system design, installation, maintenance, and inspection. It is anticipated that most AHJs who have accepted it as evidence of qualification to perform maintenance/periodic inspections of fire alarm systems will continue to do so. The Inspection & Testing of Fire Alarm Systems certification was developed for those inspectors who specialize in maintenance/periodic fire alarm inspections and who have little experience in other types of fire alarm systems work. For more information on these certification programs, go here. NICET has two paths for security certification. They are Video Security Systems Technician and the Video Security Systems Designer.
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