This program satisfies the theory training requirements of the Canadian Fire Alarm Association (CFAA) for registration as a Registered Fire Alarm Technician. It consists of 5 Courses, each requiring 36 hours. Short course descriptions are here. The cost of tuition and books for the entire program is $3500.00 plus GST/HST.
We issue a Record of Training for each course completed, which is recognized by the CFAA. To attain full registration, the CFAA also requires additional experience and competence. Learn more at the CFAA website.
For members of the public, training is normally completed in a classroom and takes 4 weekend days per course. Each day is 9 hours long. Classes are held on consecutive weekends, avoiding major Public Holidays, and run from 8am – 5pm daily. We have suspended in class training until the fall of 2021. The fall course 2021 schedule will be available shortly.
Students whose training is paid by their employers are welcome in these public sessions, but have several other options. Learn more about Corporate Training options
Students who will be dealing directly with us will be welcomed under our Vocational Training rules. Learn more about Vocational Training Admission Requirements and Registration Process.
We operate on a strict first come, first served basis.
Markham Classroom Courses
We normally offer regular classroom courses at our Markham campus. For the moment due to COVID these classses are suspended. Please consider our instructor-lead interactive webinar, starting January 12 2021. We expect classroom training to resume in September 2021:
Webinars (Usually for sponsored students only, but please contact us if you are not sponsored)
We provide training by webinar in collaboration with the CFAA, usually available only to corporate employees and members. Canada wide courses are running continuously. For details, please click here. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
Health & Safety Management College is registered as a Private Career College under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005.