The Health & Safety Management Group is an approved training partner for the Canadian Fire Alarm Association and provides the theory training leading to registration by the CFAA.

This training is for your employees who want to become Registered Fire Alarm Technicians. It consists of 5 Modules, each requiring 36 hours.

We can tailor delivery for your needs, or can welcome your employees into our scheduled public courses (see links below). We will provide quotations for training programs across the country, to your requirements, to ensure a seamless, efficient, and productive program for you.

We issue a Record of Training for each module completed, which is recognized by the CFAA.

Financial help is available to some employers under the Canada Ontario Job Grant. Learn more about the Canada Job Grant Program.

Classroom Courses

We offer classroom courses, delivered in 4 days per module, each day consisting of 9 hours. For the upcoming schedule see:

Webinars

We provide training by webinar in collaboration with the CFAA, currently available only to corporate employees and members. Canada wide courses are running continuously. Module 3 will start July 6 2017. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

Exemptions for your employees or members who qualify can be made through the CFAA for certain modules depending on their qualifications. Those who have completed a post-secondary English module (with a passing grade over 60%) are likely to be granted an exemption for Module 2. Electricians are granted exemptions from Modules 2, 3 & 4. These are both examples as all exemptions for corporate students are made at the discretion of the Canadian Fire Alarm Association and all enquiries must be directed to their offices. Contact details and additional information can be found on their website www.cfaa.ca, or by calling them directly at 1.800.529.0552 where you can get the answers to your questions that THSMG is unable to address.

This training, when paid for directly by an employer, union or association, does not require approval under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005.

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