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Licensing Requirements in Tennessee

0090—5—.01 CONTINUING EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS.
(1) A Qualifying Agent shall obtain eight (8) hours of classroom instruction in the alarm industry for each year for which the license is valid. This classroom instruction shall be completed prior to the expiration of the license.
(2) A classroom hour shall be defined as fifty (50) minutes out of the hour of actual instruction.
(3) The curriculum must be relevant to the alarm industry and meet criteria established by the Board.
(4) For Fire Alarm Licensure the Qualifying Agent must complete a course in Fire Alarm Installation and Monitoring prior to their first renewal, unless this Certification was presented for approval of initial licensing. For purposes of meeting this requirement the individual must complete the National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET) Level II Certification, or the National Burglar and Fire Alarm Association, Inc. (NBFAA) - National Training School (NTS) Level II B Certification, or the Southern Building Codes Congress International (SBCCI) Certification, or equivalent. This certification will be accepted by the Board as the required continuing education for the first renewal period if obtained during the first renewal period.
(5) The Board shall have the authority to accept additional courses other than those stated in paragraph (5) for purposes of meeting the requirements in paragraph (5).
Authority: T.C.A. §§62—32—307(a) and 62—32—313(c). Administrative History: Original rule filed January 14, 1993; effective February 28, 1993. Amendment file October 17, 1994; effective December 30, 1994. Amendment filed May 24, 1996; effective August 4, 1996.

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Knox County

PLAN REVIEW
1. Two sets of Registered Engineered plans And designs competent in the technical field related to fire protection or a technician certified in Fire Protection and Alarm System design by the National Institute of Certified Engineering Technician (NICET). These plans must include; the exact system type (as defined by NFPA 72), Scope of work for this project, listing information and cut sheets; Riser Diagrams; Control panel and device wiring detail and locations; Floor plan layout and any building appurtenances that impact system requirement; Symbol list and legend; and any other information needed to make all fire alarm elements and conditions clear.

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Town of Farragut

Permanent Records and Required As-Built Documentation
A. Documentation (drawings) should be verified by a visual inspection of all wire runs, junctions, and/or T-Taps for all initiating device circuits
B. Certificate of Completion attached at the end of the specification must be finalized
C. Contractor shall furnish final As-Built drawings to the Town of Farragut Fire Prevention Office. These drawings may have to be certified by a registered engineer competent in the technical field related to fire protection or a technician certified in Fire Protection and Alarm System design by the National Institute of Certified Engineering Technician (NICET)

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