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July 8, 2001

                   Northwest NICET Newsletter
Volume 1 Issue 2                                         7-8-2001

- News
- Tech Tips
- Class Schedule
- Administrivia


The Automatic Fire Alarm Association will be in Portland
Tuesday, July 10, 2001 from 11am - 2pm at the Airport Holiday Inn. The AFAA
is working with local AFAA members and prospective members to reactivate the
Oregon Chapter.

Local contact:
Larry Tate
Northwest Fire Suppression, Inc.


Oh by the way, HB2152 was signed by Governor Kitzhaber on July 2, 2001. I
suppose it's now off to BOLI where administrative rules will be written?


Personal Recommendation Form
A couple of caveats regarding this innocent looking form:
The person signing your application as your supervisor can not be your
personal recommender.

The form expires one year after the signature date.

There is no deadline to get this form into NICET, however, an evaluation
will not be possible without it. You may want to wait until you meet the
exam requirement (pass level I elements for example) before mailing the
personal recommendation form to NICET.


There will be a 'mini' seminar at this year's LES Expo, sponsored by the
Oregon Burglar & Fire Alarm Association held at the
Airport Holiday Inn on Thursday, July 12, 2001:

--> 9am - noon: NICET Certification, fire alarm system fundamentals, and a
sample of the Level I Element Review Saturday Seminar(r). Attendees will be
provided a litany of forms necessary to apply for certification along with a
step-by-step guide.

--> 1pm - 4pm: Repeat of the 9am - noon seminar.

Contact the Oregon Burglar & Fire Alarm Association at 800-692-3798 to
register. This seminar is free to OBFAA members and $10 to non-members.


Clackamas Community College is sponsoring a 16-hour Saturday Seminar(r) on
their campus in the Apprenticeship Training Center (near the Beavercreek
Road campus entrance):

--> 7-14-2001 9am - 5pm NICET Certification and Level I Element Review (Fire
Alarm Systems)

--> 7-21-2001 9am - 5pm Level II Element Review (Fire Alarm Systems)

Register here --> or
call 503-657-0135.


The Washington Burglar and Fire Alarm Association is sponsoring a 16-hour Saturday Seminar(r) in
Redmond, WA in August:

--> 8-11-2001 9am - 5pm NICET Certification and Level I Element Review

--> 8-18-2001 8am - 5pm Level II Element Review

Contact Howard Richardson 206-236-4025 to register.


I continuously collect information regarding state, county, city, and
fiefdom requirements that include NICET certification. If you have
information from your municipality, please send it my way. If it can't be
sent using electronic means, drop me an email and I'll give you a street
address to mail it to.

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Good luck and have fun!


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