ADI | October 5-7, 2022
The course is targeted to technicians, service personnel, installation personnel, sales staff and business owners to prepare to plan for and initiate a successful installation.
The Wisconsin Security Association Inc.Established 1975
The Wisconsin Security Association promotes the interest of the electronic protection and alarm system industry. WISA informs the public of services performed by the security alarm industry.
Members of WISA sell, install, monitor and maintain burglar and fire alarm systems, supervisory systems, access control, closed circuit TV systems (CCTV) as well as integrated systems and a host of other low voltage system applications.
It facilitates communication among those engaged in the sale and installation of alarm detection and supervisory systems by providing a forum for the discussion of ideas and problems.
The Wisconsin Security Association encourages the enactment of legislation beneficial to the electronic alarm system industry and in the public interest. Of utmost importance to the Association is the promotion of professionalism.
Interested in buying or maintaining a security system?
WISA has assembled some great resources for you to learn about the security industry. There are several tips including the best ways to purchase and maintain a system, as well as how to select the right contractor for you. Follow the links to read about this and more.
All reports due August 14, 2022August 18 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
All reports due September 4, 2022September 8 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Security demands staying a step ahead. Attending Global Security Exchange (GSX) yearly ensures you never fall behind. Be there—on-site or online—when the worldwide security industry reconvenes next September to staySeptember 12 - September 14 at Georgia World Congress Center
- September 15 at Lake Windsor Country Club
All reports due October 16, 2022October 20 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Upcoming NTS Courses
Course Description The Core Technical Training and Certification Program for the Electronic Security Industry and considered so essential dozens of states and localities insist on it as a prerequisite forOctober 5 - October 7 at ADI
Course Description This 14-hour course, followed by a two-hour examination, provides broad training and information needed to successfully design and install an electronic access control system. This course teaches bothNovember 2 - November 3 at ADI
Course Description This 14-hour course, followed by an exam provides broad training in proper installation and service requirement for commercial and household fire alarm systems based on NFPA and ICCDecember 1 - December 2 at Virtual Live Class Room
Course Description This 7-hour course, followed by a one hour examination, teaches students the practical application of the International Building Code (IBC) and the International Fire Code (IFC). Instruction focusesDecember 8 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm at Virtual Live Class Room
Interested in learning more about how to become a member or the Wisconsin Security Association?