This OKBFAA training program is a certified, nationally recognized training program approved by the Oklahoma Department of Labor – Alarm and Locksmith Division.
This course meets requirements for installers and salespersons for a Oklahoma State License. The the Oklahoma Department of Labor – Alarm and Locksmith Division regulates the electronic security industry in the state of Oklahoma.
The program provides an overview on the theory, installation and maintenance of alarm systems. Topics include:
- Fire Alarm Systems
- Burglar Alarm Systems
- Burglar Alarm Sensors
- Holdup, Robbery, Duress, Panic or Emergency Alarm Systems
- Controls & Communications
- Ethics, Standards & Codes
- Electricity & Electronics
- Tools & Fasteners
- Workplace Safety
- Test, Troubleshoot & Maintain
- Train Users
- Job Planning
The OnDemand class is a PREVIOUSLY RECORDED class that was taught by a qualified industry expert.
All class details will be sent via email within 24 hours of completion of the registration and payment. The class details include the detailed instructions on taking the exam, link to the video, and your login to the exam portal. The exam is administered through our training portal with a third-party proctor service and is open book. A course booklet .PDF is emailed once a registration is complete. It is the responsibility of the company or technician who is taking the course to print the book. Please allow enough time for this to take place prior to attending the course or taking the test.
Upon completing the exam, the exam score is displayed and also sent by email to the student. The exam is 80 questions with 90 minutes to complete. Students must have a passing score of 70%. Each student is given two exam attempts. If a student does not pass the second exam, there will be a $50 retest fee. When the student passes the exam and we have confirmed approval from the proctor service, another email is sent notifying the student that their Certificate of Completion is ready for them to download from the training portal. The Certificate of Completion is a required document of the licensing application to the OK Department of Labor.
Note: No technician can take a course unless they have registered and paid for the course.