Principle six of the ASTTBC Code of Ethics requires members to maintain competency through continuing professional development (CPD).
External professional development providers are not required to be formally accredited by ASTTBC. Determination of training and/or course value is left to the judgment of the member taking the course. The information contained in our training database is a resource for members. ASTTBC does not guarantee the accuracy of the list and quality of the training. Please note that not all courses listed here are acceptable to the Fire Protection Certification Board as official training. Please contact Erin Macedo (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further clarification or see the list below.
Recognized Training Programs Acceptable by the Fire Protection Certification Board
NAFED (Portable Fire Extinguishers, Pre-Engineered Suppression Systems)
SIR SANFORD FLEMING (Generator Systems)
CHALLENGE EXAMS (Please call for an appointment)
*Passing grade requirement is 70% in all programs
*Challenge Exam passing grade is 80%
Electrical Learning Resources
Need resources to study for the electrical exam?
the Common Core Line E material is now available electronically for free on the BCcampus OpenEd site.
Trades Access Common Core: Line E: Electrical Fundamentals
When you have completed these Learning Tasks, you should be able describe the following:
- describe the composition of matter and the structure of the atom
- describe the principles of electricity and the theory of current fl ow
- describe basic types of electrical circuits and their characteristics
- describe electromagnetism
- describe the components of a circuit
- identify common electrical components
- describe solid state devices
- identify wiring connectors
- describe the composition of simple wiring diagrams
- define the terms used and explain the principles of soldering
- describe the methods for making properly soldered connections
- maintain soldering equipment
- use wireless connectors
- describe the proper handling, use, and storage of electric meters
- describe the procedures for connecting meters to measure voltage, current, and resistance
- describe how to use meters to analyze electric circuits