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    • 1 May 2019
    • 3 May 2019
    • Greensboro Marriott Downtown - 304 North Greene Street, Greensboro, NC 27401
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    EXHIBITOR REGISTRATION

    Trade Show: May 2, 2019, 11am - 5pm
    NCESA Annual Convention: May 1-3, 2019

    Greensboro Marriott Downtown

    304 North Greene St.

    Greensboro, NC 27401

    EXHIBITOR REGISTRATION FEE OPTIONS

    • Regular Exhibitor - $975

    Includes 1 tabletop with shared electricity to display no more than 2 vendor lines/manufacturers per table, and 2 tickets to the Youth Scholarship Baseball Fundraiser scheduled for May 1, 2019.

    • Deluxe Exhibitor - $1,200

    Includes regular package, plus 1-year Associate Membership ($250 Value!), a website banner ad*, general convention sponsorship, and pre and post attendee list with contact information. *ad provided by Deluxe Exhibitor

    • Platinum Exhibitor - $1,600               

    Includes deluxe package plus full-page ad* in 2 upcoming NCESA Newsletters. * ad provided by Platinum Exhibitor

    • Diamond Exhibitor - $2,100     

    Includes deluxe package plus 2-3-minute video ad* during Trade Show for your company, and 2 additional tickets to the Youth Scholarship Baseball Fundraiser (4 tickets total). *ad provided by Diamond Exhibitor

    • Second Table - $500  

    Make it a double space  

    • Extra Baseball Ticket - $75   

    Baseball Tickets are non-refundable  

    • Baseball Bundle: 5 tickets - $300

    Available to Deluxe, Platinum, and Diamond Exhibitors ONLY

    •  Baseball Bundle: 10 tickets - $550

    Available to Deluxe, Platinum, and Diamond Exhibitors ONLY

     
    • 1 May 2019
    • 3 May 2019
    • Greensboro Marriott Downtown - 304 North Greene Street Greensboro, NC 27401
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    SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

    Wednesday, May 1

    Thursday, May 2

    Friday, May 3

    7:00 am
    Registration Desk Opens

    7:00 am
    Registration Desk Opens

    7:00 am
    Registration Desk Opens


    8:00 am- 5:00 pm
    CAT Level 1 Course


    8:00 am- 5:00 pm
    CAT Level 1 Course                          

    8:00 am- 5:00 pm
    CAT Level 1 Course

                                                                      3:00 – 5:00 pm
    General Membership Meeting

    8:00 am - 3:00 pm
    Education Sessions

    9:00 am - 1:00 pm
    Electrical Training Course

    7:00 – 10:00 pm
    Baseball Scholarship Fundraiser


    11:00 am - 5:00 pm
    Trade Show




    12:00 pm - 2:00 pm                Lunch on Trade Show Floor



    • 1 May 2019
    • 8:00 AM
    • 3 May 2019
    • 5:00 PM
    • Greensboro Marriott Downtown -304 North Greene St. Greensboro, NC 27401
    • 5
    Register

    Make sure to register for the course with the attendee's email address. This email will receive instructions on how to log in for the exam at the end of the course.  The attendee MUST BE ABLE to access this email at the course location.  

    Certified Alarm Technician Level I

    Will include the following:

    • 24 hours over three days of alarm principles, theory and much more which includes a two hour exam

    • Graduates are more confident in their abilities, perform better installations and are more professional in customer relations.

    • Companies with certified employees can gain a distinct marketing edge over the competitors by sharing with their prospective clients, “Our installers are experts who are certified by the National Training School.” This helps raise the image and professionalism of the entire industry. Companies that send their employees to the NTS attract the best workers – those interested in being top-notch security professionals.

    • This NCESA course, taken in North Carolina, has been approved by the North Carolina Alarm Systems Licensing Board (NCASLB) for those who do not have the required experience (two years out of the past five). They must complete the course and pass the exam in order to apply for their NC Burglar Alarm Business License.

    • This course has been approved by the NCASLB for 6 CEs to renew the Burglar Alarm Business License, for License Holder – Be sure you have your License Number. Be sure you have your Social Sec. last 4 Numbers, registrants who engage in installations, service, and sales or monitoring of alarm systems can get their 3 CEs.

    • Class size is limited to 20. Lodging and meals are not included.

    • Advanced payment is required and no onsite registrations will be accepted.

    • GOVERNMENT ISSUED PHOTO ID IS REQUIRED ONSITE WITH NO EXCEPTIONS.
    • Be sure to register using an email you will have access to during the class.


    • 3 May 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Greensboro Marriott Downtown -304 North Greene St. Greensboro, NC 27401
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    Electrical Training

    Basics of fire alarm installation: Electrical Core and National Fire Alarm Code

    4 Contact Hours - SP-FA/LV licenses

    Instructor: Kile Unterzuber, Protective Resources Inc.



    • 8 Jul 2019
    • 8:00 AM
    • 10 Jul 2019
    • 5:00 PM
    • Courtyard - Statesville 1530 Cinema Dr, Statesville, NC 28625
    • 20
    Register

    Make sure to register for the course with the attendee's email address. This email will receive instructions on how to log in for the exam at the end of the course.  The attendee MUST BE ABLE to access this email at the course location.  

    Certified Alarm Technician Level I

    Will include the following:

    • 24 hours over three days of alarm principles, theory and much more which includes a two hour exam

    • Graduates are more confident in their abilities, perform better installations and are more professional in customer relations.

    • Companies with certified employees can gain a distinct marketing edge over the competitors by sharing with their prospective clients, “Our installers are experts who are certified by the National Training School.” This helps raise the image and professionalism of the entire industry. Companies that send their employees to the NTS attract the best workers – those interested in being top-notch security professionals.

    • This NCESA course, taken in North Carolina, has been approved by the North Carolina Alarm Systems Licensing Board (NCASLB) for those who do not have the required experience (two years out of the past five). They must complete the course and pass the exam in order to apply for their NC Burglar Alarm Business License.

    • This course has been approved by the NCASLB for 6 CEs to renew the Burglar Alarm Business License, for License Holder – Be sure you have your License Number. Be sure you have your Social Sec. last 4 Numbers, registrants who engage in installations, service, and sales or monitoring of alarm systems can get their 3 CEs.

    • Class size is limited to 20. Lodging and meals are not included.

    • Advanced payment is required and no onsite registrations will be accepted.

    • GOVERNMENT ISSUED PHOTO ID IS REQUIRED ONSITE WITH NO EXCEPTIONS.
    • Be sure to register using an email you will have access to during the class.


    • 16 Sep 2019
    • 8:00 AM
    • 18 Sep 2019
    • 5:00 PM
    • ADI - Raleigh 2741 Noblin Rd Ste 101, Raleigh 27604
    • 17
    Register

    Make sure to register for the course with the attendee's email address. This email will receive instructions on how to log in for the exam at the end of the course.  The attendee MUST BE ABLE to access this email at the course location.  

    Certified Alarm Technician Level I

    Will include the following:

    • 24 hours over three days of alarm principles, theory and much more which includes a two hour exam

    • Graduates are more confident in their abilities, perform better installations and are more professional in customer relations.

    • Companies with certified employees can gain a distinct marketing edge over the competitors by sharing with their prospective clients, “Our installers are experts who are certified by the National Training School.” This helps raise the image and professionalism of the entire industry. Companies that send their employees to the NTS attract the best workers – those interested in being top-notch security professionals.

    • This NCESA course, taken in North Carolina, has been approved by the North Carolina Alarm Systems Licensing Board (NCASLB) for those who do not have the required experience (two years out of the past five). They must complete the course and pass the exam in order to apply for their NC Burglar Alarm Business License.

    • This course has been approved by the NCASLB for 6 CEs to renew the Burglar Alarm Business License, for License Holder – Be sure you have your License Number. Be sure you have your Social Sec. last 4 Numbers, registrants who engage in installations, service, and sales or monitoring of alarm systems can get their 3 CEs.

    • Class size is limited to 20. Lodging and meals are not included.

    • Advanced payment is required and no onsite registrations will be accepted.

    • GOVERNMENT ISSUED PHOTO ID IS REQUIRED ONSITE WITH NO EXCEPTIONS.
    • Be sure to register using an email you will have access to during the class.


    • 11 Nov 2019
    • 8:00 AM
    • 13 Nov 2019
    • 5:00 PM
    • Courtyard - Statesville 1530 Cinema Dr, Statesville, NC 28625
    • 20
    Register

    Make sure to register for the course with the attendee's email address. This email will receive instructions on how to log in for the exam at the end of the course.  The attendee MUST BE ABLE to access this email at the course location.  

    Certified Alarm Technician Level I

    Will include the following:

    • 24 hours over three days of alarm principles, theory and much more which includes a two hour exam

    • Graduates are more confident in their abilities, perform better installations and are more professional in customer relations.

    • Companies with certified employees can gain a distinct marketing edge over the competitors by sharing with their prospective clients, “Our installers are experts who are certified by the National Training School.” This helps raise the image and professionalism of the entire industry. Companies that send their employees to the NTS attract the best workers – those interested in being top-notch security professionals.

    • This NCESA course, taken in North Carolina, has been approved by the North Carolina Alarm Systems Licensing Board (NCASLB) for those who do not have the required experience (two years out of the past five). They must complete the course and pass the exam in order to apply for their NC Burglar Alarm Business License.

    • This course has been approved by the NCASLB for 6 CEs to renew the Burglar Alarm Business License, for License Holder – Be sure you have your License Number. Be sure you have your Social Sec. last 4 Numbers, registrants who engage in installations, service, and sales or monitoring of alarm systems can get their 3 CEs.

    • Class size is limited to 20. Lodging and meals are not included.

    • Advanced payment is required and no onsite registrations will be accepted.

    • GOVERNMENT ISSUED PHOTO ID IS REQUIRED ONSITE WITH NO EXCEPTIONS.
    • Be sure to register using an email you will have access to during the class.


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