Training & Certification

CLASSROOM BASED COURSE:  Fiber SenSys offers Fiber Defender® product line training every other month at our headquarters in Hillsboro, Oregon. From the basics of fiber optics to complete system installation for our FD300 and FD500 Series Alarm Processing Units (APUs), this class provides certification credentials for system integrators. In addition to our standard Fiber Defender Certification classroom course, FSI can tailor a class to your company's specific security needs at our location or yours.

ONLINE CERTIFICATION: To ensure proper installation, tuning, and calibration requirements for the FD322 low-cost solution, the FD322 Online Training Module facilitates certified installer status without the need to travel to the factory in Oregon. The online testing module consists of six modules; each with a video and a short quiz. Upon successful completion of each module, you will be able to download and print your Certification Certificate.  

Go to Online Training

The complete, three-day Fiber Defender Certification Training is $750. This includes written materials, software, lab materials, and lunch.

  • Class enrollment is accepted on a first come, first serve basis.
  • FSI requires training to be scheduled and paid in advance.
  • Students are responsible for their own travel, lodging, and expenses.
  • Registration for each student must be confirmed by Fiber SenSys. 

Factory Training Program Registration Form

Content Information - Fiber Defender® Training

Location: 

We are located at 2925 NE Aloclek Drive, Suite 120, Hillsboro, OR  97124. The airport most convenient to Fiber SenSys is Portland International Airport (PDX). Our office is about 30 miles west of the airport. This is a 35 – 50-minute drive depending on the time of day.

Objective:

Provide information to successfully install and maintain Fiber SenSys products. Note: course material is subject to change based on the needs and requests of the class.

Hours

This is a three-day course (Tuesday through Thursday) training course. The course begins at 8:30 AM, and the anticipated time of completion is approximately 4:30 PM every day. The actual time will depend on class questions and participation.