South Carolina Alarm Association
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South Carolina Electronic Security Association.

The South Carolina Electronic Security Association, a non-profit 501(c) 6 trade association, represents, promotes and enhances the growth and professional development of the electronic life safety, security, and integrated systems industry. The SCESA brings together key individuals from top companies representing five industry components - sales, manufacturing, installation, service, and monitoring. 
 

Since 1983, SCESA has represented the most respected providers of fire, burglar and security related systems. SCESA is committed to the success of all its members and to the increase of professionalism in the security field. Through networking, training, seminars and up-to-date industry standards, we seek to raise the bar for the entire group.

Your SCESA Board continues to work diligently on the legislative front as we push for laws and regulations that benefit our members, the alarm industry and the consumer of our state. Our efforts include defending against burdensome regulation and legislation that could be detrimental to us and the industry.

 

RECAP: Annual Meeting in Myrtle Beach!


The SCESA hosted its annual meeting at the House of Blues Restaurant in Myrtle Beach on October 29, 2014 at 6:00 PM. 


There was a total of 30 members who participated in the annual meeting. The majority of the meeting spoke to our association on a state level, however; the membership was also given the opportunity to speak with Dom D'Ascoli and Roy Pollack on a national level. The ESA and our national representatives believe South Carolina has a lot to offer. We are aspiring to become more involved as we rebrand from formerly being known as just the South Carolina Alarm Association.

With our increased involvement, the association be able to provide more member benefits as well as growth within this industry.

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Training Class Registration

  
The Certified Alarm/Security Technician - Level I is a 22-hour course required for licensure in South Carolina. This 22-hour course provides the knowledge necessary to perform entry level responsibilities within the many facets of the electronic life safety and security industry.

The next class will be Monday, December 8, 2014 8:00 AM - Wednesday, December 10 5:00 PM in Columbia, SC and is sponsored by ADI. The cost for SCESA members $350/person and $550/person for non-members. The cost includes the NTS Level I book, dictionary, and examination.


Click here to register for the in-person course through online registration.

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