Our training symposiums have knowledgeable instructors, answers to your questions and are an extraordinary opportunity to network with your peers from the US and Canada. Interactive sessions bring attendees valuable information on topics such as: how to improve your program, how alarms should work, collections, selecting software, dealing with alarm users and industry updates.
May 7 to May 9, 2019
- Tuesday 5-7-19 – Classes
- Wednesday 5-8-19 – Classes
- Thursday 5-9-19 – Classes
Host Hotel – Crowne Plaza Tampa Westshore
Tampa, Florida 33609
All 222 hotel rooms and 44 suites are decorated in a posh, art deco style, with warm tones that welcome you after a day of business meetings or sightseeing. Relax with a complimentary newspaper and a cup of Starbucks brewed coffee while gazing out among the Tampa Bay or cityscape views.
Stay focused and on task by hooking up to free Wi-Fi and getting down to business at your ergonomically aligned workspace. For even more serenity, request a hotel room in the Crowne Plaza Quiet Zone and ensure peak peace and comfort.
Who Should Attend
Training symposiums are designed to be beneficial for all segments of the false alarm puzzle including public safety personnel, alarm industry representatives, alarm users, vendors and all others who can help to develop and manage successful false alarm reduction programs.
FARA Institute Reimbursement
Limited funds are available to reimburse FARA public safety members to travel to the Symposium. Before you request any funds you must exhaust the possibility of getting travel funds from your agency. Because we want to help as many people as possible to get tot he symposium we ask that you request only what you need. For example some agencies are able to get funding for registration fees but not for airfare, while others may be able to get travel funds but not registration fees.
Quotes from past attendees
“I appreciated every topic covered. I felt like a sponge & tried to absorb everything! I very much appreciated when everyone shared /offered experiences.”
“I really enjoyed the classes. I had planned my schedule and knew what I wanted to learn while attending the Symposium to take back.”
“Great food. I really enjoyed being able to meet so many great people.”
“Everything – very informative. Great group of people, too! Very useful information to assist in my position!”
“The conference was educational and I learned a lot of new information to take back to my agency. I liked comparing each other’s ordinances to see what everyone is doing. The instructors were knowledgeable and entertaining. I am looking forward to next year’s conference.”