Fire Protection Engineering PE Exam Review Course

$597

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Of all the things successful people do to accelerate their trip down the path to success,
participating in some kind of coaching program is at the top of the list.

– Jack Canfield, The Success Principles

Fire Protection Engineering PE Exam Review Course

Fire Protection Engineering PE Exam Review Course

If you want to pass the PE Exam the first time (or this time), this Review Course will get you prepared.
  • 3-step preparation method that will equip you with the tools needed to be successful.
  • 10 things you should do to have total confidence on exam day.
  • A specific plan of action for each of the test topics.
If you don’t have the time or the desire to sit through a live PE Exam refresher, this Review Course will get you prepared.
  • 1 hour per day plus 3 to 4 hours on the weekends can get you prepared in 1 month or less.
  • Working through the course on your schedule produces better results.
  • Being lectured to in a classroom setting will not provide the resources you need on exam day.
If you’re looking for a program that gives you what you need to become a licensed PE, this Review Course will get you prepared.
  • 7 must-have resources for success on the PE exam.
  • 7 main reasons people fail the PE exam (and how you can beat the odds.)
  • 7 simple actions you can perform every day that ensure you will be prepared.

In preparing for the PE Exam:

  • Is adequate PE Exam preparation time difficult to find in your hectic schedule?
  • Are work responsibilities, family time, or personal projects keeping you from studying?
  • Would a structured study plan with daily accountability be useful?

The Fire Protection Engineering PE Exam Review Course will help you overcome these obstacles and get you prepared for the PE Exam. The Fire Protection Engineering PE Exam Review Course is a comprehensive, in-depth review of every topic covered on the exam (refer to NCEES.)

The Fire Protection Engineering PE Exam Review Course is divided into 60 lessons with instruction, homework, links to related sites, examples, and sample practice problems. Try out the first two lessons below.


FIRE PROTECTION ANALYSIS
  • Information Sources for Analysis
    • Lesson 03 – Uncertainty and Safety Factors
    • Lesson 04 – Functional Use and Operation of Facility
    • Lesson 05 – Acceptable Thresholds
    • Lesson 06 – Codes and Standards
    • Lesson 07 – Occupancy, Hazard, and Commodity Classifications
    • Lesson 08 – Fire Test Methods & Fire Test Data
    • Lesson 09 – Exposures
    • Lesson 10 – Technical Drawings, Schematics, and Plans
Section Quiz 01 – Fire Protection Analysis*

FIRE PROTECTION MANAGEMENT
  • Lesson 11 – Risk Management
  • Lesson 12 – Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance Procedures and Frequencies
Section Quiz 02 – Fire Protection Management*

FIRE DYNAMICS
  • Lesson 13 – Fire and Smoke Behavior
  • Lesson 14 – Fire Growth
  • Lesson 15 – Combustion
  • Lesson 16 – Plume Entrainment
  • Lesson 17 – Material Properties
  • Lesson 18 – Material Compatibility
  • Lesson 19 – Heat Transfer From Fire and Smoke
Section Quiz 03 – Fire Dynamics*

ACTIVE AND PASSIVE SYSTEMS
  • Water-Based Fire Suppression Systems
    • Lesson 20 – Design Criteria
    • Lesson 21 – Hydraulic Calculations
    • Lesson 22 – System Types
    • Lesson 23 – System Components
    • Lesson 24 – Placement
    • Lesson 25 – Water Supply and Distribution & Fire Pumps and Controllers
    • Lesson 26 – Testing Protocol
Section Quiz 04 – Water-Based Fire Suppression Systems*

ACTIVE AND PASSIVE SYSTEMS
  • Special Hazard Systems
    • Lesson 27 – Design Criteria
    • Lesson 28 – Design Method
    • Lesson 29 – Pipe Sizing
    • Lesson 30 – System Types & System Components
    • Lesson 31 – Personnel Safety & Controls
    • Lesson 32 – Collateral Damage, System Interlocks, & Test Methods
Section Quiz 05 – Special Hazard Systems*

ACTIVE AND PASSIVE SYSTEMS
  • Fire Detection and Alarm Systems
    • Lesson 33 – Design Criteria
    • Lesson 34 – System Types
    • Lesson 35 – Control Equipment, Initiating Devices, & Notification Appliances
    • Lesson 36 – Circuit Classification and Wiring Methods, Survivability, & Power Supplies
    • Lesson 37 – Building Control Functions and System Interfaces, Monitoring, & Test Methods
Section Quiz 06 – Fire Detection and Alarm Systems*

ACTIVE AND PASSIVE SYSTEMS
  • Smoke Management Systems
    • Lesson 38 – Design Criteria
    • Lesson 39 – System Types & System Components
    • Lesson 40 – Fluid Mechanics & Smoke Movement
    • Lesson 41 – Initiating Mechanisms, Power Supplies, System Interfaces, & Test Methods
Section Quiz 07 – Smoke Management Systems*

ACTIVE AND PASSIVE SYSTEMS
  • Explosion Protection and Prevention Systems
    • Lesson 42 – Design Criteria
    • Lesson 43 – Design Method
    • Lesson 44 – Prevention Methods
    • Lesson 45 – Personnel Safety & Collateral Damage
    • Lesson 46 – System Interlocks & Test Methods
Section Quiz 08 – Explosion Protection and Prevention Systems*

ACTIVE AND PASSIVE SYSTEMS
  • Passive Building Systems
    • Lesson 47 – Construction Types & Construction Materials
    • Lesson 48 – Height and Area Limits & Building Separation Distance
    • Lesson 49 – Interior Finish
    • Lesson 50 – Structural Fire Resistance
    • Lesson 51 – Compartmentalization /Barrier
    • Lesson 52 – Protection of Openings
Section Quiz 09 – Passive Building Systems*

EGRESS AND OCCUPANT MOVEMENT
  • Means of Egress
    • Lesson 53 – Design Criteria
    • Lesson 54 – Exits & Means of Egress Components
    • Lesson 55 – Component Details
    • Lesson 56 – Occupancy Types & Occupant Load
    • Lesson 57 – Emergency Lighting & Marking of the Means of Egress
Section Quiz 10 – Means of Egress*

EGRESS AND OCCUPANT MOVEMENT
  • Human Behavior
    • Lesson 58 – Evacuation Movement
    • Lesson 59 – Human Performance Capabilities, Human Response To Fire Cues, & Occupant Pre-Movement
    • Lesson 60 – Toxicology of Smoke and Heat
Section Quiz 11 – Human Behavior*

80-Question Final Exam**

This course may qualify for up to 20 PDH (Professional Development Hours)/2.0 CEU (Continuing Education Units.)
*The section quizzes are optional, but recommended.
**If you are claiming Continuing Education credit for this course, the Final Exam is required with a score of 70% or better.

The PE Exam Review Course is designed to help you prepare for the PE Exam by following these 3 steps:

  1. Work through the information in the Course … follow the references … dig deep.
  2. Work as many problems as you can find and note where you have difficulties.
  3. Take the time to put together a comprehensive Test-Day Resource Library©

Remember, this is a process. If you will:

  • spend time every day
  • work the problems
  • assemble the resources

… you will be successful.

If there is anything I can do for you, please do not hesitate to ask.

To Your Success …

Jeff Setzer, PE
Fire Protection Engineering PE Exam Review Course

If you have any questions or comments while working through the Fire Protection Engineering PE Exam Review Course, please do not hesitate to contact me.
I’d also appreciate your feedback once you’ve completed the guide.

Fire Protection Engineering PE Exam Review Course

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