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SecurityCEU.com Offers Smart Home And Audio/Visual Content Courses In Partnership With Bedrock Learning

SecurityCEU.com announced that they will begin hosting content related to Smart Home and Audio/Video, in partnership with Bedrock Learning. Online courses will be available on the SecurityCEU.com official website, starting February 3, 2021 and will be part of a unique Smart Home and AV Bundle, and an AV Selling Skills Bundle and available as individual courses as well. All online courses will be approved for CEUs at the national and state level for license compliance. Smart Home and AV content...

SecurityCEU.com Announces Their Partnership With The Associated Locksmiths Of America To Offer Discounts

SecurityCEU.com, owned and operated by The CMOOR Group, has partnered with The Associated Locksmiths of America (ALOA) to offer ALOA’s popular ALOA Fundamental Locksmith (AFL professional designation) in an interactive, blended format at a discounted rate. The online ALOA AFL course is discounted by $300. The full ALOA AFL designation online program costs $1,200 (regularly $1,500). The ALOA member’s discounted rate (regularly $1,350) is also $300 off making the AFL designation $1,05...

School Dangers Organization Appoints Jonathan Schweiger As Director Of Strategic Partnerships

School Dangers Organization (SDO) has named Jonathan Schweiger as their new Director of Strategic Partnerships. School Dangers is a 501(c)3 organization which strives to improve school security nationwide through advocacy, education and application of technology. Schweiger will work closely with the board of directors. His key objective is to identify and sign companies who have an interest in school safety. Opportunities to partner with SDO include sponsoring the Certified School Security Profe...

ShowMYBadge From The CMOOR Group Offers E-badging System For Security, Fire And Life Safety Industry

Ask any alarm or fire installation company and they will tell you, the printing and distribution of required license credentials can be a logistical hassle. Each valid technician in the field must carry a credential or badge offering proof that they are licensed and qualified to be on that particular job. If the company has a change in their Qualifying Agent/License Holder, all badges in the field must be reprinted and distributed again. It is a costly and time consuming process. And if a badge...