Ohio Fire Pumps NFPA 20

Ohio Fire Pumps NFPA 20


Credits 4.0

30-day access

  • NFPA 20 2016

The Ohio Fire Marshal exam prep courses offer presentation and sample test questions to help you learn and prepare.

The course also provides CEU credits for:

  • BI = Building Inspector
  • BO = Building Official
  • BPE = Building Plans Examiner
  • FPI = Fire Protection Inspector
  • FPPE = Fire Protection Plans Examiner
  • MPE = Master Plans Examiner
  • NRIUI = Non-Residential Industrialized Units Inspector

Get to know Fire Pumps!  The Ohio Fire Pumps course provides provides training for the state of Ohio's Fire Pumps Certification exam so you can obtain your state certification on the first attempt!

Contains over 100 sample questions and successfully prepares industry veterans, as well as novices.

Ohio Fire Pumps Online

  • 30 day access to an online training account - includes material review with graphics, charts and explanations
  • Simulated online exams for maximum practice and preparation
  • Review of NFPA 20
  • A completion certificate

Course lessons include:

  1. Administration
  2. NFPA 20 Requirements
  3. Definitions
  4. General Requirements
  5. Pumps
  6. Drivers and Controllers
  7. Acceptance and Testing Requirements

Each of the lessons is followed by a quiz.  At the end of the course, 3 randomized tests are offered to test your knowledge and help you prepare for the exam.

Understand general requirements of Fire Pumps per NFPA 20 2016.

This course provides the knowledge to:

  • Properly size and select a fire pump
  • Analyze system pressure
  • Determine pump layout and design criteria
  • Conduct system acceptance tests

If your state or requiring agency needs a course approval, please submit request to info@firetech.com.

  • Ohio Approval #: BBS2022-004

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