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What is the FASA/BASA Identification card?

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The licensed electrical or alarm system contractor must provide each FASA/BASA employee with an identification card that includes the following: more
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FASA and BASA are certifications that the State of Florida requires each and every alarm installer to have. FASA stands for Fire Alarm Systems Agent and BASA stands for Burglar Alarm Systems Agent. Once you receive the certification the company you work for is required to provide an picture ID card with showing that you are certified, the name of the company that you work for, the license number for the company you work for, and the expiration date of the certification.

Transferring ID cards when changing companies.

According to Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) the BASA FASA certification ID cards can be transferred from one company to another if the organization that provided the training is willing to transfer the information to new BASA FASA ID cards. Some training providers will transfer the BASA FASA certification ID cards to a new company for a nominal fee and other training providers will not without retaking the course.

For example, the Alarm Association of Florida will not transfer BASA FASA certification ID cards without retaking the course.

Other training providers, including Power Learning Systems will transfer your BASA FASA certification ID cards to another company for around $15 without having to retake the course.

You will have to contact the training provider that issued your BASA FASA certification ID cards to verify their policy on transfering the ID cards and if they require you to retake the course or not.

But, as I stated above... the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation does NOT require you to retake the BASA FASA course when changing companies. It basically comes down to financial greed when the certification provider mandates that you retake the course when changing companies.

So, choose your BASA FASA training provider carefully or it may cost you a lot more time and money in the future.
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