AFAANJ 2020 – 2021 Meeting and Training Calendar

Unless notified otherwise all meetings are held at:

The Hanover Manor 

16 Eagle Rock Avenue 

East Hanover, NJ 07936

(973) 992-7425 • (973) 887-2682

The Bar at the Hanover Manor is open at 5:00, the board normally breaks up at 5:30 and the general meeting begins at 6:00. Business is conducted during dinner and our speaker goes up around 7:00 for a one hour presentation. Meetings are generally over at 8:00 unless the Q & A is spirited.

All Meetings are the third Thursday unless noted otherwise. Each membership covers the cost of one dinner, each guest will be billed $40.00

See the Meeting Schedule for 2020-2021 under the Meetings menu for the full list.  We will keep this updated and add meeting content as we have new information. During the winter, we will post notices here if a meeting has to be canceled. Note: Schedule available on home page.

Be sure to get a seat, please RSVP to: Dennis DeCarlo ddecarlo@metrofirecommunications.com (973) 429 – 4846

On the nights of General Meetings Our Board of Directors meets at the Hanover Manor at 4:00 PM prior to the general meetings, on months when there is no general meeting we meet at 4:30 PM at Frank Minutillo’s office:

Alarm & Comm. Technologies
25 Ross Street
Wharton, NJ 07885-0596

NICET Certification

Available (free to members) online training via AFAA Webinars, go to www.afaa.org AFAA also offers on-line instructor led training programs at a discounted rate for members.

Training offerings by others;

NTC Free Fire/Sprinkler Webinar Trainings 
http://www.nationaltrainingcenter.net/instructor-led-training/webinars.xml  

ADI Free Manufacturer Webinar Trainings 
https://www.adiglobaldistribution.us/webinars

ADI 2020 EXPO Schedule on site training
https://cdn.adiglobaldistribution.us/userfile-na/US/userfiles/Images/pdfs/events/2020-ADI-Expo-Calendar-rev5.pdf 

An education isn’t how much you have committed to memory, or even how much you know. It’s being able to differentiate between what you do know and what you don’t. It’s knowing where to go to find out what you need to know; and it’s knowing how to use the information you get.

William Feather (1889-1981), describing  just what “an education”