Virtual Training Schedule

The AES Training Academy provides virtual training on the second Tuesday and Thursday of each month. Each Tuesday training is a 3-hour class called Intro to AES; perfect for new employees or anyone wanting to brush up on AES knowledge. Each Thursday class is approximately one hour of training dedicated to a focused topic. Learn more about our Focused Topics and view/ register for classes using the Virtual Training Schedule below!

About AES Virtual Training

  1. AES Virtual Technical Training is free for all AES providers.
  2. Certificates for virtual training will no longer be provided. If you would like a certificate, please see our options for in-person training.
  3. AES uses Zoom Webinar to conduct our virtual trainings. Please toggle the months under the Virtual Training Schedule to access class registration information.

2023 Virtual Training Focused Topics

Hover on a focused topic to see when it is. Full class details are listed in the Virtual Training Schedule.

Understanding Your Network Management System

Available in January and July

Installing & Programming Your 7177 Hybrid Subscriber

Available in February and August

Programming Your Legacy Subscriber

Available in March and September

Programming Your IP Links

Available in April and October

How to Maintain Your MultiNet Receiver

Available in May and November

Antenna Theory

Available in June and December

We want to hear from you! Simply tell us what subject matter you would like covered in a virtual training in the field above and submit your answer.

Virtual Training Schedule

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September

Classes Closed

We’re sorry! At this time, we have no more virtual classes scheduled until next month. Please feel free to browse upcoming virtual classes by month on the schedule below, or check out our in-person training schedule by following the links below.

1-Day Technical training scheduled throughout the year at various regional locations.

1-Day technical training held at AES's corporate headquarters in Peabody, MA.

October

2 Classes Available

  1. Intro to AES
  2. Focused Topic 

Intro to AES

In this 3-hour class, you will learn basic principles of AES technology including how to choose the proper size antenna and where to install it. Additional topics include installing, maintaining and troubleshooting an AES Mesh Radio network, as well as programming the newest 2.0 IntelliNet® 7707 Fire and 7007 Burglary Subscribers.

Programming Your IP Link

In this 1-hour session, you will learn how to program a 7170-EM (UL) IP Link. We will discuss all the requirements to have in place before starting an install and walk through uploading and downloading the configuration file. You will also learn about aspects of the physical installation and UL requirements for the IP Link.

November

2 Classes Available

  1. Intro to AES
  2. Focused Topic 

Intro to AES

In this 3-hour class, you will learn basic principles of AES technology including how to choose the proper size antenna and where to install it. Additional topics include installing, maintaining and troubleshooting an AES Mesh Radio network, as well as programming the newest 2.0 IntelliNet® 7707 Fire and 7007 Burglary Subscribers.

How to Maintain a MultiNet Receiver

In this one-hour session we will go over how to properly maintain your 7705ii AES Multinet Receiver. We will cover rollover testing and confirming your primary receiver is backing up to your secondary receiver.

December

2 Classes Available

  1. Intro to AES
  2. Focused Topic 

Intro to AES

In this 3-hour class, you will learn basic principles of AES technology including how to choose the proper size antenna and where to install it. Additional topics include installing, maintaining and troubleshooting an AES Mesh Radio network, as well as programming the newest 2.0 IntelliNet® 7707 Fire and 7007 Burglary Subscribers.

Antenna Theory

In this 1-hour class, you will learn how to select the right antenna depending on your AES installation and what accessories are available from AES to make your installations as easy as possible. We will also discuss the dangers of using too large of an antenna and what DB actually means

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