AFAA National Membership Options-

Individual Membership Options-

Active 1-year: $195 – All active individual memberships including those granted complementary as apart of a training program fee

Active 3-year: $525.00  3-year active individual membership. 10% discount over annual price

 AHJ: $25.00 – Includes all code officials responsible for code compliance or with AHJ discretionary powers in federal, state, or local government agencies

Student: $25.00 – Any full-time student enrolled in a high school, technical school, community college, or university in a certificate or degree program with an interest in AFAA

Government Employee: $100.00 – Includes non-AHJ Federal, State, and Local Agencies/Governments and Public and Private higher education (colleges and universities), K-12, and other similar institutions

International: $195.00 – Any active individual member located outside of the United States or its territories

Retiree: $25.00 – Any active individual who transitions into retired status and who wishes to remain connections with AFAA.

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Once you have Joined AFAA National you can simply select to be a Member of Our MD-DC-VA Chapter for Free!

Club 72 Corporate Membership Options-

Club 72 is specifically designed for AFAA’s corporate members and others who are dedicated to the advancement of the fire alarm industry through technology, research, and development, codes and standards, and training and education. 

Member Levels:

Diamond: $20,000 – 1,000 Points

Emerald: $15,000 – 750 Points

Sapphire: $10,000 – 500 Points

Platinum: $5,000 – 250 Points

Gold: $2,500 – 125 Points

Silver: $1,000 – 60 Points

Business: $500

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Why Join the AFAA?

 AFAA Membership Benefits

  • Discounts for training seminars and NFPA publications and forms
  • Free recorded webinars
  • AFAA provides technical assistance on interpretations of codes and standards
  • AFAA provides web hosting opportunities for Member Associations
  • AFAA influences codes and standards that benefit the fire alarm industry
  • AFAA has representatives looking out for your interest on many NFPA Technical Committees
  • AFAA participates in the code development process of the International Building and Fire Codes
  • AFAA promotes certification via the NICET certification program

AFAA hosts several training programs, annual meeting and codes conference, and breakfast at the NFPA conference

A Voice

  • The AFAA represents manufacturers, installers, distributors, engineers and local agencies that are regularly involved in some aspect of fire alarm systems.
  • It is an excellent source for meeting the people and organizations involved locally in the fire alarm industry.
  • As a member of the MD-DC-VA chapter of the AFAA, you will have the opportunity to vote on significant issues concerning our chapter as we speak to others in our industry about important issues

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