Currently I am a NICET lvl 1 in water based fire protection. I am almost upon my 5th working year with design and plan to go for my lvl 2, and lvl 3 shortly this spring. Can anyone beyond the obvious NFPA standard books recommend some reading material, or possibly online classes. I have only done 1 hand calc ever as I have been using Hypercalc (an 80's dos calc program, run through a Virtual machine on my Windows 7 machine) since day one. So a training in hand calcs would be great, I have tried to get our design leader here to train but he is not what I would call the "teacher type". Most of my studies so far have been with the following 2 books.
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