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Fire Safety Trainer

23 August 2021

At the Fire Protection Association, our staff are at the heart of our business. We work with a mutual respect, and all have the same vision - to make the built environment a safer place to live and work. We empower our staff to make a difference and achieve a sense of fulfilment in the work they do.

We are looking for Fire Safety Trainers to deliver fire safety training efficiently and effectively to a variety of audiences at a variety of locations.

Key Accountabilities

  • Deliver training assignments with due care, skill, and diligence and in accordance with current know-how and best practice in his/her field and shall promptly and faithfully comply with and observe all lawful and proper requests which may be made by the Client.
  • Complete the preparation and administrative activities as laid out in the trainer handbook
  • Assist with the supply of technical information and support in relation to the size and complexity of the assignment being undertaken.
  • Where necessary liaise with the Client directly to deliver SLA’s and ensure content delivered is as requested/appropriate
  • Contribute to the creation and updating of course design and materials
  • Be responsible for own professional development and participate in CPD activities

Experience Required

  • Minimum 5 years in the fire safety industry or FRS
  • Design and delivery of training courses
  • Ability to relate to people in their work environment
  • Overseeing and coordinating multiple simultaneous training events


  • PTTLS or level 3 qualification in training


  • Excellent rates of pay
  • Pension and private medical health care
  • Free parking
  • Use of on-site gym/pool facilities
  • Flexible working policy.
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