Fire Risk Assessment for Complex Buildings Online


PRICE: £530.00


Delivered virtually through live sessions, this course discusses the issues for fire risk assessors of more complex buildings types and occupancies.

Further your capabilities to develop fire safety solutions to ensure best practice for life safety standards, property protection and business resilience. This interactive course encourages discussion and debate and is facilitated by fire safety experts. Course content reflects knowledge requirements identified by the Fire Risk Assessment Competency Council and the National Occupational Standards in Fire Safety.

Learning outcomes 

  • a greater understanding of the active and passive fire safety measures available
  • a deeper understanding of the effectiveness and limitations of new and existing fire safety measures and the cost and benefit of upgrading or replacing existing measures
  • differentiate between matters that are required to ensure statutory compliance and additional measures that would reduce the risk to property and business
  • an improved ability to apply relevant guidance documents in order to determine appropriate fire safety solutions
  • an understanding of human behaviour in a range of fire situations

What’s included?

  • 2 days of training input, discussion and group exercises delivered live via Zoom
  • 8 free digital copies of Fire Protection Association handbooks worth £160 + VAT


  • Fire Protection Association (FPA) certificate
  • 13 Institute of Fire Engineers (IFE) CPD hours


  • CFPA Europe Diploma in Fire Prevention – Technical Cycle

Price: £530+VAT, FPA members receive a 10% discount
Duration: 2 days
Booking: please contact us directly for bookings as pre-requisites for the course apply: training@thefpa.co.uk


Booking with a purchase order? Complete our interactive booking form and return it to training@thefpa.co.uk 


  • CFOA guidance; fire safety management; co-operation and co-ordination in multi-occupied buildings, human behaviour, GEEPS, PEEPS
  • fire warning systems
  • legal requirements, advantages, disadvantages and limitations of specific systems; cost implications
  • passive fire safety measures
  • fire doors; protected stairways and corridors
  • active fire safety measures
  • suppression systems and some control costs, benefits
  • guidance documents
  • CLG, ADB, LACORS & BS9999 application, interpretation, limitations, contradictions and errors
  • general fire precautions in complex premises
  • compartmentation requirements, basements and commercial premises; means of escape
  • Those who have completed previous Fire Risk Assessment training
  • Property Managers
  • Inspecting Officers
  • Landlords
  • Enforcing Authorities


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