Hot Work Passport Online

DURATION: 4 1/2 Hours

PRICE: £110.00


Our renowened hot work passport training course is now avaible to delegates online via Zoom. The same quality content delivered by expert trainers, undertaken virtually from your choosen location. 

Hot work safety training is essential to help prevent fires caused during construction or maintenance work. These fires are often responsible for thousands of pounds of damage in property and business loss.

"The Fire Protection Association (FPA) has introduced a Hot Work Passport scheme to enhance the level of competence of those involved in work with the potential to produce ignition sources. The Passport Scheme was developed in response to calls from industry for a national benchmark of fire safety knowledge. Over 2,850 Hot Work Passports have been issued to date. ... The FPA Hot Work Passport is valid for five years from the date of completion of the appropriate hot works course." Dame Judith Hackitt DBE FREng - Building a Safer Future

Learning outcomes

  • Knowledge and understanding of the importance of fire prevention and your own responsibility when performing dangerous work
  • Knowledge and understanding of systematic working and fire prevention methods underpinned by the relevant legislation and regulations

What’s included?

  • lunch, tea and coffee
  • Free digital copy of Fire Protection Association Hot Work handbook worth £20 + VAT


  • Fire Protection Association Hot Work Passport valid for 5 years
  • Level 2 CFPA Europe Certificate in Hot Works
  • 3.5 Institute of Fire Engineers (IFE) CPD hours


Price: £110 +VAT
Duration: half day
Venues: Online

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

  • legislative requirements
  • principles of fire risk assessment
  • fire science – understanding fire
  • structures and materials – understanding fire protection
  • hot work management processes
  • hot work equipment fire hazards
  • preparing to carry out hot work
  • safety precautions during and after hot work
  • action in the event of fire

This course is designed for those supervisors and operatives who carry out risk assessments in order to complete hot work permits. Job roles may include:

  • Welders
  • Roofers
  • Steel Workers
  • Construction Managers
  • Site Managers
  • Facility Managers


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