FPA TRAINING

Training

Fire Warden Training

DURATION: 4 Hours

PRICE: £760.00

COURSE CODE: C01

Fire Warden training, sometimes referred to as fire marshal training, is essential to ensure your staff have a thorough awareness and understanding of the threat posed by fire. Your staff will receive hands on experience in using fire extinguishers and interactive training in risk assessment and mitigation. This course is only available as an in-company course, delivered at client venues at a time to suit you. It is recommended that fire wardens undertake training every three years and this course is suitable for fire warden or marshal refresher training. 

Learning outcomes

  • Identify fire hazards and risks - unit FS1.1*  
  • Report fire hazards and risks – unit FS1.2*

*Units refer to the National Occupational Standards (NOS) in Fire Safety 2010.

Certification

  • Fire Protection Association (FPA) certificate
  • CFPA Europe Certificate in Basic Fire Fighting and Fire Prevention
  • 3 Institute of Fire Engineers (IFE) CPD hours

Progression

  • Level 3 Certificate in Fire Risk Assessment

Price: £760 + VAT, FPA members receive a 10% discount
Duration: 4 hours
Venue: client site

  • Fire legislation, facts and figures
  • Combustion principles and how fire spreads
  • Fire case study
  • How to spot common hazards
  • Actions in the event of fire and evacuation principles
  • Fire wardens’ responsibilities
  • Routine fire safety checks
  • Basic fire extinguisher training theory and practical
  • Training Managers
  • Health and Safety Managers
  • Office Managers
  • Team Managers
  • Team Leaders
  • Building Managers
  • Facility Managers

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