Passive Fire Protection Training

Passive Fire Protection Foundation


PRICE: £220.00


Are you carrying out maintenance work that will affect the safety of occupied premises? This course introduces the role of passive fire protection within the building structure and its relationship with other life safety systems. The one-day foundation can be followed by further modules in specific passive fire protection products.

Learning outcomes

  • outline the legal, code driven requirements for passive fire protection installations
  • understand the role of passive protection in ensuring the safety of buildings and occupants
  • know the responsibilities of those involved in the process including the designer, specifier, distributer, installer and end user
  • identify some common problems and issues caused by building alterations and potential solutions

What’s included?

  • lunch, tea and coffee
  • free digital copy of our Passive Fire Protection handbook worth £20 + VAT


  • Fire Protection Association (FPA) certificate
  • 5 Institute of Fire Safety Managers (IFSM) CPD hours
  • CFPA Europe Passive Fire Protection Officer (when combined with either Fire Doors, or Fire Stopping)


  • Understanding Fire Doors
  • Understanding Fire Stopping
  • Level 3 certificate fire risk assessment

Price: £220 +VAT, FPA members receive a 10% discount
Duration: 2 days
Venue: Moreton in Marsh only

  • fire Legislation
  • building Regulations
  • 3rd Party Certification
  • active fire protection and engineered solutions
  • passive fire protection measures
  • compartmentation
  • structural protection; non-reactive, intumescent, cladding
  • fire stopping, fire seals and cavity barriers
  • cavity barriers & cladding
  • fire resistant ducting & dampers, fire resistant boarding systems and fire-resistant cladding systems
  • partitioning systems, ceiling systems and elements of construction
  • fire doors & glazing, fusible link doors and shutters

Aimed at those involved in the specification, supply and distribution, installation, maintenance and management of passive fire protection installations, including:

  • specialist contractor workforce
  • distribution supply chain
  • fire risk assessors
  • facilities managers
  • building owners/managers
  • site supervisors
  • fire systems inspectors
  • building control officers


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