Passive Fire Protection Training

Passive Fire Protection Intermediate


PRICE: £440.00


Following on from our Foundation course, this two day intermediate programme is designed for those with a basic knowledge of the use of passive fire protection to control the spread of fire in buildings. When correctly installed and maintained, passive fire protection products assist in safeguarding the building structure, protecting assets and business operations. This course is most appropriate for fire risk assessors looking to gain further knowledge of passive fire protection measures.

Learning outcomes

  • Examine the basics of fire spread in buildings
  • Determine how passive fire protection can mitigate, reduce or prevent fire spread
  • Select and appraise the specific regulations and standards related to building products, construction and maintenance
  • Compare the different types of building products for passive fire protection, fire safety systems and equipment
  • Examine the ways existing buildings can be improved by the retro-fitting and maintenance of passive fire protection

What’s included?

  • lunch, tea and coffee
  • three free digital copies of Fire Protection Association handbooks


  • Fire Protection Association (FPA) certificate


  • Certificate in Fire Risk Assessment
  • Fire Risk Assessment – 3 days

Price: £440+VAT, FPA members receive a 10% discount
In-company price: £3,000+VAT, FPA members receive a 10% discount

  • Preventing the spread of fire and smoke
  • Application of fire safety legislation
  • Technical fire protection solutions
  • Understanding the new classification of building materials
  • Requirements of 3rd party certification and accreditation
  • Appropriate measures to be taken in differing classes of building and product use, including; fire doors, shutters and glazing. Compartmentation, partitioning and ceiling systems. Fire Stopping, seals, cavity barriers and cladding. Ducting and dampers
  • Course assessment

The course is aimed at decision makers and those involved in the planning, supply, installation and management of passive protection products. These may involve:

  • Building designers/engineers
  • Fire risk assessors, facilities managers and building managers
  • Site supervisors
  • Fire systems inspectors
  • Building control officers
  • Clerk of works
  • Building contractors/suppliers
  • Health and safety managers
  • Enforcing officers / auditors
  • Responsible persons


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