Sprinkler Training Courses

Basic Sprinkler Systems Design

DURATION: 5 days

PRICE: £1,250.00

COURSE CODE: C24

It is an industry requirement to have qualified sprinkler designers. This course will equip delegates to design sprinkler protection using pre-calculated design principles and water supplies. Relevant technical bulletins from the LPC Sprinkler Rules will be covered, enabling you to gain a thorough understanding of key sprinkler system design requirements.

The programme provides a foundation for progression on to both the Intermediate and FHC Sprinkler Systems Design course.  Delegates who attend the course can purchase a digital or print copy of the LPC Sprinkler Rules at a delegate rate of £299 + VAT (hard copies require a £20 delivery cost). To purchase your copy, please contact training@thefpa.co.uk once you have made your booking.

Delegates looking to sit the LPCB examination will need to be employed by an LPS 1048-1 approved sprinkler contractors (the LPCB examinations are not included and have to be organised separately).

Learning outcomes

  • knowledge of basic sprinkler systems design
  • skills in the design of ordinary hazard sprinkler systems using the pre-calculated method according to LPC Rules/BS EN 12845
  • knowledge of the related requirements of LPC Rules/BS EN 12845

Certification

  • Fire Protection Association (FPA) Certificate

Progression

  • Intermediate Sprinkler Systems Design

Price: £1,250.00
In-company price: 

  • hazard classification
  • design criteria
  • selection of appropriate equipment and limitations of use
  • water supplies
  • spacing and location of sprinkler heads
  • system components
  • system types and applications
  • Sprinkler designers/engineers
  • Sprinkler installers
  • Those wishing to apply for the LPS 1048-1 scheme
  • Project engineers/managers

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