Firstly all our fire training is approved by the Institute of Fire Engineers so you are assured that the information is of the highest standard. Also the Fire Assessment Services learning platform includes comprehensive administrative access that enables real time control of each end user client account and individual user. We have courses specifically for Care Homes for the same cost
The e learning package is constructed in such a way that the questions are introduced after each module and an opportunity is provided to re visit sections of the module before answers are finalised. The underlying factor in the e learning model is the stimulus effect of the video content when combined with the physical video presence of the tutor that effectively provides one on one tutoring of the subject matter. Live pictures, animated graphics and the personality of the presenter form part of a very effective virtual learning environment.
The e learning package allows progress to the next module when a pre determined pass rate has been achieved.The level of the pass rate can be controlled and in the event of the user failing to reach the pre determined pass rate the user is recycled through the content. On successful completion the certificate is available immediately online
Now using flash as its basic delivery format content is accessible by over 98% of all Internet users with a broadband connection across all available browsers.
Our courses are approved by the Institute of Fire Engineers.
Certificate issued on successful completion.
Extinguisher/Basic fire/Care Home
All prices exclusive of VAT
Basic Fire Safety Training course - approx 60 mins
• Module 1 - Chemistry of fire
• Module 2 - Common causes of fire
• Module 3 - Safety features within buildings
• Module 4 - Fire extinguishers
• Module 5 - What to do if a fire occurs
Fire Marshal Training Course - approx 120 mins
• Module 6 - Fire statistics
• Module 7 - Current fire safety legislation
• Module 8 - Fire risk assessment
• Module 9 - Fire preventative measures
• Module 10 - Safety features within buildings
• Module 11 - Role of the Fire Marshal
• Module 12 - Action on fire discovery
• Module 13 - Fire drills and evacuation
Fire Extinguisher Training course - approx 25 mins
• Module 14 - Fire extinguishers
• Module 15 - Pre-engagement action
• Module 16 - Using a fire extinguisher
It is a legal requirement that you provide induction fire training to all all new staff and provide refresher training. This is clearly stated in Article 21 (1) of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. See fire training video. Onsite fire training available, contact us for the most competitive quotation - 0800-689 0489
You must inform your staff on how to raise the alarm, who will call the fire service, how to evacuate the building and where to assemble, use of fire-fighting equipment e.g. how to identify the different types and what type of fire they can be safely used on, how to shut down machinery etc and not to use lifts in the event of fire.
Fire Marshals/Wardens will be required in larger organisations and where the fire risks are greater. They have a responsible role and will be expected to ensure that in the event of a fire everyone leaves the area as quickly and orderly as possible, ensuring that all security measures are undertaken, if this can be done without causing a significant delay in the evacuation procedure. The Fire Marshals/Warden should then go to the assembly point and take part in the roll call procedure there. It may be the responsibility of the Fire Marshal/ Warden or security officer to ensure that no-one re-enters before the fire brigade officer gives permission. Fire Marshals/Wardens will require more indepth knowlege of fire safety procedures and equipment.
Free Basic Fire Training course for 2 people and Fire Marshal Training course for 1 person included with our Fire Risk Assessment report!