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Fire Training Courses


We offer a range of Fire Training courses to meet your company's needs.


All students are presented with a certificate of attendance, which is valid for three years.

Where are they held?

The courses can be held at your premises or we can arrange training facilities for you.


Fire awareness training

Course title

Who should attend

Course Content

Fire Warden -
Duration: 1 hour

This course is for all persons in the workplace who are required to learn the principles of fire safety. This course is ideal for new employee induction or a refresher to existing personnel to maintain fire safety.

  • Fire Legislation
  • The triangle of fire
  • Causes of fire
  • Fire safety awareness
  • Types of extinguishers

Fire Warden -
Duration: 4 hours

This course has been specifically designed to meet the requirements of the regulations laid down in the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) 2005 Order and is delivered by a trainer with over thirty years experience in the fire safety and fire training industry.

Anyone to be employed in the capacity of fire warden, who will be responsible for overseeing fire safety and/or who is required to act in a position of responsibility during a fire emergency.

  • Instruction in the specific role of the Fire Warden
  • Fire Safety Legislation
  • Common causes of fire
  • Fire safety precautions
  • Action on discovering fire
  • Fire Drills and Evacuations and how to deal with the Fire Service
  • How to use fire extinguishers and hands-on experience for each delegate on a live fire

Fire Warden and First Aid Course Duration: One-day

This safe at work course is designed for persons in the workplace to learn the principles of fire safety and first aid. This course is ideal for new employee induction or a refresher to existing personnel to maintain health and safety standards, and benefits both smaller and larger companies alike.

All employees at all levels so they understand their responsibility during a fire emergency and will be able to provide basic first aid support.

Fire Warden

  • As above

First Aid

  • Aims of First Aid
  • Incident Management and Initial Assessment
  • Dealing with the Unconscious Person
  • Resuscitation Shock
  • Control of Bleeding and Treatment of Fractures
  • Miscellaneous Conditions
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