Available course dates:
Monday 7th September to
Friday 11th September 2020
Monday 28th September to
Friday 2nd October 2020
Monday 23rd November to
Friday 27th November 2020
This comprehensive course is designed to enable persons with an understanding fire safety principles and practice to apply their skills competently in conducting or auditing fire risk assessments. As part of the course, delegates undertake a practical workshop exercise and their competence is tested by written examination on the final day.
The course is run at different venues, usually one in Surrey and one in Scotland. Subject to demand, we periodically run the course in Belfast. The course consists of four full days of training, delivered by two experienced trainers, whose backgrounds are as fire risk assessors. Part of the course includes undertaking a practical exercise which is a fire risk assessment of a building. The final day consists purely of the examination. Delegate numbers are limited on every course to provide an optimum training environment.
The course focuses on fire risk assessments in commercial premises and considers residential premises. However, for the Surrey courses, a workshop is run on one evening to specifically cover residential premises.
The course is recognized by the Institution of Fire Engineers (IFE) for the purpose of their Register of Fire Risk Assessors and Auditors. The course attracts 29.5 IFE accredited CPD hours.
Delegates will develop:
On completion of the course, results are issued electronically, usually within four weeks of the examination date. All places on courses must be booked and paid in advance.
It is assumed that delegates on this course already an understanding of fire safety. Accordingly, the objective of the course is to transfer basic skills in fire safety into the culture of fire risk assessment. However, some of the relevant fundamental principles of fire safety are reviewed during the course. The Government guides to fire safety legislation would provide useful background reading and are recommended pre-course reading. These are:
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