These courses have been designed to improve the understanding of fire safety.



Fire Risk Management and Safety

The “Fire Risk Management and Safety” course has been developed to improve the understanding of fire safety to a high level and is the first of its kind offered completely online and this will enable students worldwide to have full access to this level of course. This course has been accepted as a recognised educational programme of the Institution of Fire Engineers at the grade of TIFireE.


Managing Fire Safety

This course has been designed to cover all the areas identified in the core competence standard. It covers all the 9 modules laid down in the guidance document and covers all the appendices that the Fire Risk Assessor must demonstrate they have an understanding of.


Fire Investigation

This course will give an insight into Fire Investigation for the first responder to a fire incident. It will go through the key areas that they should be aware of relating to any subsequent fire investigation. It will provide delegates with the underpinning knowledge and understanding required for the role of first responder and help to develop their basic investigative skills relating to fire/crime scene investigation.


Fire Warden Training

This online course has been designed specifically for those who have been, or will be, appointed to carry out the duties of a Fire Warden or Fire Marshall. The course includes fire legislation, the theory of combustion, causes of fire and the correct way to tackle a fire using the fire extinguishers available. Other areas covered include their duties in the event of a fire or bomb. The various sweep systems available and how to search their nominated area is included in the course


Hot Work Passport

This hot work passport scheme has been introduced in response to requests from industry for courses that can be used to indicate a level of competence in fire safety for both hot work operatives and project managers who as part of their role may issue hot work permits.


Fire Safety in Residential Care Premises

The course is designed to give delegates an awareness of the causes of fire and how to prevent them. Delegates will learn how to identify the type of fire and then select and use the appropriate fire extinguisher. The principles of staged evacuation and the correct method of carrying out a systematic search of the premises are included in the syllabus.


Responsible Persons Responsibilities

This course will cover the responsibilities of the responsible person under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2015. Included in the course content is a downloadable building managers – Management of fire safety log book which will assist in documenting all your fire safety issues in line with the regulations