Current fire safety legislation requires a risk-based regime in organisations with a nominated competent person overseeing fire safety management – Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 for England and Wales/Fire (Scotland) Act 2005/Northern Ireland Fire Safety Regulations 2010.
This prestigious course has been designed specifically for individuals employed in a wide range of industrial and commercial backgrounds in both public and the private sector and organisations who require in-depth, practical training in fire risk assessment.
This course ensures that on completion delegates feel competent and confident to carry out fire risk assessments, produce fire safety reports and fire emergency plans of small to medium size premises in line with current legislation.
A highly practical 5 day in-depth course with multi-media presentations, working on plan drawings and practical exercises, using software and laptops; held on a public or in-house basis for up to 12.
Upon successful completion of the course, delegates can apply for Fire Technician Grade with the Institute of Fire Safety Managers (IFSM) leading to the TIFSM professional fire safety qualification subject to validation.
This course forms the first part of the Fire Manager Certificate giving delegates the opportunity, at a later date, to enhance their knowledge and to be able to apply for Associate Grade with the IFSM or Fire Technician Grade with the Institute of Fire Engineers (IFE) subject to validation.
First class training and instruction from qualified fire-safety professionals.
Lunch and refreshments on public courses
PLUS - Complimentary Training Pack
This complimentary pack includes comprehensive course notes, scale ruler, drawing template, fire-door gap gauge, and computer software on pen drive using PAS 79 methodology for:
Delegates are required to bring their own laptops which must have Word and Excel software but must not be encrypted and able to read a pen drive. If the use of a Vulcan laptop is required, a request must be made in writing when booking the course.
Fire Safety Managers, Facilities Managers, Risk Managers, Surveyors, Consultants, Health and Safety practitioners and those looking for a framework for conducting fire risk assessments and compiling fire emergency plans. Those with very little or a good working knowledge of fire safety will benefit from this training.
5 Day Fire Risk Assessor Approved Certificate.
On completion of the course you will be better able to:
Maximum 12 delegates, held on client premises throughout the UK – please ask for details and date availability.
Requirements - a training room large enough to accommodate the number of attendees. Vulcan will provide projector, laptop and screen for the presentation if required. Delegates should provide their own laptops with Excel and Word software and not encrypted. More space is required for employees to work than for normal training because of the need for laptops and the use of A3 plan drawings during the course.
Open book examination on fire risk assessment from plan drawings and case history.
Please complete the form below if you would like to enquire about the 5 Day Fire Risk Assessor course, or be added to a waiting list for a date that is currently full.
I started the course with basic knowledge of the subject matter. Due to the effectiveness of the course materials and training delivery, I now feel significantly more equipped on the subject. Great group and Great trainers.
I don’t have a good knowledge on fire, it's all very new to me, but this course has been amazing. The content is so clear and easy to understand. The trainer’s teaching has made it clear for me to implement in my role. Thank you.
I found the course was excellent. Trainer interacted with the group brilliantly and used real life examples to relate the information. It wasn’t like some other courses I’ve been on that were ‘death by powerpoint.'
The course was set out perfectly to ensure maximum information input, which made it easy to understand and follow what was going on. 5 Stars all round for me. Thanks, guys.