This year has proved to be a busy one for the team here at Vulcan Fire Training and as 2021 draws to close, our Fire Safety Training courses have now been announced for 2022.
As stated in the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) order 2005, businesses are legally required to provide adequate training, information and instruction for nominated individuals with fire safety responsibilities. Failure to provide training and implement correct fire safety procedures can lead to disastrous consequences.
With the remaining course dates for 2021 now fully booked and spaces filling quickly for 2022, we take a closer look at some of the courses we offer, venues and upcoming dates for next year.
We offer a comprehensive portfolio of IFSM approved courses suited to different business requirements and various industry sectors. All of our courses can be delivered in-house at your premises or alternatively you can attend one of our public courses, which are held online or at the following venues across the UK:
This course provides management the opportunity to improve fire prevention practices within the workplace. Delivered in-house at your company premises, this course can also be tailored to different industries some of which include construction, healthcare or schools. The full list can be found here. Suitable for up to 15 delegates per session, we provide the projector, laptop and screen for presentation, all we require is a training room large enough to accomodate the number of attendees and an outside area for the practical element.
This in-house course is held at your business premises throughout the UK and is available for up to 20 delegates per session with up to 3 sessions in one day. To facilitate the course we require a training room large enough to accommodate the number of attendees and an open area with flat ground the size of 4 car parking spaces to set up the simulator. Upon successful completion of the course, delegates will be able to understand the causes of fire, be aware of the various types of extinguisher and what fires they are used for and also feel confident to tackle a small fire within the workplace.
An in-depth 5-day course which teaches delegates how to carry out fire risk assessments, produce fire safety reports and fire emergency plans in line with current legislation. This course forms part of the Fire Manager Course. The Fire Risk Assessor course gives delegates the opportunity to apply for Fire Technician Grade with the Institute of Fire Safety Managers (IFSM).
This highly practical course has been designed for individuals who have already received their NEBOSH Fire Safety & RIsk Assessment certificate and are looking to enhance their knowledge and skills further. Some of the key points covered are fire safety reports, fire emergency plans and in-depth fire risk assessments. Upon successful completion of this course, delegates will have the knowledge and confidence to produce relevant fire safety documentation in line with current legislation.
Aimed at delegates that have successfully completed the Fire Risk Assessor course (5 day), this course can be booked as an in-house option or alternatively takes place online and across various venues across the UK. Delegates that successfully complete this course will be awarded a prestigious Vulcan Fire Manager Course (9 day) certificate in addition to a Managing Fire Safety certificate. Some of the key tasks delegates will be better able to do are; set up and manage an effective fire awareness training scheme, compile fire risk assessment reports and confidently conduct effective fire risk assessments.
This comprehensive course combines Vulcan’s Fire Risk Assessor Course (5 day) and the Managing Fire Safety Course (4 day) to provide in-depth training on all aspects of fire safety.
Designed specifically for individuals employed in a wide range of industrial and commercial backgrounds within both the public and private sector, this prestigious course consists of two modules with multimedia presentations, practical exercises and working on plan drawings.
Those with very little or a good working knowledge of fire safety will benefit from this course, ensuring upon completion delegates will be competent and feel empowered to confidently undertake fire risk assessments, produce fire safety reports and fire emergency plans in line with current legislation.
Successful completion of this course allows delegates to apply for Fire Associate level qualification with the IFSM or a Fire Technician qualification with the IFE, subject to validation criteria.
This course is designed for delegates that have completed the Fire Manager Course (9 day) and are wanting to enhance their professional standing. This 5 day course also includes a 10,000 word paper on fire safety in a large organisation within 6 months of the course. Upon successful completion delegates will be eligible to apply for member grade with the Institute of Fire Safety Managers (IFSM) or the Institution of Fire Engineers (IFE), subject to their validation.
Below are some of our upcoming course dates for 2022, simply click the link to view more:
10 – 14 January – Fire Risk Assessor Course (5 day) – London
10 – 14 January – Conversion to Fire Manager (5 day) – London
07 – 11 February – Fire Risk Assessor Course (5 day) – Warrington
07 – 11 February – Conversion to Fire Manager (5 day) – Warrington
21 – 26 February – Fire Risk Assessor Course (5 day) – Online
21 – 26 February – Conversion to Fire Manager (5 day) – Online
28 Feb – 4 March – Fire Manager Advanced Course (5 day and project) – London
15 – 18 March – Managing Fire Safety Course (4 day) – Warrington
You can secure your place on one of our upcoming courses here. Due to high demand and limited availability, we encourage booking your place as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
If you have any questions about our courses or any other general queries please get in touch with our friendly team and we’ll be happy to help.