Success for Brandon Trust Team on Fire Risk Assessor Care Home Course

5th September 2016

Bristol based charity, supporting adults and children with learning disabilities and autism, The Brandon Trust, recently successfully completed a 3 day in-company Fire Risk Assessor for Care Homes course delivered by Vulcan Fire Training.

3 Day Fire Risk Assessor course for Brandon Trust

Members of the Brandon Trust team who attended the course were:

  • Mark Bruntwell: “Fabulous course- thanks. The trainer was a very approachable and knowledgeable.”
  • Trish Cox: “The trainer was very patient, helpful and approachable.”
  • Kayleigh Davies: “The trainer was very good at knowing when breaks were needed and phrasing information so it could be understood easily.”
  • Ghada Karkotli: “The training materials were very good. The trainer is very knowledgeable and experienced- he had great training style and focused on identifying strengths and strengthening weakness areas.” 
  • Robert McAfee
  • Ikechukwu Onwukwe: “The knowledge gained has been very informative and relevant to legislative or regulatory requirements.”
  • Francis O Ryan
  • Abby Rees
  • Margaret Stokes: “Enjoyed the course. Content was excellent.”
  • Nicola Webster.

Other comments included:

  • “The Trainer really made it interactive, and allowed us to make comments whenever we felt that we didn’t understand something.”
  • “I thought this course was going to be really boring, but it was so interesting. I can’t wait to go out and carry out a risk assessment!”

Andy Gubbins, the Health and Safety Manager at Brandon Trust, added: “I would really like to thank your company and especially the trainer. We will not hesitate to use your company in the future. Thanks again Vulcan, you’re ace!!!”

Vulcan wishes all delegates every success in their fire risk assessor roles and many thanks to Brandon Trust for choosing our training services.