Success for Delegates on Fire Risk Assessment Course in Northampton

10th February 2015

Vulcan Fire Training are pleased to announce that all delegates on the Fire Risk Assessor (Module 1 of the Fire Manager Course), held in Northampton 19-23 January, were successful in their final exam. 

Successful delegates from the Fire Risk Assessor course in Northampton

The delegates represented a mix of industry sectors including maritime, military, engineering, leisure, public sector and construction.

All of those in attendance said they would highly recommend the course. Additional comments included:

"Vulcan provides a highly practical fire manager course this is not only very informative but relayed in a relaxed style that made learning easy." Robert Barr, Head of Estates, Maritime & Coastguard Agency

"A very professional organisation with very helpful and patient staff whose help was very much appreciated." Ian Pollock, Royal Air Force, Senior Non Commissioned Officer 

"Very good course, trainer did a very good job of putting the group at ease." Andrew Vie, Health & Safety Officer, UBU

"An excellent course promoting confidence and fantastic course work. Highly recommended." Jason Waddington, Manager/Steward, Leighton Buzzard Golf Club

"I really appreciated the effort put into making the content understandable and the week to go by smoothly." Alan Wilkes, Health & Safety Advisor, Devon County Council

Other delegates included:

Rory Culton (Surveyor, Keegans), Bradley Dyde (Install Engineer, Allcooper), Hendrik Husselmann (Senior Section Manager, Laing O'Rourke), Lynn Roberts (Statutory Compliance Officer, Cheshire West & Chester Council), Stephen Shepherd (Building Manager, Maritime & Coastguard Agency) and Eva Ainscough (Royal Air Force, Senior Non Commissioned Officer).

Both Eva and fellow Royal Air Force Officer Ian Pollock, received the Conversion to Fire Manager Certificate. 

Congratulations to everyone!

We also look forward to see Hendrik and Lynn again, on Module 2 in February and March, and wish all delegates well for the future.