Vulcan announce success of delegates on course held in Northampton

21st October 2015

Vulcan is pleased to announce the success of the following delegates on the course held in Northampton from 5-9 October 2015.

Success for delegates on fire training course in Northampton

  • Timothy Bigelow; Paul Botha, Head Risk Engineering, Geocycle
  • Lee Carter, Health, Safety, Security and Fire, NHS Property Services
  • Angela Cluley, HSSE Coordinator, Emerson Process Management
  • Liberty Dzvadzviki, NHS Nurse; Ryan Facer
  • David Lenane, Maintenance Supervisor, RCL
  • Sue Penman, H & S Advisor, NHS Property Services
  • Kirsty Lee Smith, Senior Fire Officer, Tata Steel UK
  • Neil Winter, Facilities Manager, The Great Hospital
  • Stu Wright, Quality Management Director, Veritech Systems Ltd.

Some comments included:

"I just wanted to pass on my thanks to you for your superb organisation of the course I attended at the beginning of October. I have to say, although I've done a fair few fire risk assessments, I've never touched plans before, and I learned a lot on this course. The trainer was extremely knowledgeable and kept us all engaged, even though it was quite full on, he did a very good job of teaching us all.  A credit to the company. I found it very interesting and the days flew by.  I am now a lot more confident about looking at plans and seeing where there are issues and I wanted to thank you, the trainer, and the team involved for the good organisation of the course.  I am interested in doing the advanced course, I have a real liking for fire safety.  Many thanks for all your help and I hope to attend another course soon." -Angela Cluley - Conversion Course

"I really enjoyed this course, I feel confident that I can now complete a fire risk assessment". Kirsty Lee Smith

Four of the delegates were completing the Conversion to Fire Manager Course so are now eligible to apply to the Institute of Fire Safety Managers (IFSM) or Institution of Fire Engineers (IFE) for Fire Technician grade subject to validation by them.

Two of the delegates are booked on the November Module 2 of the Fire Manager Certification courseand we look forward to seeing them again in November and the remainder are eligible to take Module two in the future if they want to aim for the Fire Technician grade.

We wish all delegates every success in their fire safety management duties.