Fire Warden Training
Who the course is for
This course is for employees that have been given the responsibility of taking a more supervisory role in the event of a fire. They are usually identified as Fire Wardens and Fire Marshals and their duties are an important part of fire safety.
The purpose of this course is to educate Fire Wardens and Fire Marshals about the role and responsibility they are undertaking, as well as best practise solutions in the case of an emergency.
By doing so, employers fulfil their obligations under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
What you'll learn
As well as the standard Fire Safety lessons, Fire Warden Training includes learning the following:
- The role and responsibilities of the Fire Warden or Fire Marshal
- Evacuation drill management and human behaviour in a fire
- Choosing and using fire fighting equipment, including practical use. (See Fire Extinguisher Training)
- Liaising with the Fire Brigade
These training sessions include PowerPoint and video presentations, in addition to practical fire extinguisher lessons in order to give your fire wardens and fire marshals the knowledge they need to keep your business safe.
Delegates will be issued with reference material and a Certificate of Attendance.
Get in touch with our friendly team to discuss your training requirements on 0808 168 7000 or fill out the form and we'll get straight back in touch!
How much does Fire Warden Training cost?
Whether you have a large group of delegates or just a few individuals to train, our courses are always competitively priced. For a comprehensive quote based on your requirements and location, contact our friendly team on 0808 168 7000 or fill out the form and we’ll get straight back in touch.
How long is the course?
The Fire Warden training course takes around 2½ - 3 hours depending on numbers.
Where does the training course take place?
We are flexible on location and happy to arrange the course at your premises, or at our own Didcot facility.