Mon, 03 Feb | The Smile Centre

Fire Warden Training (1)

Don't be alarmed, train staff for emergency evacuations. Who this course is suitable for: The role of the Fire Marshal is normally undertaken by the Maintenance Officer or School Business Manager. Fire Warden roles are carried out by members of the Senior Leadership Team and Office staff.
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Fire Warden Training  (1)

Time & Location

03 Feb 2020, 13:00 – 16:30
The Smile Centre, 12 Sandy Lane, Warrington WA2 9BX

About the Event


The Fire Marshals role is to assist in co-ordinating information from Fire Wardens. The course will look at the role of Fire Marshal to record information about the emergency and to pass that information on to others who may need it. The role of the Fire Warden will be considered when sweeping the building, assisting people with mobility or physical impairments and identifying the cause of the fire alarm actuation.

Aims and Objectives 

Our fire warden course defines, assists and instils confidence to those people who have a key role with the management of fire safety in the workplace. This course covers both emergency and none emergency issues of this vital role. This course complies with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and Health & Safety Legislation. This course will provide the delegates with a comprehensive review of theoretical and practical understanding of the typical functions of a fire marshal within a workplace and will additionally give delegates an understanding of how fires start and propagate within buildings together with information to assist with the development and implementation of emergency evacuation arrangements. 

Key Learning Outcomes 

At the end of the course delegates will be trained to: 

• Understand the role of the Fire Marshal / Warden 

• Understand the importance of good fire safety management 

• Understand the importance of regular fire drills 

• Explain how fire and smoke spreads within buildings 

• Awareness of all fire safety measures in the workplace 

• Understand their actions in the event of fire and operation of the fire alarm 

• Confidence in identifying and operating the correct fire fighting equipment 

• Explain common causes of fire in the workplace 

• Assist the school in simulated and live emergency evacuation situations 

• Understand human behaviour in fire situation

• Understand the threat of arson

Course Material

A digital course handbook will be provided for this half day course.  Candidates will have an opportunity to discuss fire controls and procedures relevant to their own schools.

Course Test

There is no formal assessment for this course. Delegates who successfully complete the accident investigation training in full will receive a certificate of training.

  • Fire Warden Course £48

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