Fire Warden Training

Key Features & Benefits of this Course

  • Compliant with
    • The Fire Safety Order 2005
    • The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
  • Complete the course in as little as 80 minutes
  • Multi Choice Test and Certificate
  • Bulk discounts available

A far-reaching Fire Warden programme, providing the skill set and tools for today’s Fire Warden / Marshal.

I’ve completed this course a couple of times in the past but still find it useful and informative. It’s great to have a refresher and the videos and imagery are very clear and easy to understand.’
Independent user review

Who is this for?
Anyone wanting to train as a fire warden or fire marshal for their workplace.
How long is the course?
80 minutes of interactive training

You will learn:

1. All about Fire

You will learn about the patterns of fire and how it develops into a potentially life-threatening emergency situation, the dangers of smoke and breathing in smoke, and how important it is to have good fire signage in the right places.

2. Preventing a fire

You will learn what is meant by a fire risk assessment and your role as a fire Warden in carrying that out. You will also learn about planning for the event of a fire, and the importance of regular fire drills in your workplace so that everybody knows where to go and what to do in the event of a fire.

3. Understanding people in danger

You will learn how people tend to react in a fire emergency so that you can better understand your role as Fire Warden, and how vital it is to have a well-practised evacuation routine.

4. Which fire extinguisher?

You will learn about the different types of fire and how to choose the right kind of fire extinguisher. You will also learn how to use each of the types of fire extinguisher

5. Fire-related Law

You will learn the legislation that fire wardens need to understand.

6. Testing your learning

On completion of all of the above sections of the course you will take a 20-question multiple-choice test. You can then get a printed certificate to show you have completed the Fire Warden training.