Covered in this course
This training course is broken down into 5 sections
- 1 Background
- 2 Fire Prevention
- 3 Fire Evacuation
- 4 Fire Extinguishers and Classes
- 5 Legislation
This section covers the basics - including how fire spreads through a building, the dangers of smoke, the causes and costs of fires in schools, how to reduce the risks of fire and understanding the meaning of different types of signs and where they should be placed.
This section explains the role of the Fire Warden and the importance of a safe working environment, including the need for a fire emergency plan and fire evacuation plan. It explains what a fire risk assessment is and what it means to the Fire Warden. It looks at people who may be at particular risk, explaining what personal emergency evacuation plans are and who may need them. It includes a checklist for the Fire Warden.
This section looks at human behaviour and how people react in fire-related situations – demonstrating how critical the role of a Fire Warden is. It explains the procedures the Fire Warden needs to follow to conduct a safe evacuation in a school and the importance of planning and conducting fire evacuation drills.
This section looks at and explains the different classes of fire, the different types of fire extinguisher and how to operate them – and which extinguishers to use on each class of fire.
This presenter-led section of the Fire Warden course explains the legislation in a straightforward way. It is simple to understand and concentrates on the relevant part of the legislation
About this course
This Fire Warden Training in Education Programme has been written for designated employees within schools, colleges and other educational institutes.
A complete in-depth Fire Warden e-learning course designed to equip you with the knowledge you need to become a fully trained Fire Warden or Fire Marshal in a school. This course provides everything you need to demonstrate competence in this designated role.
This course is broken down into 5 easy-to-follow sections: the background of fire and how it spreads, preventing fire and the need for emergency plans, fire evacuation procedures, the extinguishers (and classes of fire) and the relevant legislation.
Assigning Fire Warden duties to a responsible person in your school is a key part of ensuring good health and safety, and demonstrates a commitment to implementing sound emergency fire procedures. In addition to this, we provide a range of additional Fire Safety training courses to further your employee’s understanding of fire safety in the workplace.
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Fire Warden in Education certificate
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Each of our courses ends with a multiple-choice test to measure your knowledge of the material.
This Fire Warden Training (Education) course concludes with a 20 question multiple-choice test with a printable certificate. In addition, brief in-course questions guide the user through the sections of the training and are designed to reinforce learning and ensure maximum user engagement throughout.
As well as printable user certificates, training progress and results are all stored centrally in your LMS (Learning Management System) and can be accessed any time to reprint certificates, check and set pass marks and act as proof of a commitment to ongoing legal compliance.
What does my certificate include?
Your Fire Warden Training in Education Certificate includes your name, company name (if applicable), name of course taken, pass percentage, date of completion, expiry date and stamps of approval or accreditations by recognised authorities.
Please note if you are using our course content via SCORM in a third party LMS then we are unable to provide certificates and you will need to generate these in your host LMS yourself.
1,041 real user reviews
very good course
The course brought things back and refreshed my memory.
Good and simple
Easy to follow videos
Concise and informative
Best on-line course I've completed
This was an excellent on-line course. Each section conveyed the information clearly, efficiently and effectively. Although quite long it never dragged. All presenters were excellent. The live action sections (extinguishers) were good. The two videos ((i) human behaviour when an alarm goes off and (ii) the arson attack on the sweet shop both really interesting and helpful).
Very concise and I now feel I have the knowledge to go forward for fire drills and induction training for new staff and current staff.
Excellent training. Thank you
This user gave this course a rating of 5/5 stars
Very useful tips overall.
A comprehensive, easy to understand training course.
Clear but inflexible and one poor qn
Presentation was clear. Largely questions in test were sensible although there was one asking how many serious fires there are in schools in the UK per year. This is a poor question because a) it is irrelevant to how you act in the case of a fire and b) different sources say different numbers (presumably as the word serious is undefined). Other training providers are more text based which has the advantage of allowing the trainee to go at their own pace and therefore focus on the areas that they need.
Why is this training important?
It's important that you comply with the law and know the ways in which it affects you and the way you work.
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005
It is a legal requirement that your establishment appoints a Fire Warden (or 'Fire Marshal'). The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 clearly states that a competent person with the appropriate skills, knowledge and training should be present and capable of following the correct emergency procedures should they become necessary.
The responsible person (property owner, company director etc) must, where necessary, nominate competent persons to implement those measures and ensure that the number of such persons, their training and the equipment available to them are adequate, taking into account the size of, and the specific hazards involved in, the premises concerned...