This 3.5-hour course will provide you with the knowledge and training in fire safety as required by the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 and the Fire Services Act 1981.
At the end of this course you will know your duties as a Fire Warden and the actions to be followed during a fire or an emergency. This course will also provide you with the skills to recognise the importance of fire prevention and how to implement a fire prevention ethos within the workplace.
The course will also focus on Personal Emergency Evacuation Plans (PEEP), record keeping, fire drills etc. We promote the culture of prevention rather than cure.
Participants will be given the opportunity to complete a practical on our premises (29 Lesson Street Upper, Dublin 4) once the Covid-19 crisis has rescinded. This practical will include evacuating a building, discharging fire extinguishers and how to use a fire blanket (Please note, a real fire is not used in the practical).
- Fire Prevention
- Fire Warden Duties
- Mechanics and behaviour of fire
- Evacuation Procedures
- How to use fire blankets and fire extinguishers
How will I learn?
Our instructor will deliver the course online using Microsoft Teams. This enables learners to ask questions and interact with the instructor and other course participants in real time. The course presentation will be shared onscreen in real time and the practical components of the course will be demonstrated in a series of videos . You can use Microsoft Teams directly with your browser using a smart phone, tablet, laptop or PC and there is no need to download the app.
What will I receive on the course?
Each participant will receive the Fire Safety Booklet
Successful participants will receive an electronic St John Ambulance Fire Warden Certificate (which is valid for 2 years)
Max Number of Learners
The max number of instructor to learners is 1:10
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The cost of the course is € 85 per person.
The course can be booked below securely using PayPal. If you wish to use another payment method then please contact 01 668 8077 or firstname.lastname@example.org