Fire Warden / Marshal Course
This one-day fire warden (marshal) course is aimed at employees with a designated role in workplace fire safety.
The course is more detailed than the fire awareness course and covers more subjects. The course material is used in conjunction with current workplace fire safety legislation and guidance.
To enable employees with an enhanced fire safety role to meet the training requirements detailed in the Department for Communities and Local Government guidance and current workplace fire safety legislation.
Dates for Guildford Venue
- 27th July
- 24th August
- 28th September
- 26th October
- 30th November
- 7th December
- 27th January
- 24th February
- 23rd March
- 27th April
- 25th May
- 29th June
Dates for Croydon Venue
- 9 August
- 13 September
- 11 October
- 8 November
- 9 February
- 8 March
- 11 May
- 7 June
- 12 July
5 hour courses (09:30 to 15:30).
Per delegate £165 (plus vat).
Groups over 10 delegates, up to 16 (max) £1,650 (plus vat).
Training notes are available through our on-line resource centre at the time of booking. Refreshments are included at our Surrey training centres. A certificate of attendance, valid for two years, is issued at the end of the course.
Booking the course
To book this course please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0845 833 1493. Our administration team will be available to take your booking and arrangement payment for your course.
We use three training venues. Prior to your course, we will send you joining instructions with full details of which location you will be required to attend.
Venue 1 – CTC at Parklands Business Park, Guildford, GU2 9JX
Venue 2 – Ramada Farnham, Seale, Nr Farnham, GU10 1EX
Venue 3 – Croydon Park Hotel, 7 Altyre Road, Croydon, CR9 5AA
Training can also be arranged at alternative venues or at your own premises and is subject to the availability of a suitable area for practical training and parking facilities for our trainer.
By the end of the training delegates should be aware of, or recognise:
- Key fire safety duties under the law.
- Habitual human behaviour in a fire situation.
- The typical role of a fire warden in relation to workplace fire safety.
- The basic principles of risk assessment.
- How to prevent fire or limit its impact.
- The common modes of building evacuation.
- The need for fire drills and pre-planning for fire.
- Active and passive fire safety features and facilities.
- How to identify and use a range of portable fire extinguishers.
There are no prerequisites although ideally delegates should have attended the CCT fire awareness course or have a basic understanding of fire safety in the workplace.
Benefits for your organisation
All employees will benefit from the training, particularly new staff and managers. The course is especially useful to those with a designated responsibility for fire safety. It's also valuable for those intending to undertake the CCT fire warden / marshal refresher course or fire risk assessment course as an extension to their professional development.
- Review of modern fire safety law.
- Human behaviour in a fire situation.
- The role of the fire warden.
- Basic principles of risk assessment.
- Routine fire prevention measures.
- Modes of evacuation.
- Fire drills and pre-planning.
- Fire safety features and facilities.
- Firefighting equipment.
For more information please call our administration team on 0845 833 1493 or email us at email@example.com