Fire Wardens for Schools - one-day training course at Aylesbury, High Wycombe and Milton Keynes provided by Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service
Protect your employees and your school . . . and meet your legal obligations.
The courses in Aylesbury and High Wycombe have been tailored in conjunction with Buckinghamshire County Council and are aimed specifically at their schools.
The course in Milton Keynes, at Great Holm Fire Station, has been tailored in conjunction with Milton Keynes Council and is aimed specifically at its schools.
This course can also be delivered on your site (maximum of 15 delegates per course).
This course is for staff with a designated responsibility as fire warden or fire marshal, and provides the skills and confidence that will allow them to carry out their duties relating to fire safety and emergency procedures. The number of fire wardens that your organisation requires depends on the building design and use. In addition you should train extra staff to cover for holidays and illness.
Who should attend
Staff with designated responsibilities in the event of a fire.
At the end of the course students will:
- Be aware of the dangers of fire
- Understand the nature of fire and how it spreads
- Be aware of simple fire prevention measures
- Understand what to do in the event of a fire alarm
- Be able to distinguish between different types of fire extinguishers
- Be able to tackle small fires safely and effectively
- Be equipped to perform their fire safety duties
- Regulatory Reform Order (Fire Safety) 2005
- Fire Safety for Schools
- Building fire protection
- Evacuation procedures
- Chemistry of combustion
- Practical ‘first-aid’ firefighting on live fire
All students receive a certificate of attendance
The next course dates for 2011 are shown at the top of the page - further dates will be added.
Lunch is provided on these dates. For further information or to book, please contact us on 01296 744411 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to see our school fire risk reduction resource called Keep Your School in Business.
Click here to see the national fire safety risk assessment guidelines for educational premises.