The next fire marshal courses London:
June 28th 2023 (a.m. course) - good availability - Venue LSH, Horseferry Road
June 28th 2023 (a.m. course) - good availability - Venue LSH, Horseferry Road
July, August and September dates coming soon
Open fire marshal course venue: Horseferry Road, London £75+vat per person
Causes of fire
Classes of fire
Live fire extinguisher session (optional)
Reactive fire marshal roles
Daily and monthly duties of fire marshals
Risk spotting at work
Proactive fire marshal duties
Fire emergency plans
Evacuation and accounting for persons
Disabled fire plans
General fire evacuation advice
Open fire marshal training London and fire warden training London courses. The open courses are held at London Scottish House, 95 Horseferry Road. .
Open fire marshal training London courses are three hour programmes. All open courses are morning sessions and are held every month. Off site courses are also available London Scottish House. These course include live fire training. Furthermore, we can include your plans and procedures.
Cost of open fire marshal courses are just £75+VAT per person. This fire marshal training / fire warden training London course includes a live fire extinguisher session, tea / coffee and all persons get a certificate. Persons on this course also get online training notes for their type of workplace.
Open courses fill up fast, so places should be booked as soon as possible. Telephone and email bookings are held for five working days. Confirmation of the courses will be provided on receipt of attendee information and terms have been agreed.
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All City Fire Training courses can be adapted to suit individual workplace and also staff needs. As an IFSM approved fire training centre we are able to change our "base course content", so it is applicable for all staff in a workplace.
So what can be changed? The trainers can change information relating to fire extinguishers, so only the ones in the building are discussed. Discuss the organisation fire emergency plan if one is in place. Hazard spotting photos can be taken in a workplace, so they reflect the actual risks in the building. Changes to safety check information, so in house fire marshals know their exact role. Lastly, changes to evacuation, accounting and disabled plans can be altered and discussed.
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In house fire marshal courses London and fire warden training London on-site. These courses are changed to include workplace fire emergency plans and fire evacuation plans at no extra cost (when provided). Any number of people can attend London in house fire marshal courses.
Staff on in house fire marshal courses each get a training certificate and also online fire training notes on request.
If live fire extinguisher session are required in any house fire marshal training London programmes, an outside space is needed. Read the Practical fire extinguisher sessions paragraph for more details.
All trainers have worked as fire service trainers. Programmes and courses based on fire service advice, government guidance, British Standard notes and also fire service published material.
Off-site fire training can be delivered at any premises of your choice. Managers must found out whether the venue will allow outside practical sessions if these are needed.
Alternatively, managers can pick off-site fire marshal training at the City fire Training venue in Horseferry Road, Westminster. Classrooms and also a suitable outside space is available.
Each person on the course (up to twenty persons) will get a training certificate and also online notes on request.
Practical fire extinguisher sessions are available, subject to an available outside space.
Staff can use water, foam, CO2 and also wet chemical extinguishers on an environmentally friendly fire training rig. Numbers carrying out live fire sessions is limited to 20 persons, so safety can be maintained.
In house course practical sessions require the following:
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A space of about five car parking spaces.
Away from combustible or flammable materials.
Not near air intakes
Away from electrical risks and also other risks
An area not visible from a main road
No public access to the live fire training area
An area controlled by you / or that you are allowed to use.
Flat and also hard standing
Safe underfoot and also no slip hazards
The number of persons on the fire extinguisher practical sessions is limited to twenty persons. However, managers can have more persons tackle fires by doubling up on practical sessions. This is how it works – Group one of twenty will take part in the practical session while group two have a coffee break. Once the first session is finished we swap over. This is so that about forty persons can have live fire training! Need more? A third practical fire training session can also be added at the end of the course. This means up to sixty persons have live fire training for one low price! There is an additional fee for this service to cover extra time and also fire extinguisher recharging.
Live fire training sessions can be cancelled due to extreme weather conditions. This may happen if there is severe snow and also very high winds. On very rare occasions we may have to cancel the course and come to your site another day. This has only happened once in nine years!
If you use City Fire Training you could carry out fire marshal training / fire warden training in a number of different ways:
On our open fire marshal courses in London
Have in house fire warden courses London sessions
Off-site training at a venue of the managers choice
CFT to provide a fire emergency plan and then run manager led short in house sessions
So what do our fire extinguisher sessions include? We talk about the different classes of fire. Our trainers will concentrate on the type of fires that are common in your workplace if you book an in house course. We also discuss all types of fire extinguisher. Once again, we will concentrate on the types you have in your workplace on site training courses.
Remember, we can train about twenty persons on an outside fire extinguisher session. Ten persons will get hands on training but you can add more persons for a small fee. All persons on our courses will get a fire training certificate or have their name printed on a company issued certificate. For details either call or email us now.
Our fire door assessors provide fire door surveys with in depth look at how effective fire doors in a workplace.
PAS 79 style fire risk assessments provide a traffic light system to highlight risks and hazards in a clients workplace.
Monthly open fire marshal courses, In house and off site fire marshal training that can include live fire extinguisher sessions.
Fire extinguisher training courses that can include live fire training exercises using our LPG rig and fire extinguishers.
Fire marshal training London programmes are held each month, except December.
Each course includes live fire extinguisher exercises, so courses do book up fast. Numbers on courses are limited to 20 persons to help ensure health and safety.
Managers can book places by sending an email to reserve a place. The place will be confirmed after mamagers complete our booking email.
Fire marshal training London and fire warden training courses are now held at London Scottish House, 95 Horseferry Road, Westminster, London. This is a short walk from St James's Park and also Victoria tube stations.
There is no limit on in house courses which are theory only. However, if a practical is included the number of attendees is limited to twenty persons.
Open course practical sessions are limited to twenty persons. If the number of persons on the course exceeds twenty, then there will be two practical sessions held.
Courses can be provided in the evening or during night time hours. The usual costs do not apply, so each request will be quoted for individually.
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None of the City Fire Training staff are currently serving fire officers. However, all have previously worked for the fire service as operational officers. In addition roles of our trainers include Fire safety officers, Training officers and Emergency Planning officers.
High rise buildings are discussed on fire marshal courses, This includes working in high rise buildings and also living in them.
Fire marshals and fire wardens do the same job. Some organisations may ask fire marshals or fire wardens to do slightly different roles. For example some may have an emergency role and also a proactive fire safety role too. Their role may include safety checks, testing equipment and alarms etc. They may also help with developing new fire evacuation plans. Latest fire warden courses. Either call us or email us for more details about fire warden courses London / fire warden training London sessions.
There is no legal duty for managers to provide practical fire extinguisher training in workplaces. However, the manager should tell staff the contents of the fie emergency plan. This includes fire extinguishers. This can be given as a theory session.
In addition to fire training, staff must take part in fire drills. Most persons should undertake at least one drill. However, those working in high risk premises such as care homes, hospitals and also theatres should carry out more.
The trainers will carry out a risk assessment of the practical area and also the equipment that is used.
In addition, we implement COVID precautions to reduce chances of any transmission of the virus.
When taking part in a practical session, the attendee will be assisted by a trainer and may also have to wear some PPE. There is also an additional trainer controlling the fires on the fire training rig.
Booking courses and also open course places is so easy.
Either call or email the team and you will be contacted with course availability.
Open courses are best booked early, since these places often fill up soon. In house courses can also be booked, It is best to chat to a CFT colleague who will be able to provide course availability.
Attendees who take part in fire marshal training London sessions should read their fire emergency plan, walk the routes the are expected to check and also locate their nearest fire extinguishers.
After the course, CFT will send online notes (on request) and will also send an attendance certificate.
We are often asked “How many fire marshals do we need?”. The number of fire marshals will depend on the type of workplace and floor space, whether the public are present and also the level of risk. Lastly, it will depend on the evacuation method.
If your workplace has a low number of employees a roll call may be suitable.
Workplaces that are larger should use a type of sweep system. Published fire service advice suggests that buildings need one fire marshal for every sixty seconds of search area. In addition, workplaces would need an appropriate amount of deputy fire marshals in case of absence, sickness, annual leave etc.
Our in house and open fire marshal courses / fire warden training look at all of these issues. We can even recommend the number of fire marshals/ fire wardens you will need once you have discussed your workplace with us.
For more details of how many fire marshals your workplace needs either contact us or book on a fire marshal training fire warden training London course. Managers can either contact us by email or they can call us on 0207 419 5001.
We are often asked what is included in a live fire training session. We use an LPG fire training rig, water, foam, CO2 and wet chemical fire extinguishers. Our trainers simulate some small fires that can occur in a workplace. These include a small bin fire that attendees can fight with an extinguisher. They can also use a foam extinguisher too. We also simulate a live electrical fire and attendees can use CO2 extinguishers on the fire.
Our staff have strict health and safety rules. We carry out a risk assessment to make sure that the place and conditions are safe for an exercise. We also ask those not wearing glasses to wear protective eye wear and also gloves when tackling a fire with a CO2 extinguishers. In addition, we check for correct footwear, no dangling scarfs or anything that can catch light.
Our trainers have carried hundreds of these fire training sessions. We produce fire training that is fun, safe and that will also help staff gain confidence to tackle a small fire.
If you need more info about live fire training sessions why not contact our staff. You can either call or email us. We will tell you what you need for a live fire training session at your staff. We can also tell you what will happen if there is bad weather that may interfere with your fire training session.
Our teams provide IFSM accredited fire training. The fire marshal course has four sessions. Since the fire extinguisher training is based on the first two sessions of the fire marshal course, we can train all of your staff in one training programme. We can also include a live fire extinguisher session for both groups in you have a suitable outside space.
This double training session does not cost extra! So you can train all of your regular staff and fire marshals in one fire training course.
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No. If a member of staff has an injury or condition that means that cannot or do not want to take part. That’s OK! Some persons may not fill confident or strong enough to lift an extinguisher and tackle a fire. Since some extinguishers mean getting as close as one metre (water mist) or one and a half metres (CO2) from the fire, some persons would rather not do the exercises. There is no requirement to do the practical session to complete the course.
However, just to make sure your staff are safe we: carry out an assessment of the area. This also includes an weather conditions on the day of the training. Use an environmentally friendly training rig that controls the size of the fire. The gas supply to the rig is turned off before a student tackles the fire, so it will not get larger during the exercise. All persons on the course will also be next to our trainer when fighting a fire. Ask attendees to wear gloves and eyewear for CO2 extinguisher exercises.
We have carried out thousands of fire safety exercises without incident. We are proud of our safety record! Still not sure? So call us our email for more details.
Have you been let down by another fire trainer? So you need a new trainer quickly! We have a large number of trainers, so often have dates available for persons who need training quickly.
Since our courses are IFSM accredited and we are also an approved fire training centre. You can be assured our training will be well received by your staff. We are so good, you may even book us for all future fire training sessions!
So how much does a late training session cost? Our fees are the same as regular in house course fees. £395+vat for a non practical session course or £695+vat for one with live fire training. You can place any number of persons on the course for this fee but we do limit numbers of persons on practical sessions to about 20.
We will ask for a payment prior to the training. You will also have to agree our terms and conditions too.
Our trainer will also call you to discuss site arrival times, room layout, also outside space requirements (if applicable) and answer any questions you may have.
Our terms do say that we may have to cancel because of poor weather. However, we have never cancelled a course yet! In February 2018, the country saw red weather warnings but we still made it into London and carried out fire marshal training London sessions for a charity that provides shelter for homeless persons. We got to the venue, cleared the snow and also had an outside fire extinguisher session. That is the type of service that we offer!
All persons on our open courses will get a fire marshal training / fire warden training certificate. They will also get online training notes if asked for.
Persons on our in house and off site courses also get certificates up to 20 persons. If you have a few persons over this number we will also provide certificates. If you have a high number of attendees we may have to offer a general training certificate with names of persons on the course on the reverse of the certificate.
All fire marshals need to be trained on a regular basis. The Fire Safety Order does not specify training frequency, so retraining should be based on the risk in the workplace. Workplaces where this is a high life risk should have more frequent fire marshal training. Places such as care homes, hotels and other sleeping risks should have training at least once per year. In addition, workplaces where highly flammable liquids and gases should also consider frequent training. Workplaces which are lower risk such as offices and also shops can have less frequent training. This may be every two years or even three years for very low risk, low occupancy workplaces. Our team are happy to give advice on fire training frequency. So if you are still unsure contact our team. Either call or email us and we will get back to you.
This type of service is not available. The best fire marshal training is provided in house and also on open courses.
This allows persons on the course to ask questions about their workplace and also in some cases take them to a part of the building where they have concerns. In addition, it allows tutors to view the workplace and highlight any problems that they see.
Online training is not usually about the workplace, so may not pass London Fire Brigade's suitable and sufficient criteria for training in a fire safety audit.
In house fire marshal courses also allow the tutor to view fire risk assessment prior to the courses to highlight other fire safety issues in the building. This is difficult to achieve in a Zoom or Google Meet style course. Lastly, online training sessions are best done as short sessions. Most fire marshal training programmes are a minimum of 3 hours in duration.
Following the Covid pandemic may staff now work from home for part of the week and also permanently.
Some companies have as little as 20% of the original staff working in their usual office or workplace. This means that the original fire procedure is unlikely to still be appropriate for the workplace. Reasons for this include:
A complete review of the fire procedures will be required. This will include normal working hours, before and after regular hours and also weekend working.
Since many organisations used sweep methods for accounting for staff and visitors, there may not be enough staff members in a building strategically placed to carried these out. Alternatives may now be a baton / tag system or even a roll call.
City Fire training is able to assist organisations to review and develop new evacuation plans. In addition, CFT can train existing staff in their new fire safety roles. Either call us or email us for details.