Care home fire training - no practical session - unlimited numbers may attend - from £345+vat
Care home fire training with live fire extinguisher session - Up to 20 persons - from £545+vat
Call us about residential care home fire training for your staff or organisation.
Our care home fire training and nursing home fire training course is ideal for managers to develop fire safety procedures care homes and other plans. It is also suitable for care staff, domestic, maintenance and also catering staff. It covers all fire safety issues in care home and will also help maintain a safe workplace.
Live fire training (optional)
Hazard spotting in care homes
Fire evacuation plans in care homes
Types of incidents and responses
Progressive horizontal evacuation
Evacuating disabled persons and PEEPS
Review of fire safety features in care homes
Monitored fire drills
Our residential care home fire training and nursing home fire training can be changed to suit your homes fire plans. This course is based on government, fire service and also British Standard advice. Some of clients have “Excellent” report by CQC for fire training and plans. We know that all care homes are different, so this course can be easily changed to look at you plans and any hazards you may have.
This course is available as a morning, afternoon and also evening programmes. We can also provide multi sessions throughout the day to cover different shift patterns.
Course participants will receive a certificate of attendance and provided with a link to residential care home premises fire safety booklet.
Booking a care home fire training course / nursing home fire training with us is so easy! Either call or email us with your preferred date. We ask for some information about your care home and also ask you to agree our terms. Once we have the information your care home fire training is booked!
We are an approved fire training centre and this course is accredited. We can add a live fire training session if you have a suitable outside space.
Each person on the course gets a certificate of attendance and also online training notes. (Individual certs for up to 20 persons or a group certificate is provided)
Online fire training available as single general and fire marshal course and also tailored and bespoke websites for your staff.
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.
You may place as many persons as you wish on the fire training session. It works best with about twenty persons on the course. This is because that is the maximum number we allow on a practical fire extinguisher session. It is also the best number when we carry out a fire drill for course attendees.
Yes we will include your plans on the course. We can also make suggestions about improvements to your evacuation plan if you wish.
No we will not include evacuation chair, slide sheet or transfer sling training in our standard course. We can include these items if you wish but an additional fee may apply.
Yes we can include the findings in the hazard spotting session. We may also be able to take photos of the faults and include them in the training too. Remember, we also carry out fire risk assessments, so can provide both services on the same day. We usually apply a discount for clients wanting both services.
Some fire training providers apply for accreditation for their courses. We are accredited by the Institute of Fire Safety for Managers (IFSM). Other organisations that approve courses are the IFE, BAFE and CIEH. The IFSM is a fire industry body that looks at all fire industry providers.
Since all of our courses are accredited we are also awarded “Approved fire centre” status. This means that we can make some small changes to our courses and still label them as accredited. Therefore we can add your plans if they are slightly different from the advice we give.
We will use water, foam, CO2 and wet chemical fire extinguishers on the course. Our team will clear away any evidence that we have carried out training on your site. We will also talk about fire blankets.
Yes. All workplaces need a fire emergency plan. This will include your fire evacuation plans. This will also include details of delayed, progressive horizontal and full evacuation methods. You will also need t include details of what staff should do when they hear the alarm. In addition, you may include maintenance of equipment, training and other issues. Contact us for a full list of information if you need it.
Fire safety procedures care homes are important here is a quick list of what you will need.
Our team can help you develop fire safety procedures care homes for your business. You could also consider other policies such as contractor and also hot work policies. Older buildings may wish to consider fire door surveys too!
Fire safety procedures care homes are often complex. In addition, numbers of staff, particularly at night, may mean different procedures for days and nights.
Your fire safety procedures care homes evacuation plans should include:
There is no requirement for qualified fire trainers. Our trainers have all worked for the fire service safety partnership and have carried out thousands of fire training programmes for staff. They have previously undertaken City and Guilds trainers to work as trainers in the fire service. In addition, some our trainers have Masters degrees in fire sciences.
If you need more information about our trainers, either call or email us now!
Frequent fire training in care homes is essential in case a fire breaks out in your care home. Having well trained staff will help persons at greater risk to be evacuated or moved away from danger. Our fire training in care homes includes types of fire, extinguishers, evacuation methods, stages of fire.
Fire training in care homes should be given to staff at least every year and in addition they must take part in regular fire drills.
Yes. When we provide fire training in care homes, we try to include a fire drill. If you have a large number of staff on the course, we may carry out two drills to make them more realistic.
For more details about fire training in care homes either call or email us now!