With modern education having so many constant demands, it can be a challenge to get the attention of academic and support staff to important issues such as fire safety. Yet with over 1000 school fires every year, financial losses running at over £80m, and tens of thousands of children’s education being disrupted by fires within schools and colleges, maintaining fire safety in educational establishments is an ongoing responsibility which cannot be ignored.
Through reference to fire case histories, statutory guidance, data analysis and acknowledged good practice, this theory only course will enable staff to recognise typical fire hazards and risks in the educational environment and their important role in keeping children safe from fire.
Who is this course for?
This course is aimed at all staff working in educational establishments, including school leaders, teachers, teaching assistants, administrative staff and those working in other supportive roles.
- Minimum age of 18
- Basic fire theory and the four main threats to life that fire presents
- The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and its application to educational establishments
- Identification of typical fire hazards and risks within the educational environment
- The role of staff in mitigating fire hazards and risk and keeping people of all ages safe
Assessment & certification
This course is not assessed. All delegates will receive a certificate of attendance.
2 hours – This course is presented at your facility.
£375.00 per course (within Devon & Somerset only) All other locations POA. All prices exclude VAT.