Fire Warden Training

Your fire wardens are a key part of your fire safety plan and have a number of important duties which will help keep your employees and customers safe from fire.

What is a Fire Warden?

A fire warden is a person that has been trained to foster a greater appreciation of Fire Awareness and Fire Safety Procedures in the work place and to enable the nominated Fire Warden to be efficient in their ongoing roles and to become more effective in emergency situations.

Why your company
needs a Fire Warden?

In the event of a fire, trained fire wardens are essential in minimising risk of serious injury or death. They will be trained in emergency procedures, safe evacuation and fire assembly.

Who provides the training?


All our instructors are fully qualified members of the Institute of Fire Engineers (IFE). All courses are certified and comply with The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and The Fire (Scotland) Act 2005 and the associated Fire Safety (Scotland) Regulations 2006

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What the course will cover

The course lasting 2/3 hours will cover the following points:

  • Fire legislation
  • The common causes of fire
  • The behaviour of fire
  • Fire prevention
  • What to do if a fire breaks out
  • How to use fire extinguishers
  • Emergency evacuation procedures
  • Safety features within buildings
  • How people react in fire situations
  • Your role in the event of a fire
  • Safe evacuation and fire assembly
  • The benefits of conducting the course at your place of work

    There are huge benefits of conducting the training in house, these are:

    • By far our biggest consideration when having an onsite visit, is your  local knowledge of the site and staff numbers (i.e. Fire exit points, Fire doors, Fire fighting equipment, Emergency routes/corridors assembly points etc.)
    • Having local knowledge of persons in remote areas or with physical or sensory disabilities
    • Concise knowledge of your emergency plan, fire safety policy and grab bag (and where they are kept)
    • General fire safety awareness amongst staff members
    • Ensuring a speedy and efficient safe evacuation of the area in an emergency
    • Enhance the management of fire safety procedures and policies
    • Familiarity of your environment


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    The cost for up to 12 people

    There are huge benefits of conducting the training in house these are:

    • Existing Fire wardens (refresher course) not being taken off site.
    • No extra hours away from work (i.e. a training centre visit is typically a day).
    • No travel costs.
    • Typical Training Centre Cost (£110 per Person)
    • Our onsite courses last only 2/3 hours.
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  • Providing protection and peace of mind

    Our membership to professional bodies provides you with peace of mind. The IFE provides professional recognition for members across a broad spectrum and has achieved recognition from a number of professional bodies including Ofqual.

    We’re proud to support the Fire Fighters Charity